Focus on obedience including wait at doors/gates, sit to greet a human, heel, loose leash walking, lie down, off, drop-it, coming when called from distractions, and leave-it. Behavior problems addressed and written homework provided. Note: This class is open for dogs over 5 months.
A plethora of fun awaits you as you participate in 2 weeks of agility, 1 week of flyball, 1 week of freestyle, 1 week of rally obedience and 1 week of disc.
This class will focus on socialization, preventing aggression, and preventing behavior problems. Pups are turned loose to play in a safe, structured environment. Behaviors taught include crate training, sit, lie down, loose leash walking, wait, coming when called, and drop what's in your mouth. Note: This class is open to puppies 8 to 18 w...
Continue your pups education and socialization. Obedience includes go to your mat/place, sit, lie down, introductory heeling, wait at the door, coming when called, and impulse control. Pups are turned loose to play. Distractions are added systematically so that your pup can succeed. Note: This class is open to puppies 18 weeks to 8 months.
This class teaches them what to scent for and teached you how to read your dog's body language as it searches. You will be amazed as your learns to find specific scents, in a box, a room, and eventually outside. Your dog already knows how to use its nose.
This class is for the dog with some agility and foundation training. Weave poles may be closed or open and dog should be comfortable with a least half height A-Frame and Dog Walk.
This class will prepare you for fun competitions where you and your dog can earn an obedience title. Follow the signs as they direct you from start to finish. Learn some challenging obedience moves along the way. Note: This class is open to dogs that are proficient in Basic 1 obedience.
Tuesday Apr 11th, 6:45pm
This class will focus on improving handler and dog performance. This class is for the somewhat experienced dog and handler. Your dog should be comfortable with full height equipment. Weave poles may be open or closed. The handler should have some prior knowledge of handling techniques including front and rear crosses.
For dogs over 5 months. Focus on obedience including wait at doors/gates, sit to greet a human, heel, loose leash walking, lie down, off, drop-it, coming when called from distractions and leave-it. Behavior problems addressed and written homework provided.
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This class is for experienced dogs and handlers. Current students are trialing in beginner and advanced competitions.
Agility training is a blast! If your dog likes to run, jump and climb, then agility training is right up your alley. Agility training is an “obstacle course” for your dog. Learning how to complete the courses in the fastest time is a workout for your dog’s mind and body. You and your dog will learn how to work together as a team and have fun...
Dogs that have had previous training. Focus on heeling, adding distractions, finish and stays with distance. AKC Canine Good Citizen components are introduced and practiced.
This class will introduce your dog to the flyball box, passing, retrieving, and recalls. This is a great class for dogs that need to burn off some extra energy. Watch your dog as it learns to run down a lane of 4 jumps, retrieve a tennis ball, and return back to you.
This class will teach your dog to safely move through the agility obstacles in a manner in which they can succeed. Introduce your dog to this exciting sport. You will begin learning the foundation for training an agility dog. Prerequisite: Dog should have completed at least 6 weeks of group obedience training prior to enrollment or Obedience/Agility....
Sunday Mar 26th, 11:30am
Taking your dog for a few hours of fun at doggie park or doggie beach starts out with good intentions. Unfortunately, it could result in you or your dog getting injured. For all it's benefits, taking your dog to these public dog area's can also be somewhat of a risky experience. The fact of the matter is that there are many dogs that should not be...