We offer a wide variety of dog training classes including Puppy Kindergarten, Obedience, Competition Obedience, Agility, Rally-O, K9 Nose Work, Canine Good Citizen, and Tricks Classes.
Enrolling your dog in a class is easy! Once you selected a class, fill out our registration form. We will then send a confirmation email to the address listed on the form acknowledging your registration and payment.
The price for dog training classes varies depending on the class. You can find more information about it on our pricing page.
Your dog must have had their second set of shots.
Yes. We offer private lessons. Please contact our school via phone or email to find out more about our private dog training classes.
The length of training classes varies depending on the class you select and it ranges from 45 minutes to 1 hour.
We follow positive reinforcement dog training methods.
The number of dogs in class depends on the type of class.
It depends on the class. Please read descriptions of our classes to find out more information or call us.
Your dog will need to be evaluated before joining the class.
To start you will need a 6 foot leash, treat bad and some great treats.
Pet obedience is for bringing up a well trained puppy. Competition Obedience is for people that want to further their Obedience training and possibly compete.
K9 nose work is a fun activity that involves teaching dogs to use their natural scenting abilities to search for hidden objects. The activity builds confidence in dogs and provides mental stimulation and exercise.
To train your dog to be a Canine Good Citizen, you should start with basic obedience training, such as “sit,” “stay,” and “come.” You’ll also need to work on your dog’s socialization skills, teach them to be well-behaved in public places, and practice obedience skills in real-world situations. A certified Canine Good Citizen trainer can help guide you through the process and prepare you and your dog for the certification test.
Rally-O, also known as Rally-Obedience, is a dog sport that combines elements of traditional obedience with a course of designated stations that require certain skills to be performed at each one. Unlike traditional obedience classes that are judged based on a set routine, Rally-O courses are designed to be more fun and challenging for both the dog and the handler.
Talk to one of our team members.
We do not offer refunds after class has started.
Your trainer will let you know.
Small soft treats.
Yes, not not with your dog.