"Properly trained, a man can be a dog's best friend." ~ Corey Ford
We understand that your life is busy and complicated enough. We want dog time to be fun and easy. We strongly believe in keeping it simple when it comes to life with a dog. Our multi -service training facility is here to help you achieve that simplicity.
Advanced registration is suggested for most classes. Check out the calendar tab for times and start dates. Just give us a call or send us an email (you can use any of the contact links on any page) and we will supply you with everything you need to know before coming to class. But just in case you want to pop in at the last minute, we always need a copy of your dogs shot records, a regular 5' or 6' leash (no retractables please) and we suggest you wear comfortable shoes. Your dog suggests you bring some soft and yummy training treats as well!
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Train your furry friend in our relaxed atmosphere!
Our policy is to cater to your individual needs, so we allow the use of whatever training collars you prefer to use, other than electrical collars, in our classes. We are happy to offer advice and information on different collars and how they should be used. Regardless of what type of collar or training aid you use, we want to be sure you are using them correctly and safely.
CONTINUOUS VS. SESSION CLASSES
Classes described as "sessions" have been designed to run for a determined number of weeks. Skills and behaviors follow a curriculum and build on each other from week to week. At the end of the session, you are ready to move on to the next level. There may be a short break between one session ending and a new one beginning.
Continuous classes are held every week and are designed to allow anyone to start at any time. The same skills and behaviors are taught week to week, so dogs and handlers will be working on different levels. While there may be some overlap and review for those just joining, the curriculum has been designed to keep all levels challenged until they are ready to move on. Trust us; there is more than one way to sit and down your dog!