In this 6 week session, we work with you and help your dog learn basic manners and commands. Done in a fun environment for both you and your dog.
For this 6 week class, all puppies must be at least nine weeks old, and no more than five months. We will begin working on the basic obedience commands and walking on a leash. This is a great start to having a great older dog.
Prerequisite for this six week session is Beginner Obedience or instructor approval. We will take what was covered in the Beginner session and work on adding distractions and how to deal with stress. We will also introduce several new commands to keep things fun.
This is an introduction to competition obedience. Each team will work on skills needed to be successful in the ring, and advanced handling. Goals for each team will be set by the trainer to ensure success.
Beyond Beginners 2
This is an advanced competition obedience class. This class is geared toward those teams working on Open, Utility, and higher exercises.
Kids With Their Dog Beginner Obedience
Does your youngster want to do the training? This six week class is for them! We will help your child take the lead in teaching their dog the cues in a kid-friendly atmosphere. Both the parent and the child will be learning side by side to set everyone up in the household for success.
This six week session is for those people who are interested in having their dog become a therapy dog.
Does your dog think saying hello means jumping up? Do you have an energy bundle on your hands? Or a small dog jumping bean? After this class, four-paws-on-the-floor will be all the rave. Tired of your dog jumping on you? On the counter? On other people? Then sign up for our Stop Jumping micro class to learn some techniques that will help you deter and/or eliminate your dog’s undesirable jumping habits. This is a 30 minute four week class.
It’s time to stroll pleasantly with your dog—say goodbye to sore shoulders and embarrassing sled-dog moments. If you would like to put the “pleasure” back into your walks with your dog, then attend our Loose-Leash Walking micro class, where you will learn what you need to do to put an end to pulling once and for all. This is a 30-minute class that meets for four weeks.
Come When Called
Need a little more help having your dog come to you when you call them? This is the class for you. This is a 30 minute/four week class that will focus only on games and strategies to help your dog come when called.
Introductory Agility Session
This is a prerequisite to new agility handlers. This 30 minute session will cover the jumping basics so that you will then be able to move into the Intro to Agility Class.
Introduction to Agility
You must schedule an Introductory Agility Session before joining this class, of have the approval of the trainer.
This is a six week session and is for dogs that are six months or older. We will introduce the mechanics of jumping and the skills they need to learn to have fun in agility.
Prerequisite for this class is the completion of Beginner Agility or instructor approval. This six week session will continue to develop handling skills and increased distraction while working your dog on the agility course.
Open Agility Time is a great opportunity to train and practice in a relaxed, friendly environment. This is open practice--no instruction is provided. A different course will be offered each week to challenge novice through advanced handlers and dogs. Run the course or work on just the section or equipment you need more work on--it's up to you. All dogs should have some experience with agility equipment.
This fun session is like an obstacle course for your dog. In this six week session, we will work on preparing your dog for a Rally Course. Your dog must have a working knowledge of sit, stay, down, heel and come.
We will set up an advanced level rally course and direct you through the different stations you may encounter on a course. Prerequisite would be the Novice Rally or instructor's approval.
Open Rally Run-Thru
There will be Rally-Obedience courses set up. One will be a Novice level and the next will be more advanced. This is a great opportunity to train and practice in a relaxed, friendly environment. This is open practice--no instruction is provided. A different course will be offered each week to challenge novice through advanced handlers and dogs. Run the course or work on just the section or skills you need more work on--it's up to you.
This is a new, all-inclusive titling event for you and your dog. The best part - any dog or handler can do it - NO restrictions! The event is only timed for placements so no time disqualifications and the first level is on leash. We don't care how long it takes your team to finish, we want you and your dog to have FUN!!!!! Accommodations can be made for you or your dog. And if you really like to compete - get ready to get your rodeo on! This will be a unique experience for you and your dog! Beginner Obedience is a prerequisite.
Rodeo Dog Run-Thru's
There will be Rodeo Dog courses set up.This is a great opportunity to train and practice in a relaxed, friendly environment. This is open practice--no instruction is provided. Different games will be offered each week. Run the course or work on just the section or skills you need more work on--it's up to you.
Nose Work 1
Learn the advanced skills of Nosework including distractions, inaccessible hides, and elevation. Emphasis will be on handling and generalizing key skills in preparation for Nose Work 2. Classes will include off-site locations.
Nose Work 2
Get ready for the ins and outs of NW3. Students will learn how to clear search areas with unknown number of hides. Skills will include converging odor, inaccessible hides and elevation. Classes will include off site locations.
Nose Work 3
This is the final class in the nose work series. Classes will include off-site locations.
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