Group series: 6 weekly 50-minute classes.
In person group classes available early spring to late fall.
Take the "How do I stop my dog from . . . . jumping out of your conversation and teach them how to live with you. We also cover the basics of positions, leash manners, happily come when called and more. Relationship based puppy training for the pet dog and future competetive dog. This is about a great cooperative partnership!
Dog training is a conversation, agility gives us a lot to talk about! This sport builds powerful partnerships and offers good exercise for 2 & 4 leggeds. In person group classes offered early spring to late fall.
Some pups and dogs have more challenging issues that need to be worked on individually. A custom series of 3 or 5 sessions will give you the skills to vastly improve your relationship Having a training and management plan in place helps both ends of the leash feel more confident.
Dogs that are struggling are giving us information. Lets help them to be successful in life and build confidence!
The well mannered dog and puppy is a joy to be around. Sometimes your schedule does not fit our normal class schedule or your pup isn't ready to learn in a group setting. Private sessions are available.
Private sessions currently available.
Various topics to set you and your dog up for success!
Build a strong RECALL cue.
Polish Loose Leash Walking.
Calm the Storm - reduce leash reactivity.
Play as a Reward - when food just doesn't work.
A dog sport based on obedience. The dog and handler move around a course of designated stations and perform each of 10 - 20 tests. Handlers are allowed to encourage their dogs. There are a number of sanctioning bodies and titles to be earned. The training is fun for it's own sake but can be used to develop teamwork and confidence for other sports.
NO RALLY SESSIONS CURRENTLY OFFERED.
Walking in the Wild will make their eyes pop! in excitement - off leash, full tilt, muddy, out of breath and happy. We have 155 acres with trails to explore with our dogs.
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