Adult Group Classes

All of our adult classes are geared towards dogs and puppies 6 months and older.  These group classes are NOT made for dogs that lung, bark or growl at other dogs.  Please inquire about private training for that.

  • Beginner Adult (6 week program) $130
    • This class is perfect for dogs with little to no training or newly adopted dogs.  We teach new skills each week to give your dog a strong start to obedience.
    • This class covers the following skills:
      • Come
      • Sit
      • Down
      • Stay
      • Leave it
      • Wait at doors, for food and for leashing
      • Loose leash walking
  • Intermediate Adult (6 week program) $130
    • This class is for dogs that have had some training and already know sit, down and stay.  This class adds in real world distractions and sets your dog up for going public places with you.
      • come, away from distractions
      • Stay with distractions
      • Look (eye contact on cue)
      • Place (go to your bed)
      • Heel position
      • Touch (target nose to hand)
      • Back up
  • Advanced Adult (6 week program) $130
    • Your dog will need to have taken our intermediate adult or you need to come in for a 15 minute assessment to enroll in this class.
    • This class teaches your dog to be off-leash, it covers heeling around other dogs, and leaving things under heavy distractions.

Up coming classes!

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Adult dog classes,
Aug 29th at 330 obedience course week 1 runs for 6 weeks long, covers loose leash walking, heel, leave it, focus under distraction, stay, back and come.
Aug 31st 11 am training self control
Sept 3rd at 4pm Loose leash walking training
Sept 11th at 4pm wait at doors, focus and leave it
Sept 17th at 4 pm teaching dogs not to jump and building dog’s focus on handler.
Sept 28th at 1130 am loose leash walking and building focus 2
Aug 24th at 11 am training a distraction proof come (no prerequisite)
Aug 17th at 10 am (Obedience drop in dogs must know come, sit, down and stay (at least a little bit).