We offer a variety of classes designed to help you and your pet build a stronger bond. Classes will be held inside and outside depending on weather. Our inside area has rubber flooring. Proof of Rabies is required for all dogs attending classes.
Although classes are set up to manage multiple people and dogs, we believe quality over quantity is most important in training. Because of this, space is limited in all of our classes. Homework will be given to students during the course of your classes.
We also offer behavior consultations and private lessions.
A 50% none refundable deposit is required to hold your class spot.
During the year we try to run seminars for you and your dog (Barn hunt, nose work, treibball).
Check our Home Page for upcoming classes and events. Or call us to set up one of our appointment only classes.
Canine Manners – for dogs of all ages. Group classes – 6 week course offered once each week. Basic manners for your family pet: come, sit, down, wait, leave it, off, quiet, walk nicely on leash.
Puppy PreK I & II – Puppy I for puppies up to 4 months/Puppy II continuation from Puppy I. Group classes – 12 week course offered once each week, split into two 6 week classes back to back with a two week break. Exposes your puppy to new experiences and gets them started with basic commands off leash.
Adolescents – for puppies 5-9 months. Group classes – 6 week course offered once each week. Exposes your puppy to new experiences and basic manners.
Basic Obedience & Advanced Obedience – for dogs of all ages. Group classes – 6 week course offered once each week. Obedience is a great opportunity for you and your dog to work as a highly tuned team: sit, down, come, stay, heel and stand.
– for dogs with some basic obedience. Group classes – 6 week courses offered once each week.
– for dogs of all ages. Group classes – 6 week courses offered once each week. Graduation will include an AKC ACT Test
Private lessons & Behavior Consultations – for dogs of all ages. By appointment
Puppy HeadStart Program – Just got a new puppy – What now? By appointment – 90 minute informational class with your family to talk about responsible puppy care and how to raise a well balanced puppy. House training, chewing/biting, crate training, basic manners, choosing the right food, etc
HeadStart Program – Just brought your new dog home – what now? By appointment – 90 minute informational class with your family to talk about responsible dog care and how to welcome your new dog. Crate training, basic manners, choosing the right food, changing your dog’s name, settling into the family, honeymoon period for rescue dogs, etc.
Understanding Canine Body Language/Dog Park Safety By appointment – 90 minute informational class to help you understand basic canine body language that can help keep your dog safe. Better understand how dogs talk to each other and keep yourself and your dog safe when out on the town, at the dog park or even at a friend’s house.
Pet Tech Pet First Aid and CPR for dogs and cats. Our PetSaver™ Program is an eight hour course that will cover a number of valuable first aid skills and information to help keep their pets happy and healthy. Additionally, the class includes our PetSaver™ handbook, and upon successful completion each participant will receive a certificate.
Honor Blume AKC CGC Evaluator
Tish Thorpe AKC CGC Evaluator
Wayne Hotaling AKC CGC Evaluator
Kathleen Segrin AKC CGC Evaluator
Honor Blume Pet Tech Instructor
Tish Thorpe AKC Agility Course Test (ACT) Evaluator