Our specialty classes help with common canine issues such as shyness, meeting other dogs on leash or anxiety when left at home alone.
Sometimes dogs can’t enjoy routine activities because of anxieties. This class teaches you games that you and your dog can practice at home, and in other safe environments, to build confidence. You may attend the class with or without your dog. Note: this is not behavior modification for specific fears.
Doggy Freestyle is a blast! Training a dog to sit, down, stay and heel is fantastic, but imagine training those skills to music. You will likely see your dog's eyes sparkle, feet step faster and tail wag higher. Learn to dance with your dog!
Take what you’ve learned in Doggy Freestyle Class to the next level! Perfect and polish “fancy” moves and “flashy” tricks and incorporate both into your Freestyle repertoire.
For newly adopted dogs as well as for dogs that display boredom behaviors or exhibit stress when their owners leave the room or walk out the door. The class helps owners train Fido that being home alone is a good thing by establishing a healthy alone-time routine.
If your dog is reactive or fearful, you need to be able to shift its attention to you. This course teaches you how to use focus commands in various situations.
Does your dog walk you instead of the other way around? Try our Loose Leash Walking and Heeling Class!
This short course helps handlers learn how to train and proof behaviors that enable dogs to behave politely in a multi-use, open space areas. The first class is an orientation for guardians only – no dogs please.
This course teaches handlers how to manage and treat dogs that are aggressive to other dogs while on-leash. It is not appropriate for dogs who only exhibit aggression toward other dogs while off-leash or who exhibit aggression toward people.
Advanced Reactive Rover continues creating relaxed, focused dogs in the face of their triggers. While working in a demanding environment, skills are reinforced through challenging, fun exercises.