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Group Classes

Enrolling in a group class is a fun way to learn together, get your dog socialized, and work through distractions! We keep our classes small; this way we can help students individually as needed. Most of our classes run for six weeks. We offer multiple classes that cover several topics. Group classes take a lot of dedication in the classroom and at home. We provide support and techniques to help you in a group setting to help reach your goals. We also provide assistance inbetween classes via phone or zoom. We go above and beyond to see our students succeed. Our class environment is held outdoors, so there may be a time we will have to reschedule due to weather. Dress appropriately for the weather. 


Basic Obedience                            $200

This class is best for dogs of all ages. We will cover the fundamental commands, teach a focus command, distraction training, and good manners. On the last week of class all students will take a test. This class will run for 6 weeks for approximately 1 hour. Students will receive weekly homework and will be expected to practice daily. 


​Behaviors taught

  • heel

  • sit

  • down 

  • look 

  • stay at 10 ft

  • come at 10ft

  • leave it

  • polite greetings

  • walking past other dogs politely 

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  • Difference between luring, rewarding, and bribing

  • Prong collars

  • Socialization 

  • Adolescent stage 

  • Training in new environments

  • Maintenance training importance


AKC Canine Good Citizen 

This is our intermediate class. Students must have completed our basic obedience class before enrolling. This class will run for 6 weeks for approximately 1 hour. Students will receive weekly homework and will be expected to practice daily. This class is often required for service dogs, therapy dogs, and even some home insurance companies! 

CGC Test Items

  • Accepting a friendly stranger

  • Sitting politely for petting

  • Appearance and grooming

  • Out for a walk (walking on a loose lead)

  • Walking through a crowd

  • Sit and down on cue and stay in place

  • Coming when called

  • Reaction to another dog

  • Reaction to Distractions

  • Supervised separation 

Other Behaviors Taught

  • Place

  • Finish

  • Position changes at a distance

What to Bring to Class

What you need to bring on the first day of class

I will need your paperwork, dog's vaccination records, and payment. I accept cash, check, Venmo, or PayPal.

What you need bring to every class

A 6ft straight leash (no retractables), collar, training treats (LOTS), and a treat pouch. 

If your dog is aggressive towards people and other animals you will be asked to leave. No refund will be given. 

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