Basic Dog Obedience Classes
Begin with a Common
Sense Approach to Dog
We combine old fashioned
common sense with today's more progressive positive motivational
training techniques. Our
Basic dog obedience course provides you with the instruction to
train and control your dog. We teach what we consider the
minimum requirements for any dog to be a Canine
Good Citizen. Through a logical class progression, you
will train your dog to sit on command, stand, lie down, stay where
left, come when called, and heel at your side on a loose leash.
Other subjects include how to stop your dog from
running through an open door or teach your dog not to jump on
people. We also address territorialism, problem barking and common
stealing. We include simple ways to stop the nipping and
biting, solve your hole digging problems, and will address your
specific issues willingly.
In addition to the traditional group lessons, we
provide individual guidance in each class to show you how to GENTLY,
but effectively, perform each training technique. Well behaved
children are welcome in class, and ALL family members are encouraged
to attend our sessions along with the primary handler.
The Goal? A dog who reliably, willingly and
happily responds to your family.
Basic Dog Obediene is offered in these formats: Basic
Dog Obedience is
offered on throughout the week. Classes are 1 hour per week for six consecutive
weeks. We feature a logical class progression that uses a
step-by-step approach to train your dog. We ensure that you
understand the training technique to be used and the progress you
should expect from your dog! Cost: $120.00
per 6 week Session
Track" Basic is a class for owners whose schedules don't accommodate the traditional format. The class has the same content as our traditional Basic Dog Obedience but is taught in three 2-hour lessons on three consecutive weeks. This is a fun, active
class designed for busy families.
per 3 week session
We can assist any dog owner in the assesment of their dog's
temperament and physical abilities relative to pet and competition
obedience training -free of charge- prior to any decisions about
class enrollment. Prospective students may even observe
classes in session at no charge. We also offer information on
breed and age considerations (purebred or mixed, puppy or adult) for
prospective dog owners.
Call Dana Babb at 425-577-4324