Group Classes for January & February 2017

Group Class Schedule – Beginning January 2017

Tuesdays:

10am – Puppy Class (beginning January 10th – 6 week class)
11am – Level 1 Class
6pm – Level 1 Class
7pm – Level 2 Class
8pm – Agility for Fun

Thursdays:

10am – Level 2 Class
11am – Level 3 Class
6pm – Level 3 Class
7pm – Level 4 Class
8pm – […]

Front Door Etiquette

Since dogs learn that when the doorbell rings, and they run around barking, squealing, growling, and jumping off the walls, they will be rewarded with visitors to jump on, it is important to teach your dog the behavior you want him to do rather than what NOT to do. I highly recommend training a […]

The Importance Of Socialization

Socialization is important to the overall well-being of your dog because it will provide him with the ability to develop skills to cope with new experiences in a positive way, therefore reducing your dog’s stress.

What is Socialization?

Socialization is the process of exposing dogs to new environments and situations. It helps them to feel more […]

Real Life Training

One of the mistakes we often make with our dogs is thinking that dogs see training classes in the same way that we often see being in school—in other words, that learning is reserved for the classroom! In truth, dogs (and people) are constantly learning every second of every day. To have a truly […]

Introducing A New Dog To A Resident Dog

Dogs are social creatures that enjoy human companionship. Many dogs also enjoy the companionship of another dog. Bringing home a new dog to be a companion to your existing dog can be a lot of fun. Careful work and planning need to be done to ensure a positive relationship builds from the beginning.

If you […]

Checklist For Your New Dog

When you bring a new dog into your home, you might be a little overwhelmed. Thus, here is a checklist of things to consider for the new addition to your home.

What You Need:

Crate: Buy a size-appropriate crate for use in potty training and providing down time for your dog. Dogs are den animals, so […]

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Lifetime Support – No Additional Costs!

We know you will have years of happiness with your dog after training with us. Because we know this, we offer lifetime support to all of our clients at absolutely no extra charge! We encourage all of our clients to keep in touch and never hesitate to contact us regarding behavior questions or just […]

When Your Dog Won’t Listen

Does your dog listen sometimes and other times act like he has no idea what you’re asking him to do? Many people find that their dog either listens well in class or at home, but doesn’t listen well in other environments. They’re embarrassed by their dogs behavior in front of company, especially if they’ve […]

Can I Train My Dog Just Like They Do On TV?

Reality TV versus Real Life

Have you seen the program “The Biggest Loser”? This is a reality TV program where overweight people vie to lose the most weight and win huge cash prizes. Week after week, the program depicts the competitors running, lifting, sweating, climbing and pushing away from the dinner table, with each episode […]

When To Start Puppy Training

People often ask me at what age they should start puppy training. The answer is immediately! Training of your puppy – the stuff you teach them at home – should start the DAY you bring your puppy home! This does not mean training needs to be intensive right away. Training at this stage should […]