Getting Ready to make the most of the Dog Park

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There are loads of great dog parks in the area. Are you and your dog ready to take full advantage of them?  In this class,  we break the dog park experience into easier increments, from getting in and out of the car, to exploring novel areas and ignoring other dogs. Learn how to most safely prepare for and use dog friendly public spaces as training opportunities and practice behaviors that motivate dogs to respond to you, even  around big distractions! Learn how to use freedom to reinforce great obedience behaviors.

Fridays and Monday evenings beginning May.  6 pm.   Dog Park Prep Wear rain boots (for potentially wet fields), mosquito repellent, practical clothing. Bring a head halter(we can spend time training that if you haven’t already), or comfy harness, a flat collar,  and a 6 foot flat leash, two identical toys and a bag of soft chopped treats. I recommend  the walk n train head halter. To register, send a check to contact us through the form below

Monday mornings  beginning May. 9 am. Canine Personality Games! The better you know your dog, the faster your dog will learn. Is your dog wearing his heart on his sleeve, or is he kinda “coy?” How does your dog respond to the environment, and how can you harness his natural responses to your advantage?  This class is divided into observation periods, and training (experiments) games. Plan to take pictures and video and make cute memories!   Register below.





Flextime Registration (3 group class visits)

Three group classes. Dates and times to be confirmed in your registration. Bad weather? No penalty for canceling and rescheduling with 24 hours notice.




Registration Special

5 group class visits, or 1 private 90 minute lesson. Can't make a class? No penalty for re-scheduling with at least 24 hours notice.