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Special Interest Classes

Reactive Dog Class
Nose Work Games
Fido Fun and Games
Additional Special Classes
Private Lessons/Consultations

Obedience / Manners Classes

Focus Foundation
Additional Obedience Classes

Puppy Classes

Ideal Puppy Training & Socialization
Super Puppy
Puppy Agility Fun!
Puppy Agility 2
Puppy Agility 3
Additional Puppy Classes

Agility Classes
(see also Puppy Agility above)


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Older Puppy Play & Learn

Older Puppy Play & Learn

No class at this time. Please let us know if you are interested.

Continuing Class:
Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 9:30 a.m.
(Ends June 29th. No class 5/25 and 6/8.)

This class is for puppies from 5 to 9 months of age who are very dog-friendly.

Why is Playtime Serious Business?

It is important to allow your puppy plenty of time to play and to interact with other puppies and dogs. Socialization training is vital to making your puppy a good canine citizen and teaches your pup to not be fearful around other dogs. A properly socialized dog learns how to play properly with other dogs, and overly aggressive play is corrected by the other puppies in the play group so the each puppy learns appropriate play and bite inhibition.

Early and adequate socialization and programs of positive training can go a long way to preventing behavior problems and improving bonding between you and your dog. While the first three months is the most important socialization period in a puppy’s life, owners of puppies that have passed this milestone are strongly encouraged to continue to socialize their puppies to as many people, pets, and locations as is practical.

Is it All Just Fun and Games?

While play is important and puppies are learning while playing, we will frequently interrupt play to work on attention, focus and some basic obedience skills. It's important that your puppy learns that play is a reward for paying attention and listening to you. Also, puppy play is healthier when it is frequently interrupted to allow your pup the time to take a break, chill out and learn to settle down. This also helps teach impulse control, a handy skill for your young one to know!

: Robin Billings

Course fee :

-$130 for 6 sessions. You must register in advance.

-$25 per session if you choose to pay-as-you-go (as long as there is room in class).




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