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Private & Group Training

Private classes concentrate on your goals and your dog's behavior, therefore bringing faster results. After you have learned our techniques, you can practice on your own or in our group classes and FREE events.

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Family K9 Communications

Communicate to your dog about living in your human environment.

3 Private 45 minute Lessons

Walking - Eating -Sleeping

Potty Training - No Barking

No Jumping on people

Stay/Boundaries

Furniture Manners

Door Manners

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Master The Walk

Make Your Daily Walk Enjoyable

Learn to walk your  dog in 60 minutes with a Certified Trainer.

Do's and Don'ts of the Walk

Loose Leash Training/No Pulling

Distraction Handling

Meeting Friendly Strangers

One Session Guaranteed to show results or take it again FREE!

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Life Skills

Single lessons concentrating on the most important behaviors to you and your dog.

  • Loose Leash Walking

  • Crate Training

  • Basic Obedience

  • Eating Manners

  • Greetings

Basic Obedience

Any dog, any size, any breed, any problems, we can help!

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Canine Good Citizen

The American Kennel Club’s Canine Good Citizen test (CGC) is a certification program that evaluates dogs in simulated everyday situations in a relaxed, noncompetitive atmosphere. Dogs that pass the CGC test are considered reliable family and community members and will receive a certificate from the American Kennel Club.

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Puppy Star

Puppy S.T.A.R. training is  similar to the Canine Good Citizen Test, but reserved for puppies, to evaluate and reward accomplished puppy training.

S.T.A.R. stands for Socialization, Training, Activity, Responsibility.

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Feisty Fido

This class is designed for dogs that bark, snarl, lunge, or growl at other dogs while on leash. You will learn important defensive walking skills to prevent your dog's reaction, how to anticipate when your dog will react, and how to interrupt and calm a reaction.

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