DUE TO COVID-19 WE'RE UNABLE TO CONDUCT IN-HOME SESSIONS AT THIS TIME.
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Complete the reservation section to attend our next Orientation.
This section is found on our web page for Current Classes.
Yes, if you're a new student to our school, you need to attend an Orientation.
Please leave your dog at home.
Please bring a copy of your dog's veterinary vaccinations. (If your dog is recently adopted, they should receive a health check from your veterinarian.)
Please download and complete a registration form for your selected class. (The Forms & Policy page is in the Class Info Menu dropdown selections.)
Please bring your payment (cash, check or credit card).
You can call or text, but the BEST way to contact us is via email, since we are working when most people are off.
Please understand that we're not available 24 hours a day or 7 days a week. We will contact you within a reasonable timeframe.
Until further notice, YES.
We recommend a properly fitted martingale type collar, or a properly fitted buckle collar, and a 4 foot leash.
Additional requirements will be discussed at our new student orientation.
Metal choke collars, prong collars, e-collars (shock), and retractable leashes are NOT permitted under any circumstances.
Yes. School age children may attend class with you, as long as your children stay with you while you work with your dog or puppy.
Children under the age of 18 years must attend with a parent or guardian.
We abide by the one dog per family rule.
However if you have additional adults who are available to bring additional family dogs, you may enroll in the same class, although it is beneficial for the family dogs to attend separate classes.
Depending on the number of students, classes last up to one hour long. Small classes with fewer students may be less than one hour.
Classes are 4 weeks or 6 week sessions.
EMERGENCY CLOSURES and EMERGENCY CHANGES will be posted to Facebook.
Otherwise, if you have already registered for a class, you'll be notified via email.
All other updates to calendars, classes and times will be posted to the website.
If used properly, YES.
We believe the only humane "punishment" is removal of something the dog wants (attention, food, toys, etc.).
We do not condone physical punishment, especially when training naïve or green dogs.