When is payment due for group classes and in-home sessions?
Group Class: Payment is due prior to the first day of class and must be received via the online registration to reserve your spot.
Private In-Home Sessions: Payment is due in full at the time of the first session; cash or check accepted.
Can my family come to group class with me?
Can I register more than one dog in group class?
Yes, but each dog will need its own individual handler, so it would be impossible for you to work with two dogs in the same class. To address this issue, we suggest that you enroll the youngest or easiest dog to work with. This way you'll be able to learn the lessons taught and then apply what you've learned to the dogs at home.
What equipment do I need to bring to group class? What equipment do I need for private in-home sessions?
Group Class: You will need bring: a 6 ft leash, flat buckle collar/martingale collar or harness/no-pull harness, high value treats and a treat bag. Clickers are optional in group classes, but highly recommended.
Private In-Home Sessions: Private sessions are personalized to each individual dog and owner, so equipment needed will vary from home to home. We will discuss what is needed at the time of consultation.
Where are group classes held?
The group class I am interested in is full. Can I still register?
Do your group classes or private in-home sessions have any breed or age restrictions?
What vaccinations does my dog need to attend group classes or private in-home sessions?
Group Class: Adult dogs will need to be current on their Rabies Vaccination and puppies will need to have or be completing their full series of shots.
Private In-Home Sessions: Adult dogs will need to be current on their Rabies Vaccination.
Do you offer Board & Train Services?
Sorry, but we do not offer board and train services. The
closest we have is our day training service; we personally work with a dog
twice a week in their home and give you homework to help maintain their
behavior till the following sessions. This is a popular option among working households and busy families. You can learn more here.