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This is a great class for anyone who wants to have a well behaved dog in public. This class includes, walks down town, restaurant patios, congested area and stores. 8 students per class
Private Lessons - 1 hour for $80. Purchase 3 for $200 and save $40.
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Please note: If you choose to sign up for a private lesson or a 3 session private lesson, your purchase is non refundable. If you can not make it to your scheduled class session we can not re-book it or change your lesson time/date without another private session charge. Once you purchase a date and time we will no longer offer that session to be purchased by others. Make sure you are available on all of the dates that you select. There are no substitutions to the dates/times given in each session.
Conformation showing in AKC - $20 an hour. More than one dog can be worked by the same handler at different times during the hour class. Only 5 dogs will be allowed in this class. Once you choose your date you can not change, cancel or reschedule the date. There are no refunds so make sure the dates you choose are dates that you will attend.
Therapy Dog Training
Information Night -$25 this is not a class but and informational night about Therapy Dog training. Find out if your dog qualifies and how much training you will need to do.
Wag It Novice - Hodge Podge
Wag It Games
No Need for Speed Obstacle Modules
Dogs love learning new interactive behaviors! These Wag It modules offer fun, challenge and teamwork for dogs and humans who enjoy working and playing together. Modules will cover obstacles found in the Novice Division of Wag It.
All modules will include Hoop and Mat exercises, starting with one and then progressing to more advanced patterns of multiple Hoops/Matts for those who may sign up for several modules.
Visit wagitgames.com for detailed descriptions of No Need for Speed Obstacles.
Class size will be kept small 4 students.
Bring LOTS of training treats and consider giving your dog only a very small breakfast since you’ll be offering ample food rewards during class.
Fascinating fact: Dogs have a sense of smell that’s between 10,000 and 100,000 times more acute than ours! The sport of Scent Work celebrates the joy of sniffing, and asks a dog to sniff to their heart’s content; turning your dog’s favorite activity into a rewarding game. It is a terrific sport for all kinds of dogs, and is a wonderful way to build confidence in a shy dog.
In so many dog sports the handler is in control but this isn’t true in Scent Work. Neither the dog nor handler knows where the target odor is hidden. The handler has to rely on the dog, and follow the dog’s nose to success. In Scent Work, it is the canine who is the star of the show.
The sport of Scent Work is based on the work of professional detection dogs (such as drug dogs), employed by humans to detect a wide variety of scents and substances. In AKC Scent Work, dogs search for cotton swabs saturated with the essential oils of Birch, Anise, Clove, and Cypress. The cotton swabs are hidden out of sight in a pre-determined search area, and the dog has to find them. Teamwork is necessary: when the dog finds the scent, he has to communicate the find to the handler, who calls it out to the judge.
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