Real Practice in the Real World
“He doesn’t listen when other dogs are around!”
“I wish he wouldn’t jump all over our friends!”
Let us help make your dog the best he can be with real life practice. With classes in real life locations you can make sure you are getting the most out of our time together.
Our 3 week classes are perfect for busy families who can’t commit to longer classes.
Nail Trimming 101
Just imagine, no wresting the dog to trim their nails.
You get a handful of cookies and are confident that in just a few minutes, another chore will be off your plate.
It can happen!
With this virtual workshop we can walk you through the step by step process. We start at the very beginning and walk you all the way through a successful nail trim.
Lectures will be released once a week so you can work at your own pace, and one of our Elite Team will be standing by to answer any questions that might come up.
Because this is a virtual workshop, you have access to the material as long as you need it. Working at your dogs pace is encouraged.
Our trainer will be available for 2 weeks after the last lecture is released to help you along the way.
Can you imagine a life where you don’t have to plan trips to the vet or groomer every two weeks, or worry about medicating your dog everytime you have to trim their nails?
If this is the world you want to live in, sign up today!
Starts May 15th
Recalls on the Beach
Learn how to have your dog rush back to you no matter what distractions are around! Give your pup more freedom knowing they will come back to you.
This class is ONLY offered in April and September
- Learn how your body language affects your dog
- Learn the power of an “emergency word”
- Work with the everyday distractions that can be found on the beach
Starts September 10
Paws and Pints
Work on skills needed to take your pup anywhere and not have to stress about how they will behave. We practice how to chill in a crowd, leash walking so you don’t spill a drink, polite greetings, and safety tips to keep you prepared!
- Teach your dog to settle with distractions
- Learn how to “read” dogs to keep everyone safe
- Work on advanced leash walking to keep drinks from being spilled
- Practice polite people and dog greetings