Our classes are mostly held weekdays at 11:30, 1:30 and 7 PM. We occasionally hold weekend classes. Student numbers are kept small for maximum benefit. You will need: a collar, 4-6' lead, bait bag and a variety of high value food reward. Other possible requirements would be a 15' long line, stay mat or place marker, toy reward and clicker.
Markers, Management and Mindset. Four week, entry level course. Each lesson is two hours. Weeks one and two we provide the dog. Weeks three and four bring your own dog. If you are having struggles at home with your dog, we recommend starting here.
This 6 wk class is a continuation of the Handler's course. It focuses on establishing a clear communication system, developing trust, creating desirable behavior, transforming undesirable behaviors and how to manage it all in the meantime.
175 (per class)
If you are looking for something more advanced than just the basics in obedience then this is the course for you. Requirements: Sit, down, basic control and a dog motivated by food and/or toy. This course covers heeling, stays, recalls, fronts, jumps and retrieves.
A class on socializing and the development of social skills towards dogs and humans.
Out of control when your dog sees another dog/person/movement? This is the class for you. Word from the wise: Begin with the Handler's Course, you will be thankful you started there and will get even more out of the class.
Single session classes, about two hours long. Slots are limited, reserve yours by purchasing it on the schedule page, sending us a text or shooting us a message thru facebook. Make sure you bring collar, leash, bait bag and high value reward!
We offer this class about one Sunday a month. This is a great opportunity to practice what you have been working on at home, trying to learn or are struggling with. It's also a good one just to come out and develop your skills as a handler and dog team. Lots of fun and some good challenges too.
Meet with us and a small group in a public setting (usually Keizer Station) to work on manners, responsiveness and reliability when you are out and about. Typically held Fridays at 11:30.
Tired of your dog pulling on leash or wish your dog was lighter at the end of the lead? Well come on out and let's work on it! Learn and practice a few tricks and have fun working thru exercises.