Agility

6 week course   $175

This is a six week course that introduces all things fun with Agility. This class introduces the obstacles used in competitive Agility: tunnel, teeter, tire jump, weave poles, dog walk, A-frame, and various jumps. Each class introduces one or two new object(s). While the trainer focuses on the new weekly object with each client, the rest of the class rotates through previously introduced objects. This course benefits all dogs but is especially beneficial for working dog breeds, dogs who are nervous around novelty items, and dogs whose brains need more of a challenge.

Class Requirements: Completion of Basics or Puppy Intermediate group class or permission from the trainer, dogs attending must be comfortable around unknown dogs and people, for dogs 6 months and older* with proof of up to date vaccinations, proof of current rabies vaccination (email all vaccinations before your first class), sign/send waivers of liability.

Class spots are limited to 4 dogs and no more than 2 people per dog in attendance.

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*Dogs under one year may participate, but certain obstacles are kept at low heights to prevent stress on still forming joints and growth plates. Senior dogs are also encouraged to attend and modifications are made as needed to respect an aging dog's body requirements.


Canine Good Citizen

6 week course   $175

This six week course is offered twice a year, and prepares dog and handler to pass the AKC's Canine Good Citizen Test. The course covers in detail the requirements and skill sets needed for each part of the test. The test covers 10 points for completion as follows:

1) Accepting a Friendly Stranger

2) Sitting Politely for Petting

3) Appearance and Grooming

4) Out for a Walk (walking on a loose lead)

5) Walking Through a Crowd

6) Sit and Down on Command and Staying in Place

7) Coming when Called

8) Reaction to Another Dog

9) Reaction to Distraction

10) Supervised Three Minute Separation

Class Requirements: Completion of Intermediate level (or trainers permission), dogs attending must be comfortable around unknown dogs and people, for dogs 1 year and older with proof of up to date vaccinations, proof of current rabies vaccination (email all vaccinations before your first class), sign/send waivers of liability.

Class spots are limited to 3 dogs and one person per dog (for two handlers wanting to attend) and please read our client commitment and refund policy!

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CCC™

6 week course   $175

The Connection, Cooperation & Control (CCC)™ six week course is founded on the principles of Suzanne Clothier’s Relationship Centered Training™. CCC™ helps you create mutual connection with your dog, while you also develop cheerful cooperation.

Distraction is a common problem for pet owners and professional dog trainers. The CCC™ training system bridges the gap between training at home and in public places to keep the dog engaged and cooperative while the rest of the world happens around him.

The Connection, Cooperation & Control ™ courses focus on the ingredients that create a strong relationship, body language, intent, and teaching dogs how to ask permission before dragging you around. These courses offer the opportunity to train the way real life happens – without a bait bag or treats in the handler’s pocket!

Class Requirements:  Completion of Basics or Puppy Intermediate group class or permission from the trainer, dogs attending must be comfortable around unknown dogs and people, for dogs 6 months and older with proof of up to date vaccinations, proof of current rabies vaccination (email all vaccinations before your first class), sign/send waivers of liability, and Trixie Activity Poker Box Interactive Dog Toy Level 2 (used for all three levels of CCC™ training).

Class spots are limited to 3 dogs and one person per dog (for two handlers wanting to attend) and please read our client commitment and refund policy!

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Visit here to see Level 2 class start dates and enrollment options.

Visit here to see Level 3 class start dates and enrollment options.


Cooperative Care

 4 week course   $145

This four week class introduces ways to help your dog be more comfortable with common dog care tasks. Not only do we cover the basics of handling exercises, but these classes focus on teaching your dog to be an active participant in their care!  Following are key topics/behaviors covered:

  • Dog body language and stress signals
  • How to create a Conditioned Emotional Response
  • Teaching an "I'm ready" behavior
  • Target a location with the dog's chin or nose
  • Introduce common dog care objects such as nail trimmers, stethoscope, muzzle, etc.

Class Requirements: Dogs attending must be comfortable around unknown dogs and people, for dogs of any age with proof of up to date vaccinations, proof of current rabies vaccination (email all vaccinations before your first class), sign/send waivers of liability.

Class spots are limited to 3 dogs and one person per dog (for two handlers wanting to attend) and please read our client commitment and refund policy!

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Doggy Parkour

 4 week course   $145

This is a four-week course that introduces you to Dog Parkour. Dog Parkour is a sport in which dogs conquer obstacles found in the environment.  It is often called“urban agility,” because we use any objects we can find as obstacles!  In this class, your dog will jump, climb, balance, run,and learn to become more comfortable with new objects. This course benefits all dogs, but is especially beneficial for working dog breeds, dogs who are nervous around novelty items, and dogs whose brains need more of a challenge.

Class Requirements: Completion of Basics or Puppy Intermediate group class or permission from the trainer, dogs attending must be comfortable around unknown dogs and people, for dogs 6 months and older* with proof of up to date vaccinations, proof of current rabies vaccination (email all vaccinations before your first class), sign/send waivers of liability.

Class spots are limited to 4 dogs with no more than 2 people per dog in attendance!

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*Dogs under one year may participate, but certain obstacles are kept at low heights to prevent stress on still forming joints and growth plates. Senior dogs are also encouraged to attend and modifications are made as needed to respect an aging dog's body requirements.


Energy Outlets

 4 week course   $145

This is a four week intensive course that outlines various methods to give our dogs energy outlets without having to run a marathon. Each week focuses on a different style of outlets. This course benefits any young dog, overly active dogs, working style breed, and families and people who want to give their dog more, but may not have the time. If your dog digs, attention barks, excessively chews, or just needs more, this is the class for you.

There are two versions of this class, Summer and Winter.  Each version is tailored to that season, so you will have lots of energy outlets for your dog whether it is hot and sunny, or cold and snowing!

Class Requirements: Attendance at a free Orientation is encouraged, dogs attending must be comfortable around unknown dogs and people, for dogs 5 months and older with proof of up to date vaccinations, proof of current rabies vaccination (email all vaccinations before your first class), sign/send waivers of liability.

Class spots are limited to 3 dogs and one person per dog (for two handlers wanting to attend) and please read our client commitment and refund policy!

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Hiking Manners

 4 week course   $145

Living in New England where outdoor activities are a part of life, we love to take our dogs with us everywhere we go!  Many of us enjoy the outdoors and so do our dogs.  This is a four-week class that teaches you the basics of hiking with your dog and how to practice good trail etiquette with your furry friend.   Class One will be held outdoors at our training facility, with subsequent classes being held at local hiking trails.

Class Requirements: Completion of Basics or Puppy Intermediate group class or permission from the trainer.  Dogs attending must be comfortable around unknown dogs, people, bicycles, and (potentially) horses.  This class is for dogs 6 months and older with proof of up to date vaccinations, proof of current rabies vaccination (email all vaccinations before your first class), sign/send waivers of liability.

Class spots are limited to 4 dogs with no more than 2 people per dog in attendance!

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Nose Work

 6 week course   $175

This is a six week introductory scent work class that fine tunes your dog's natural ability and love for using their nose. Week one begins by introducing the scent of birch building to week six with the scent hidden for your dog to find! This course benefits the young to the very old but is especially beneficial to timid or dogs with excessive energy. Nose work not only burns brain calories (creating a happily tired dog), but also builds confidence.

Class Requirements: Attendance at a free Orientation is encouraged, dogs attending must be comfortable around unknown dogs and people, for dogs 5 months and older with proof of up to date vaccinations, proof of current rabies vaccination (email all vaccinations before your first class), sign/send waivers of liability, scent work supplies, and appropriate training equipment.

Class spots are limited to 3 dogs and one person per dog (for two handlers wanting to attend) and please read our client commitment and refund policy!

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Nose Work Graduates: Level 2 Nose Work is held when interested clients ask! We offer this class when our schedule allows. These classes run when there are two clients enrolled. Email Ashley if you are interested. Here is a link to see class start dates and enrollment options.



Precision Heeling

 4 week course   $145

This is a four week intensive that focuses on introducing and fine-tuning the beauty of heeling on leash. This class is appropriate for anyone wanting to get involved in most competitive dog sports, or who wants a dog that can ignore their environment and focus solely on their person. Heeling also functions as an excellent recall and energy outlet.

Class Requirements: Attendance at a free Orientation is encouraged, dogs attending must be comfortable around unknown dogs and people, for dogs 1 year or older (or with trainer permission) with proof of up to date vaccinations, proof of current rabies vaccination (email all vaccinations before your first class), sign/send waivers of liability.

Class spots are limited to 3 dogs and one person per dog (for two handlers wanting to attend) and please read our client commitment and refund policy!

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A Really Truly Reliable Recall

 4 week course   $145

This is a four week intensive that focuses solely on your dog coming when called. For dogs just learning or ones who have stopped listening, all dogs will benefit. The purpose of this course is to introduce the steps needed to create a rock solid recall that both the dog and person enjoy. This is your safety backup for emergencies!

Class Requirements: Attendance at a free Orientation is encouraged, dogs attending must be comfortable around unknown dogs and people, for dogs 5 months and older with proof of up to date vaccinations, proof of current rabies vaccination (email all vaccinations before your first class), sign/send waivers of liability.

Class spots are limited to 4 dogs with no more than 2 people per dog in attendance!

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