Group Classes

Our classes are conducted in a group setting. We provide small class sizes and look forward to having you and your dog in our programs. Group classes are not for dogs or puppies that have shown aggressive or reactive behavior towards other dogs or humans.

Check our schedules to find what works for you and please keep in mind: any situation involving multiple dogs requires some planning and health considerations:

  • Registration for your group class is required by online signup, phone, mail or drop-in. Payment is required at time of registration to hold your spot.
  • Shot records for rabies and distemper vaccinations are due at least 24 hours before the first class begins. Bordatella is recommended.

Puppy Kindergarten — $145

No prerequisite

This class is for puppies 8 to 20 weeks old. In this 7-week class we work on socialization and basic training including sit, down, come, stay and leash walking. The emphasis is on the puppies having a positive learning experience. NO DOGS the first week of class – OWNERS ONLY.

Next Sessions:
Thursdays, July 15th – August 26th at 6:15pm

Saturdays, August 7th – September 18th at 8:30am

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The Fundamentals I — $145

No prerequisite

Open to any dog over 21 weeks, this 7-week class covers basic pet manners including sit, down, stay, come and loose leash walking. A recommended class for recently adopted dogs to start building a good relationship between dog and owner. Puppies coming up from Kindergarten will practice and improve mastery of skills. Lessons are taught with positive reinforcement. Topics also discussed are the importance of a good diet, grooming and influencing good behavior in the home. NO DOGS the first week of class – OWNERS ONLY.

Next Sessions:

Mondays, July 12th – September 13th 7:15 pm

Thursdays, July 15th – August 26th at 7:15pm

Saturdays, August 7th – September 18th at 9:30 am

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The Fundamentals II — $145

Must have had a basic obedience course or see instructor

In this 7-week course, the dog and handler team will learn about the Canine Good Citizen test and practice the skills to complete the test on the last day of class. The Canine Good Citizen test demonstrates the dog’s mastery of basic obedience sit, down, come, stay and loose leash walking and self-control around other dogs and people in their class. By successfully completing the test, the owner may apply to the American Kennel Club for the Canine Good Citizen Award for their dog.

Next Session Begins:
Saturdays, August 7th – September 18th at 10:30am

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