Teach your dog how to have basic good manners both at home and when out and about with you. This flexible new format is designed to fit even the busiest schedules.
Now there’s no waiting for a new class to start. As soon as you complete your 45 minute orientation/skills lesson, you can usually begin class the following Tuesday. Plus – you’ll receive tailored instruction which allows you to progress at your own pace and continue learning more advanced skills with the inclusive private lesson scheduled to our mutual calendars during your six week enrollment period.
Throughout the course we will help you:
– Understand how your dog learns
– Know how to encourage desirable habits
– Know how to discourage undesirable habits
Learn to teach your dog in a positive and fun way how to:
– Come when called
– Walk without pulling
– Greet strangers without jumping up
– Sit, lie down and stay
– Settle on a mat or bed
– Show off with a few fun tricks
– and more!
Day / Time of class:
Tuesday evenings – 7.00 – 7.55 p.m.
The cost of this 6 week Package is $200, which includes:
-45 minute orientation/skills lesson without your dog to be scheduled Monday – Thursday at a mutually agreed time. (Applies to the first 6 weeks only)
-6 consecutive weekly lessons of 55 minute duration
-1 private lesson 55 minute duration to address any additional challenges you may be facing personally with your dog. (This private lesson must be taken within your 6 week enrollment period or it will be forfeited without refund.)
Bringing up a puppy is a continuous process, much like bringing up a child. Your first 6 weeks will introduce you to the tools and knowledge to proceed. However, experience tells us that a little more support is usually advisable.
We highly recommend a minimum of 12 weeks to ensure the best possible results.
Payment is due at orientation (for your first 6 weeks) and before week 1 of your second and subsequent block/s of classes.
The 45 minute orientation/skills lesson is without dogs and must be scheduled before you can begin class. Call Karen Mielke (704-546-5911) or email email@example.com to book today.
What class can I take next?
A natural next step to improving your training team’s understanding of some of the skills you have learned in our Basic Manners class might be our Rally Obedience, C.G.C., T.D.I. preparation course. Even if your goal is to work more in depth on those elusive loose leash walking and attention behaviors, this class offers lots of skill building opportunities for you and your dog. A series of four private lessons is a prerequisite for participation in this group class.
Want to try Treibball Class or our Online Treibball Course? This is a great new sport that will extend all the skills you have learned in your Basic Manners sessions. Treibball Classes are offered to meet demand. You will be placed on a waiting list until minimum enrollment is met. Meanwhile you might decide to book a private introductory lesson for only $80 or book a series of 4 private lessons (10% discount will apply) to really get an idea of the sport. If you prefer to learn in the comfort of your own home, on your own time schedule, we highly recommend our Online Treibball course.
Want to try agility? Book a private introductory lesson for only $80.
Book a series of 4 private lessons (10% discount will apply) to get you on the right track!
Occasional Foundation Agility classes are offered where schedule allows. Ask your teacher about these.
Various other behavioral issues may be best worked on through regular one to one sessions with you and a trainer. These can be carried out here on-site at a cost of $80 per hour, or off-site in your home at a cost of $100 per hour (plus travel time and expenses at current government rate for distances over 15 miles from DogLogic).
The number of sessions needed to help you with these problems will vary depending on the severity of the problem. We can negotiate discounts of up to 10% for packages of 4 or more sessions booked and paid for in advance. These must be taken within 3 months of booking.
Please contact Karen Mielke (704-546-5911) or firstname.lastname@example.org