Dog Obedience I (14-Adult)
Includes home management, discipline and problem solving. Methods employed are affection and restraint. Dogs must be at least 6 months old.
Dog Obedience I Family (9-Adult)
Class is designed for family units of two or three who want to train the dog together. Handlers learn how to train their dogs to sit, lie down, come and stay and walk on a leash. Class also includes home management and problem solving. No more than three family members and one dog per registration. One adult per family must be present at each class, and all family members must be age 9 or older.
Dog Obedience II (14-Adult)
Prepares owner for off-lead work with the basic commands. For dogs at least 8 months old who have successfully completed at least one basic course for both dog and owner. Dogs should not display aggression or fear. Prerequisite: Dog Obedience I or equivalent.
Puppy Kindergarten (14-Adult)
Puppies 10 to 23 weeks old learn socialization and discipline fundamentals. Puppy owners learn how to address problems such as housebreaking, chewing and jumping. Puppies should wear a buckle collar and be up-to-date with shots.