There are many routes you can take to yield the results you desire from your furry best friend. While it’s easy to visualize the benefits of one-on-one training, don’t discount the incredible benefits that can be gained from a group setting as well.
One of the greatest benefits of a Group Class is the social atmosphere. Your dog will have the opportunity to socialize with other dogs, which is critical for their development. Not only that, but you will have the opportunity to build new friendships with people that share a similar passion for their dog as you do yours.
At times, you may feel like your dog is the only one that acts a certain way. This can easily become frustrating or discouraging. In a group class, you will quickly realize that many trainers are experiencing similar challenges. Not only do you get to learn from other trainers, but you will find that your dog will learn from other dogs as well.
It could be very easy for your dog to learn in an isolated environment, only to act like a completely different animal when around other animals, or in unfamiliar settings. Group Class allows your dog to learn how to respond and react in real-world environments, with real-world distractions.
Group Class is held once a week for six weeks. During this time, you can expect your dog to learn commands such as:
A group class will also help curb behaviors such as:
After you have registered for our Group Class, we will contact you to set-up a consultation and assessment. Even within a Group Class, we want to make sure you and your dog are receiving the proper attention and care that will yield the greatest results during class.
Over the course of six weeks, we will learn skills and commands that build upon one another. We will assign homework following each class that we believe is vital to the training process. You can expect to be in a class with 6 to 8 other individuals.
Group Class is held in Spring, Summer, and Fall. Please contact us for class times and availability.