Sundays, March 5 - April 23 (no class on Easter)
2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
6655 N 23rd Ave, Phoenix, 85015
Adjacent to dog park
Obedience: 14 obedience commands and functions are taught, explained, and instilled hands on in real-time with professional guidance and instruction. Participants will practice at home in between classes.
Behavior: Concepts, cures, and preventive measures are taught as well as a basic understanding of the relationship and therapeutic application of obedience commands and drills to adjust behavior and psychology to the ideals.
Management: Keeping, caring for, feeding, and management of schedules for a domestic canine(s).
Nutrition: Diet concepts, ingredients, and their impact on behavior, energy, and health.
Legal: Neighbor complaints, enclosures, proper schedules, and other legal concerns of dog ownership (barking dogs, loose dogs, dog part etiquette, etc.) are explored and explained through case studies and statistical analysis.
First class is orientation. It will be in lecture / Q&A format. First class may run over depending on how long the Q&A runs.
There will be a short graduation ceremony during the last class and graduation certificates will be given. Family and/or friends are welcome to attend graduation.
Once you've enrolled, the trainer will contact you to speak with you about your dog and verify he/she is a candidate for success in a group class setting. If yes, you'll be sent a payment link.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Group class is not the environment for dealing with aggression. If you have a people or animal aggressive dog, you will be referred for private training with a discount. The cost of the group class will be applied to the cost of the private training.