Group Classes


We will be offering group classes again starting in April 2016.  If you are interested in private lessons (where I come to your home to train with you one-on-one, or you come to our facility to train one-on-one), or if you would like us to do a board and train with your dog (your dog stays here a minimum of two weeks for intensive obedience training), take a look at our Services page.  


AKC Canine Good Citizen Testing

We offer CGC testing at any time, but will offer 

testing on a regular basis at the end of each 

month during our level 4 class.  If you are interested

in having your dog tested now, or if you'd like to begin

training privately for the test, please contact us.  


To learn more about CGC testing, please 

click HERE.


Therapy Dog Testing

We also offer certification for therapy dogs.  If this

interests you please contact us and we can discuss

if your dog is ready for testing.  Requirements include

a health certificate for the dog, background check for

the handler, and of course passing a rigorous test.


Group Classes Explained (Levels Style)

Our classes are a little different from traditional group

classes.  Our classes are in a levels style.  We offer

different levels at different times on each Saturday.

This means that if you have to miss a class, you

don't miss out on valuable information as you can

simply come back to the same level next time.

Another advantage is that you and your dog can

advance at your own pace, and you may begin class

at any time rather than having to wait several weeks

for a new 6 week class to begin,  Our classse are



All classes are held on Saturday afternoons.  An

orientation class (owners only, no dogs) must be

attended prior to starting classes. 


Orientation/Sign Up - 1:00pm
Level 1 - 2:00pm 

Level 2 - 2:45pm

Level 3 - 3:30pm
Level 4 - 4:15pm


Single classes - $20

4 classes - $75

8 classes - $120

16 classes - $208


Contact us if interested, or BOOK ONLINE!



Why Title Your Dog??

    Not just a brag, not just a stepping stone to a higher title, not just an adjunct to competitive scores; a title is a tribute to the dog that bears it, a way to honor the dog, an ultimate memorial. It will remain in the record and in the memory, for about as long as anything in the world can remain. And though the dog herself doesn't know or care that her achievements have been noted, a title says many things in the world of humans, where such things count. A title says your dog was intelligent, adaptable, and good-natured. It says that your dog loved you enough to do the things that please you, however crazy they may have sometimes seemed.

     In addition, a title says that you love your dog. That you loved to spend time with her because she was a good dog and that you believed in her enough to give her yet another chance when she (or you!) failed and in the end your faith was justified. A title proves that your dog inspired you to that special relationship enjoyed by so few. That in a world of disposable creatures, this dog with a title was greatly loved, and loved greatly in return.

     And when that dear short life is over, the title remains as a memorial of the finest kind, the best you can give to a deserving friend. Volumes of praise in one small set of initials after a name. An obedience (agility, flyball, herding, tracking, lure coursing, conformation) title is nothing less than the true love and respect, given and received and recorded permanently.

by Sandy Mowery

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