Does your dog need a little bit of help in the manners department? WooF Dogs would love to introduce you to our Basic Obedience group classes!
In this fun and interactive group class you and your pup will learn all the basics in an environment designed to give your dog a strong foundation for good behavior even under distraction. Your four legged friend will have the opportunity to learn focus on the owner, sit, down, stay, come when called, walking on a loose lead and heel.
Even more importantly our experienced trainers will teach you how to speak your dog’s language and help you learn to communicate with your dog in a successful way!
Basic Obedience classes are for dogs 5 months or older.
DPP (Distemper, Parvo & Parainfluenza) & Rabies vaccinations are required for any dog over 5 months old. Proof must be provided during the registration, in order to participate.
Aggressive dogs are not allowed in class. If your dog is nervous around other dogs but not aggressive, you can attend class, or you can schedule a 15-minute evaluation with a trainer to determine if Basic Obedience Group Class training is the right fit for your dog. Your trainer may recommend private classes.
Each group course with 4-15 dogs is 1 hour each week for 6 weeks. It is recommended to show up early to allow the dogs to familiarize themselves with the environment.
Make-up sessions are not available for group classes
Bring yummy, small bite treats every week. Pet parents may bring a toy or chew as well as a blanket or bed, but it is not mandatory.
Wear comfortable, non-slip shoes and leave personal belongings at home.
Learn how your dog communicates and teach them the foundations for all their other behaviors.
Cues learned; Focus, Touch and Their Name
Learn what motivation means to your dog and engage them in a way that keeps their focus and happiness with YOU and not the other dogs.
Cues learned; Sit and Down
Learn how to engage your dog and have them happily walk by your side.
Cues learned; Heel and Loose Leash Walking
Put everything you have learned into motion to teach the hardest part of all, the recall! Get your dog to come to you and earn your certificate for a job well done!
Cues learned; Come