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Classes & Workshops

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Puppy Socials  Every Saturday @ 8:45am. 30-min trainer-guided socialization for dogs age 6 months or less. Registration required, $50.

If you have any questions, please email the training department.





Socials & Events

Meet-Ups (click to view description)

Length: 2 hours
Cost: $10 per dog
Prerequisite: Registration organized through group
Total dogs: 20

Are you a member of a specific breed group? Would you like your group to host an event?

Contact us by EMAIL to schedule an event for your group. We can block off a 2 hour window to have the facility for dog playtime and socialization. A member of a training team or daycare team will be on hand to assist.

The hosting group would register it's attendees in order to get a head count and allow us to collect payment. Attendees can pay via our online store, or the group can provide bulk payment on behalf of the attendees.

Puppy Socials (click to view description)

Register Now Length: pack of 5 sessions, 30 minutes each
Cost: $50
Prerequisite: puppies *10 weeks - 6 months of age
Total students: 10 per session

Saturdays - first come, first serve, 10 puppies max
8:45AM-9:15AM

Please bring your own treats. We recommend not feeding your dog breakfast prior to puppy social or bring your dog's breakfast with you and use it during the social as rewards for redirection and attention. It is helpful to have treats on hand to practice behaviors and redirect puppies when needed.

Puppy socials are a great way to complement your puppy class or private training, with an opportunity to play with other dogs the same age. Our goal is to provide a safe, fun, and nurturing environment for your puppy to learn appropriate dog-to-dog interaction skills. Early and proper socialization is essential for all puppies. We will help you learn how to read body language and how to know when puppies are enjoying or not enjoying the play interaction and what to do in these situations. During play we will discuss play styles, breed differences and possible red flags to watch out for.

*puppies should have age appropriate vaccinations, at least 1 round of Distemper, and have a clean bill of health from your local vet.

Check out our puppy socials video!

Class Descriptions

Adolescent Manners (click to view description)

Length: 6 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $285
Prerequisite: Dogs must be between 6 months and 1 year at the start date of class. If your dog is 1 year or older, we recommend the Life Skills class.
Total students: 6

Adolescent dogs provide their own flavor of being in the world. Whereas puppies tend to be inquisitive and receptive, adolescent dogs (like adolescent humans) seem to think they know how the world works... and if you would just let them do what they want, the world would be a much better place! There is a happy medium. These dogs still are very impressionable, so training at this time in life is a great investment for future happy and safe families. In class, we will foster and strengthen the communication and cooperation you and your dog have as a team. We will do this by using both cued behaviors and captured/shaped behaviors. Behaviors will include Recall, Wait, Polite Greeting, Leash Handling, Leave It.  If you have a super star who knows these behaviors, have no fear, we will show you how to make them stronger. Remember training is like lifting weights the successes don't stop with just lifting the barbell once or even twice.

Brain Games (click to view description)

Length: 4 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $210
Prerequisite: Basic manners training with us in one of the following: Puppy Manners, Adolescent Manners, Life Skills, Impulse Control or private training
Total students: 6

Do you have a dog that actively seeks a job and is searching for something to do? Are you looking for ideas on activities you can do at home to give your dog more mental stimulation? Are you looking for more ways to bond with your dog by engaging in games you can play together? In this class, we will show you how you can get creative with basic household items to make fun and challenging puzzles for your dog. We will also show you ways to play games with your dog that are fun for you and your dog! Brain games are great for building your dog's problem-solving skills and confidence in interacting with their world.

City Walks (click to view description)

Length: 4 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $210
Prerequisite: N/A
Total students: 5

This class is held in Clarendon or Shirlington. This class is for the dog that responds really well to basic obedience cues at home or in the classroom but could use more practice around everyday distractions. We will practice exercises to reinforce your dog's response to important cues like Watch Me, Touch, Settle, Leave It, and Loose Leash Walking in the face of distractions we happen to encounter like people, dogs, children, strollers, bicyclists, traffic, joggers, etc. This class is also a great way to continue socializing your dog to new surroundings and help them to feel comfortable with a variety of visual stimuli and sounds.

Click Here to find out if this is the right class for you? Or try our 2 session precursor workshop instead, Walk & Train.

Confidence Building I (click to view description)

Length: 6 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $285
Prerequisite: N/A
Total students: 6

This class is designed for the shy and fearful dog or the dog that is generally lacking in confidence. This may stem from a dog having none or very little socialization, having particular sensitivities in which they need extra support, or a traumatic experience that is impacting everyday life. We will address how stress impacts your dog’s life and how to properly read stress signals from your dog. We will build a foundation of basic coping skills and practice on exercises to boost confidence. Emphasis will be on creating a safe place for each individual dog to learn, relax, and encourage curiosity that will foster joy of learning.

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Confidence Building II (click to view description)

Length: 6 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $285
Prerequisite: Confidence I or Reactive Private Package
Total students: 6

This class offers the opportunity to continue and expand on the work that was started in the Confidence Building I class. It may also be suitable for dogs that have taken private training lessons with the purpose of improving the dog's confidence level. The focus is on using the agility equipment to build and further the confidence level of each dog. Elements of the regular confidence building class will be incorporated as well. Goal is for all the dogs to expand their comfort zone even further while having fun at the same time.

Dog Reactive I (click to view description)

Length: 6 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $345
Prerequisite: N/A
Total students: 5

This class is designed to help if you have a problem walking your dog on leash in the neighborhood while encountering other dogs. We’ll work on confidence building exercises to establish positive associations with other dogs on leash. We will discuss and recommend the appropriate equipment suited for your dog's level of reactivity, necessary obedience cues the dog should know well, and how to combine training and management in your daily routine. We will teach you what to do in these situations, how to live with a reactive dog, to give them their best life, and how to minimize their stress triggers associated with encountering other dogs. This class requires that the student shows a real commitment and actively works with their dog outside of class. Please note that we will screen each potential dog carefully to ensure this class is the right fit. Some dogs may need a behavioral consultation either prior to, or instead, of this class. We will not accept students in this class where the dog has killed or severely injured another dog.

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Dog Reactive II (click to view description)

Length: 6 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $320
Prerequisite: Reactive Dog I or Private Reactive Package
Total students: 6

This class is designed for the student who has completed previous reactivity training with us and wants more practice opportunities in a safe space with committed fellow students and with the guidance of dog training instructors. We will continue the work that was initiated in the Dog Reactive I class. We realize it can be challenging to find people to work with whom you can set up a safe and structured space to practice with. While we realize that the dogs in this class may be at different stages of reactivity, and we will adjust the practice for this, we can only accept dogs in the maintenance class who have shown they are ready to be in the presence of other dogs outside of the cubby space. For dogs not quite there yet we recommend signing up for our reactive private package.

Fun Tricks I (click to view description)

Length: 4 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $210
Prerequisite: Basic manners training with us in one of the following: Puppy Manners, Adolescent Manners, Life Skills, Impulse Control or private training
Total students: 6

Whether you are a new or experienced dog owner, teaching your dog tricks is a great way to bond with your dog and have a great time doing it! Tricks are an easygoing way to challenge your handling skills and your dog's mental accumen. In this introductory class, we will show you how to teach your dog new behaviors through key methods using luring, targeting, and shaping techniques. Tricks can also be extremely useful in everyday practice when attempting to refocus your dog on to appropriate behaviors. In this class, we will introduce you to simple and easy to teach tricks including Touch Targeting, Paws Up, Sit/Down/Release (foundational skills), Middle, Catch, Sit Pretty, Leg Weave, Bow, Spin, and Roll Over.

Impulse Control I (click to view description)

Length: 6 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $285
Prerequisite: N/A
Total students: 6

This class is tailored specifically for dogs that need more structure and guidance on an everyday basis because they are maybe a bit out of control. It is a class for highly energetic dogs and dogs that can go from low to high arousal in a matter of seconds. It may be expressed by the dog charging the front door when hearing a visitor coming, a dog that plays a bit too rough when you engage him in an activity, a dog that pulls a lot on leash, jumps up on people and/or acts a bit out of control in more distracting environments, making it generally difficult to take the dog places. We will work on keeping the dog's attention and focus. We will work on a variety of impulse control exercises like stay, wait, and leave it. We will show you how you can teach a dog to turn off from a highly aroused state to a calm state on cue. We will incorporate socialization exercises to help the dog generalize calm behavior around a variety of distractions. We will also address appropriate ways to give these dogs enough physical and mental outlets for their energy in a contained and structured fashion. This class is ideal for any high energy dog and Bully breeds in particular. Please note this class is not suitable for dogs with high reactivity towards people or other dogs. If this describes your dog, contact the training school and we will discuss other more suitable class options.

Impulse Control II (click to view description)

Length: 6 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $285
Prerequisite: Impulse Control I
Total students: 6

Now that you've worked on keeping your dog's self-control and response around distractions in Impulse Control I, it's time to take your dog to the next level. This class is tailored for dogs who have a good obedience foundation and are at an intermediate level, including Impulse Control I students. Your dog knows all the basic cues and has learned some self-control around mild distractions. The focus of this class is for the dog to learn to respond calmly and reliably to cues in the face of intermediate to more challenging distractions. The dogs will perform more detailed behaviors and in closer proximity to other dogs. The more you can channel exuberant behavior into calm and controlled responses the more you will be able to bring your dog with you to a variety of places without having to worry, allowing you to spend quality time with your dog and enrich the bond the two of you have together. It is also a great precursor to various dog sport activities you can do with your dog for fun.

K9 Nose Work I (click to view description)

Length: 6 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $285
Prerequisite: dogs should be a minimum 10 months of age
Total students: 5

We often, inadvertently, discourage our dogs from using their noses during walks, play in the yard and at home. This class is designed to give dogs an outlet to use their most specialized sense – smell. Your dog will learn to rely on his nose and develop the drive to hunt for food. You will learn about your dog’s amazing scent capabilities and develop observation skills to read your dog’s body language. Because we work with dogs one at a time in this class, we welcome dogs who have taken Confidence Building or the Reactive Dog class. K9 Nose Work is a great way to build confidence in your dog and strengthen the human-dog relationship. Please note that classes are structured so that dogs work one at a time in the search area. To accomplish this and to allow you to observe the other dogs in class, it is helpful but not required to crate your dog during class.

Our K9 Nose Work classes are lead by a Certified Nose Work Instructor (CNWI) through the National Association of Canine Scent Work (NACSW™). Fur-Get Me Not is one of few facilities in the area to offer CNWI led classes.


K9 Nose Work is a great activity to do with your dog. All dogs love to use their noses and these classes will optimize your dog's natural scenting abilities. The dog will much appreciate it when you acknowledge and value this incredible skill your dog has. It is an exercise that is great to do with all dogs as it provides a great mental workout. It helps build a dog's confidence as well as the ability to focus. It is a class that welcomes any type of dog; shy, reactive, low-energy, high-energy. Since the exercises are conducted one dog at a time on the floor we have a lot of flexibility to set each dog up for success.

Your dog does not need to have had any prior training to take these classes. As a matter of fact you will hear the instructor say "leave the obedience at the door." This is all about the dog's ability to work and learn at his/her own pace without any pressure from the handler. It is also an activity that is super easy to set up at home so you have a great activity you can engage your dog with any time you feel like it within your own home environment.

K9 Nose Work II (click to view description)

Length: 6 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $285
Prerequisite: K9 Nose Work I
Total students: 5

This class builds on Introduction to K9 Nose Work I, strengthening your dog’s drive to hunt for food. You will improve your observation skills and team work with your dog, and expand the hunt for food into exterior and vehicle searches. For this class it would be helpful if your dog can be crated or confined in a separate area away from you while observing the other dogs work, but it is not a requirement. Please note that classes are structured so that dogs work one at a time in the search area. To accomplish this and to allow you to observe the other dogs in class, it is helpful but not required to crate your dog during class.

K9 Nose Work III (click to view description)

Length: 6 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $285
Prerequisite: K9 Nose Work II
Total students: 5

This class builds on the K9 Nose Work II, harnessing your dog’s drive to hunt for food or a toy and developing your dog’s scent discrimination skills. The dogs are taught to identify birch as the first target odor. We will go back to the basics using box work, container searches and interior searches to begin imprinting the target odor. Additionally, we will continue to build dog/handler teamwork. Please note that classes are structured so that dogs work one at a time in the search area. To accomplish this and to allow you to observe the other dogs in class, it is helpful but not required to crate your dog during class.

K9 Nose Work IV (click to view description)

Length: 6 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $285
Prerequisite: K9 Nose Work III
Total students: 5

This class builds on the K9 Nose Work III, strengthening your dog’s drive to hunt for food, and introduction to odor. You will expand the hunt for odor into exterior and vehicle searches and continue to improve your observation skills and team work with your dog. Please note that classes are structured so that dogs work one at a time in the search area. To accomplish this and to allow you to observe the other dogs in class, it is helpful but not required to crate your dog during class.

K9 Nose Work V (click to view description)

Length: 4 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $210
Prerequisite: K9 Nose Work IV. Must be reasonably proficient on birch.
Total students: 5

This class builds on the hunting and odor recognition skills learned in K9 Nose Work III and IV, and prepares the dog/handler team for their NACSW Odor Recognition Test (ORT) with birch as the target odor. The class may be repeated as often as needed, and when the team is ready, will introduce and imprint the second and third target odors of anise and clove. Ultimately, teams will prepare for the anise and clove ORTs, in order to earn the ORT Title needed to compete at the NW1 level. You will focus on container searches, continuing to build dog/handler teamwork, and improving your observation skills, and the number of teams is limited to 4 to allow each team as much search time as is possible. Even if a dog/handler team does not want to compete, this is a great way to keep your dog searching and having fun with nose work! Please note that classes are structures so that dogs work one at a time in the search area. To accomplish this and to allow you to observe the other dogs in class, it is helpful but not required to crate your dog during class.

Life Skills (click to view description)

Length: 6 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $285
Prerequisite: N/A
Total students: 6

Life Skills is the perfect class for both new and experienced dog owners. In this class we will work on basic manners by teaching behaviors through exercises that we can apply in useful ways to daily life. We will help you understand what motivates your dog and help develop your knowledge about your dog’s body language and how that influences the training when the environment changes. For example, if you have a dog that sits at home, but nowhere else, we will show you what type of practice exercises will help encourage your dog to sit in everyday situations, including outside the home. We will also work on leash handling, recalls, and polite greetings without jumping. When possible, we will also include some fun training that you can add to your training repertoire to help break up the structured exercises and have some fun with your dog. Any time you train with your dog, it is a great opportunity to provide mental stimulation.

Advanced Life Skills (click to view description)

Length: 6 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $285
Prerequisite: Life Skills
Total students: 6

This class is a continuation of our Life Skills class but with benchmarks! We will continue our work on basic manners such as ...

  • recall - in the classroom environment, will your dog come from 10ft away and be leashed up?
  • leash handling - in the classroom, will your dog do a 20ft loop and give 2 seconds of eye contact during that walk?
  • polite greetings - will your dog let a stranger, with permission, approach from 5ft away and keep a loose leash?
  • leave it - will your dog leave items while walking by and stay 2ft away?
  • wait - on cue for the food bowl plus wait at door
  • stay - while you speak to someone, will your dog stay for 1 minute?
  • settle - will your dog settle in a down for 1 minute and until released?
  • tricks - will your dog perform spin or crawl within 3 seconds of the cue?
We’ll go for these and more inside and outside!

People Reactive (click to view description)

Length: 6 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $285
Prerequisite: N/A
Total students: 6

This class is designed to help you create positive experiences with strangers. If you have a dog who is not comfortable meeting and greeting people on the street, is reactive to people passing by at a distance, does not do well when friends and family enters your house and/or have any other specific issues related to proximity to people this class is for you. The class will work on three main themes; (1) Teaching obedience cues to build a solid communication system between you and your dog and help you reinforce appropriate behavior around strangers, (2) Counter-conditioning and desensitization exercises to help the dog develop good feelings around strangers and (3) Problem-solving activities will be spaced out throughout the class to engage the dog cognitively and to encourage the dog to engage in activities that are fun while people are around. We will also discuss management strategies and have some time to address the specific challenges are facing in their lives with their dogs. This class requires that the students show a real commitment and are willing to work with their dogs outside of class. We request that all dogs who registered for this class is prepared to come with a minimum of two adults per dog. It can be the same person each class or vary from week to week. This way we will have a larger number of "new" people for each dog to work with during the six week class.

Puppy Manners I (click to view description)

Length: 6 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $285
Prerequisite: dogs less than 6 months as of the start date of class
Total students: 6

This class is tailored specifically to puppies to teach young dogs optimal socialization skills and basic manners. Emphasis is placed on building strong relationships and confidence in your puppy using positive reinforcement interactions with other puppies, people, and the environment. Puppies will learn to respond to their name, how to focus their attention on you, sit, down, and recalls. You will learn leash handling skills, and how to encourage your pup to greet people politely! We will also offer positive and encouraging exposure to novel sounds, visuals, items, grooming and handling, and incorporate trading into our conditioning exercises to build confidence in their ever-changing world as they develop and learn how to be more independent dogs.

Social Manners I (click to view description)

Length: 4 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $210
Prerequisite: ages 6 months and older
Total students: 6

This class will offer a safe place for you to teach your dog good boundaries and how to develop self-discipline in a social setting, combined with improving your off-lead control over your dog in the face of distractions. We work on relationship building skills and how to solicit engagement and keep it going strong despite competing interests in the environment. Class starts with working on a solid recall, getting a retrieve and other important life skills within a social setting. You will learn vital skills necessary to keep your dog within your control even in more challenging situations, building up your skill-set one step at a time. We will show you how you can get your dog to understand playing with other dogs is a privilege he will earn after learning the basic conditions of your relationship together first. Please note that we require full and active participation by the handlers and all exercises will start on-leash with the intent to continue on to off leash in Social Manners II for those who are interested.

Click Here to find out if this is the right class for you?

Social Manners II (click to view description)

Length: 4 classes, 1 hour each
Cost: $210
Prerequisite: ages 6 months and older, Social Manners I
Total students: 6

This class will offer a safe place for you to continue to build on your dog’s social skills with the addition of providing off-leash play. We will continue working on relationship building skills and reliable responses in the presence of distractions. This class will provide a rotation between handler/dog exercises and off-leash play time. Please note that enrollment in Social Manners II is at the discretion of the instructors and will only apply to dogs suitable and ready for off leash play.

Workshop Descriptions

(Online) Got a New Puppy - Now What?

This is an online workshop

Length: 1 hour
Cost: $45
Prerequisite: dogs less than 6 months of age
Total students: 6

Whether you’ve had a puppy before or this is your first dog, we know you have questions. This one hour workshop is designed to answer those questions and help set your puppy up for success. We’ll discuss living with a puppy and rules of the house, socialization and fear periods, best practice for outdoor walks, building confidence through designated alone time, and how to provide enrichment and mental stimulation. We’ll also talk about two of the most common puppy issues new owners ask about - house training, chewing and mouthing! Bring your questions!

(Online) Help - I just Adopted a New Dog!

This is an online workshop

Length: 1 hour
Cost: $45
Prerequisite: dogs older than 6 months
Total students: 6

Adopting a new dog is an exciting time for both you, your family, and the dog. But what do you do when you realize your dog doesn’t understand the rules of their new home? Why does it seem your dog doesn’t listen to you or understand what you are asking of them? We’ll talk about learning theory and how you can build a positive relationship by setting your dog up for successful learning. We will discuss a positive model that will help you address these issues as they happen. We will also address common questions such as leaving your dog home alone, dog play dates or daycare vs dog parks, meeting other dogs on leash, and ideas on providing enrichment and mental stimulation which every dog needs.

Controlling Impulses (click to view description)

Length: 1 hour
Cost: $55
Prerequisite: N/A
Total students: 6

Whether you have taken our Impulse Control class in the past or want to in the future, this workshop is for you! Impulsive behaviors can be hard to tackle on your own. The content of this workshop will vary slightly, depending on the needs of the dogs present. During this workshop, we’ll have an opportunity to discuss things you can do today to reduce your dog’s impulsiveness. We will offer examples and demonstrate how we work with the dogs that attend our Impulse Control School program and how you can become empowered to reduce impulsive behaviors in response to your dog’s environment.

K9 Nose Work Sampler (click to view description)

Length: 2 sessions, 1 hour each
Cost: $95
Prerequisite: N/A – Dog should be at least 6 months of age
Total students: 4

Would your dog rather explore with his nose than take a walk? Are you looking for an activity and/or a sport that you and your dog can enjoy together? Have you heard about nose work but weren’t sure if it is for you?

In this two session workshop, you will be introduced to your dog’s amazing scent capabilities and begin to develop observation skills to read your dog’s body language. Your dog will have fun showing you his natural scenting abilities and get a great mental workout at the same time! Nose work helps build your dog’s confidence and focus, and best of all it is suited for any type of dog: shy, reactive, low-energy, and high-energy. Each dog works on the floor one at a time so we have lots of flexibility to set each dog up for success.

Your dog does not need any prior training to take any of our Nose Work classes or workshops. You will even hear the instructor say, “leave the obedience at the door!” In this workshop, your dog works and learns at his own pace, without any pressure from the handler. It is also an activity that is super easy to set up at home so you have a great activity you can engage your dog with any time you feel like it in your own home. Our K9 Nose Work classes are led by a Certified or Associate Nose Work Instructors. We are one of very few facilities in the area that offer K9 Nose Work® classes led by Certified Nose Work Instructors.

Leash Manners (click to view description)

Length: 1 hour
Cost: $55
Prerequisite: N/A
Total students: 6

This is an intense session where we proof the behavior with duration and distractions. We start at a level that is appropriate for the class average, but we will make sure each individual student is personally challenged and leaves with the knowledge and tools they can use to confidently work on better leash manners.

Meet & Greet (click to view description)

Length: 1 hour
Cost: $55
Prerequisite: N/A
Total students: 6

The emphasis of this workshop is how to effectively meet and greet other dogs and/or people at close proximity on the street while maintaining calm and responsive behaviors from the dog and the handler. Real life situations are always unpredictable and messy so preparedness is key. Therefore, the environment on the street requires a two-fold process. We will cover both effective training exercises to practice, as well as necessary management techniques on how to gradually build a desired response from our dogs while passing by other people and dogs.

Nail Trims (click to view description)

Length: 1 hour
Cost: $55
Prerequisite: N/A
Total students: 8

This workshop is designed to teach you how to make everyday handling of the feet and nails a more enjoyable experience for your dog. We will assess your dog's comfort level with handling in general and focus on classical counter conditioning exercises to make nail trimming a more pleasant experience for both you and your dog. Please note: Actual nail clipping will not take place unless your dog is demonstrating relaxed behavior and is comfortable with the process.

Polite Greetings (click to view description)

Length: 1 hour
Cost: $55
Prerequisite: N/A
Total students: 8

It is a joy to have a happy dog, but if that means your dog is jumping on people all the time that can become a real nuisance. We teach you to combine management and training in everyday life and how to make the dog offer a sit whenever approached by a stranger or in the presence of other distractions.

Recalls (click to view description)

Length: 1 hour
Cost: $55
Prerequisite: N/A
Total students: 6

In this session we cover all the important principles you need to follow to in order to develop a reliable recall. We practice with a wide range of distractions and show you how to use body language and voice to your ultimate advantage. We teach you to be the one in your dog’s life and how to set up practice sessions in a way that your dog would always consider it in his best interest to come when called.

Tackling Fear (click to view description)

Length: 1 hour
Cost: $55
Prerequisite: N/A
Total students: 6

Whether you have taken our Confidence Building class in the past or you see it might be in your future, this is the perfect workshop for you! Fear presents itself in different ways. Each dog has a unique response to fear and each dog may experience fear in different ways depending on the environment. We will be mindful of the presentation of fear in the dogs in attendance and will alter the discussion and content accordingly. During the workshop, we’ll have an opportunity to observe and discuss body language that can indicate the various ebbs and flows of a fearful experience and feelings of being more comfortable. We’ll talk through things you can do today to reduce your dog’s experience of fear. And we’ll give you an example of how to start and continue the process of desensitizing your dog to things that trigger the fear.

Walk & Train (click to view description)

Length: 2 sessions, 1 hour each
Cost: $95
Prerequisite: N/A
Total students: 6

This is a two session workshop with a focus on applying good manners in the real world on a group walk. Every session begins with some prep work in the facility and then we take it on the road. In addition to working on foundation behaviors on the walk we will also incorporate good manners around other dogs and people. This workshop is a great precursor to the City Walks class if you want to test if you are ready. Please note that we will be outdoors for better part of the session and will only cancel in case of inclement weather.