GROUP DOG TRAINING CLASSES

You are already training. The question is are you going to get better at it?
— Glenn Massie Homeskooling 4 Dogs

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Homeskooling 4 Dogs classes are for those who want to achieve control & cooperation, not submission from their dogs. Our classes are designed to be fun, and easy enough for your dog to understand. All training is designed to give you greater control and understanding of your dog.

Our training is not a class on inflicting punishment, nor do our classes look like participants have a feeding disorder. You will not be wearing a treat pouch, nor using a clicker. It’s important that you do not act like an adversary, or a food dispenser. Dogs will be trained using a properly fitted martingale collar, or a properly fitted “Y” harness for those not able to wear a collar. No type of electronic collars, prong or pinch collars of any type, nor any type of chain collars will be used or permitted. (They are not necessary to train a dog to a high standard)

The Dog Training 101 Foundation's classes (classroom only, no dogs at this class) are held at the Animal Friends of the Valleys Animal Shelter in Wildomar. The Dog Training 101 Foundation classes is required to participate in the hands-on training in group class in Murrieta.

The hands-on group class (with dogs) Level 1 Control And Cooperation will start Saturday, January 18, 2020 in Murrieta. Classes will be 1-hour long each Saturday from 8:30am-9:30am for 6-weeks. Aggressive dogs will not be permitted in this class.

Dogs that have attacked another dog or human, or do not permit the owners to handle, groom, or check their teeth are not ready to participate in a group class. We offer private evaluations, consultations and training for these dogs.


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DOG TRAINING 101 FOUNDATION'S Class* (No dogs)

$25   (Recent AFV Adoptions last 6-months no-charge. email to register)

If you want to learn how to train dogs effectively and understand dogs better, this is a must attend class. The DOG TRAINING 101 Foundation Class is required to be eligible to attend the Level 1 - Control and Cooperation (hands-on) training class in Murrieta.

Animal Friends of the Valleys (Classroom) 

33751 Mission Trail Wildomar, CA 92595

  • Saturday, January 11, 2020 9am-11am

Description:

  • How to train differing breeds and breed types (Dogs are not all the same)

  • 5 Common training mistakes

  • How to achieve cooperation & control

  • How to choose training equipment

*Prerequisite for the Level 1 Control & Cooperation Group Class


Level 1 - Control and Cooperation Training   

Group Dog Training Class starts Saturday, January 18, 2020.

Length of Class: 6-weeks

Age Requirement: 4 months and older

*Prerequisite Class: Dog Training 101 Foundation's Class

Location: Copper Canyon Park, Murrieta, California

  • Saturday, January 18 8:30am - 9:30am

  • Saturday, January 25 8:30am - 9:30am

  • Saturday, February 1 8:30am - 9:30am

  • Saturday, February 8 8:30am - 9:30am

  • Saturday, February 15 8:30am - 9:30am

  • Saturday, February 22 8:30am - 9:30am

Cost of Class: $180 Recent Animal Friends of the Valleys adoption (last 6-months) $150 

Class Description:

This class will focus on teaching and training practical skills to you and your dog so you can achieve control and more importantly cooperation from your dog. If you are having trouble with basic training we will help you resolve your training problems.

This class training will cover:

  1. WALK on the leash without pulling.

  2. Control & cooperation training

  3. Start of off-leash training.

Aggressive dogs will not be permitted in this class. We offer private evaluations, consultations and training for these dogs.


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