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Puppy Class Part Two
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This course, for puppies that have graduated from Puppy 1 and/or private lessons with us, focuses on helping your pup develop more refined skills for improved manners, safety, and pleasure. Great attention is paid to improving reliability of responsiveness to requests around distractions,
and more advanced self control. This course is designed to help puppy parents make great use of the foundation set in Puppy Class Part One or private lessons and to help their pup through their critical adolescent period of development.
- Advanced Stays
- ‘Real Life’ Application of Come When Called
- Mastering Self-Control
- Leash Manners
- Reliability Around Increased Distractions
- Cue Discrimination for Sit, Down, and Stand
- Teaching Your Puppy to Settle Down Quietly
- Advanced Attention
- Hand Targeting
- Polite Greetings
- Advanced Handling Exercises
This course is available to those pups that have graduated from Puppy One and/or pups that have benefited from private lessons with us. For dogs of any size, breed, or mix.
The course meets for 5 consecutive (unless otherwise noted on the schedule, due to a holiday) one hour classes.
The class fee is non-refundable, non-transferable and there are no make-up classes. Prior to registering please note the nature of offering limited space classes, the above stated policies, and that there are no exceptions.
Proof of Vaccine Requirements: For dogs 16 weeks and older a record of their vaccinations must be signed by your veterinarian and include vaccine for: rabies, parvovirus, parainfluenza, adenovirus, bordatella, and distemper. If your veterinarian chooses not to give your pup one or more of these vaccines at the time of class, we must have a signed letter from them stating that it is contraindicated. These stated proof of vaccine requirements are set by the Health Department. Entry to classes and play groups is not permitted without Health Department required proof of vaccinations.
Dogs should have no aggression history. If you aren’t sure what this means, please contact us.