Fun Training In the Real World
Out For a Walk
Your dog will learn how to walk on a loose leash, walk with you by your side, look to you for guidance and direction in a variety of distractions and be polite around other dogs, and people. You will learn how to reinforce the behaviors you like.
This class meets every Wednesday evening at different locations in the Eugene, Springfield area.
Take a Hike
Date: Dec.3, 2016
During the spring and summer, this class meets every other Saturday at different hiking locations in the Eugene, Springfield area. Your dog will learn the basics of trail hiking. Walking on a loose leash, when to slow down, and when to hurry up and other trail dog etiquette.
Tricks and Treats
Cost: $25 Date: November 14 Time: 6:00-8:00 pm Location: Fairfield Annex Gymnasium 3455 Royal Ave.
This class teaches your dog easy to learn tricks. Tricks are the foundation for mental stimulation, good behaviors and fun entertainment.
Your dog will learn how to touch, spin, wave, head down, crawl, back up and special requested behaviors.
Fun and games. Playing games is a great way to teach and reinforce basic manners, build confidence, prevent problems. This class meets monthly. Hide and seek, tug, fetch, go to your mat/rug, and many more.
This class meets monthly
Got Problems? Help is on the Way. This workshop explains and demonstrates easy solutions to some serious problems and some not so serious problems too.
Help for the fearful dog. This class helps your dog gain confidence. If your dog is afraid of something (or everything) in his world, get a Bravery Boost!You may have “tried treats” for teaching your dog to overcome his fears of children, dogs, loud noises, etc. But as they say, the Devil is in the Details. You will learn about how timing, the choice of treat or toy, and even the way you are breathing affects how quickly (or even if) your shy dog will overcome their fear. We also talk about how to help your dog overcome fear without treats or toys, using a technique called Behavior Adjustment Training.
Help for the stingy dog. Teaching your dog to share
If your playful, but barking dog won’t focus on you long enough to keep quiet in regular dog training classes, this class is for you! Our goal is to teach you how to keep your dog calm and quiet around other dogs, so that you can enjoy regular dog training classes. Your dog will learn a cue for quiet (stop barking or don’t start barking) but we’ll also give you tools so that your dog can decide to not bark in the first place. Barky Dog session is to focus on their humans around other dogs. As a handler, you will learn to get and keep focus from your dog using positive reinforcement. Don’t expect a miraculous recovery after this class, but you will have more skills!
Understanding and Training the Pit Bull. How to teach your pit bull self control and to look to you for guidance and direction. This is a force free class.
Pit Bull 101
Intro to Dog Training
If your dog slinks off the couch when you come home, does he know he wasn’t supposed to be on it? Do dogs share the same feelings we do? Should they walk on the left or the right? Should I use treats or no treats? What is the Alpha Roll and should you do it? What is the difference between command based training and reinforcement training?
Find out why your dog does what he does and how to teach him to do what you want. Learn how to be the leader and have your dog love you for it snd much, much more