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“Dog Training for Kids”

A “SweetHeart” of a deal! New for February!
We are offering for the first time ever a class designed just for kids to learn to train their dogs.
Do you have a budding dog trainer? Was a dog purchased for a companion for a specific child in the family?
Starting Friday: February 2nd at 7 pm
Your child and dog/puppy will spend Fridays with our expert staff and the result will be a trained dog and happy child.
Your pup will learn the basics: Attention getting, sit stay, come when called, walk on a loose leash, down stay calming techniques, great games to play with dogs properly, stop jumping, mouthing, and more. Your child will learn how to work as a team with their dog, learn appropriate ways to play and a couple of neat tricks.
The only rule of engagement is that your child can actually handle the dog…once we show them how..i.e 50 pound child….90 pound dog….mmm not the best scenario?
Class size is VERY limited
You MUST call me to enroll!
918-504-1764

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Traditional Beginning Dog Classes

  • Mar 18, 2015
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We offer traditional beginning classes for your adult dog or puppy at our custom training facility in Tulsa, at 51st and Memorial!

In a traditional training class, your dog learns to work and learn around strange people and dogs in new environments, you get to network with other dog owners in a fun and relaxing family environment!

Our beginning class covers:

  • Sit Stay and Down Stay
  • Recall (coming when called)
  • Heeling on a Loose Lead
  • Leave it
  • Proper greeting behavior
  • addressing any aggression, anxiety, or problem behaviors
  • crate and potty training

 

Classes are 6 weeks long, for one hour once a week. When you become a student with us, you also receive unlimited phone support outside of class.

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Our classes have a maximum of 12 people and fill quickly, so please call 918-504-1764 today to reserve your spot!

 

 

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