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Servicing Sewell, NJ and surrounding areas

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Dog Tricks Class

Trick training is a great way to have fun with your dog. 

Benefits of Dog Tricks

Trick training provides both physical exercise and mental stimulation. This means your dog will be tired and content after practicing in class.

Teaching tricks is a great way to bond and have fun with your dog.

Many owners find that trick training improves their dog's focus. You and your dog will learn how to work together.

Your skills will grow! Many great dog trainers got started with trick training. The process will bring you from "newbie" to "expert" in no time!

Working toward the goal of DMWYD titles will help keep you training on a regular basis and focused on your progress. But if titles aren't your thing, you can still have a great time teaching your dog something new and fun.

In this class, we teach most of the tricks at the Novice and Intermediate levels of DMWYD  And AKC Trick Dog titles.

It's easy to get started, so come join us!

 

4 Weekly One Hour Classes

  • Learn how to train your dog to do a variety of tricks.

  • Tricks are a great way to bond with your dog. Training tricks is an excellent way to add mental enrichment into your dog's life.

  • Trick training provides both physical and mental exercise.

  • Teaching tricks is a great way to bond and have fun with your dog.

  • Many pet owners find that trick training improves their dog's focus because they learn to work with their dog as a team.

  • All tricks taught in this 4 week group class are tricks that can be used to earn trick dog titles with DMWYD (Do More With Your Dog) and AKC (American Kennel Club).

  • Cue's you will learn how to train include:

  • Spin (left and right)

  • Sit Pretty/Stick em Up

  • Roll Over

  • Play Dead

  • Figure 8's

  • Go around an object

  • Follow a target

  • Paw

  • Nose Touch

  • Back up

  • Peekaboo

  • and more.

New Class Starting:

Friday February 8, 2019 at 7pm

"A loose leash dog walk is a joy! ... If your dog pulls on the leash, then the walk is neither healthy for your dog nor relaxing for you. It's also a sign that you and your dog are not paying attention to each other -- it takes two to pull, after all. Walks with your dog should feel like walking meditation, not a battle!"

~ Dog Training Expert, Grisha Strewart, MA, CPDT-KA

Group classes are always small and focus on addressing how to handle everyday problem behaviors, in addition to the topic of the class. 

Dogs of all skill levels welcome in all classes! 

$150