The K-9 Clinic offers a variety of dog training classes and clinics, featuring obedience, agility, search and more. We make dog obedience training fun for you and your dog! Check out the variety of classes, specialty training programs and certifications we offer.
No Class-Wednesday Night April 16th, 2014
New Therapy Dog Program started March 30th-Sunday at 11:00am. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details and if you would like information for the next start date.
Taco Training Night Saturday, April 12th, 2014 at 5pm. We will have dog training, then stay and have a taco or two or three…:)! Cost is $25 ($20 Members).
Trim and Train! NEW START DATE - Thursday, April 17th, 2014 at 6:00pm. A fun fitness class for both you and your dog. Cost is $25 (Members $20)
New Obedience Classes start Saturday, April 19th, 2014. Please view our calendar for class times. If you would like to sign up for class, please email us at email@example.com or call (831)684.0861. Please be sure to call if there is questionable weather!
Visit our Breeding page for our current available dogs!
Questionable weather? Please call our recorder the morning of training at (831)684.0861 or check our website for the latest updates on training conditions.
Need Directions? Visit our Contact page, please note our office is closed Mondays.
Homework for Group Classes!
Remember to practice only 10-15 min per session, 1-2 times per day. Heel with turns
- Heeling: No more pulling, sniffing while heeling. Every time you stop walking, they should sit (Pop up on the head, push down on their bottom)
- Heeling with turns (Right, Left, Right about, Left about, Turn into)-remember to walk straight!
- Start your Down Stays. Remember to start small and do circles.
***Remember do not correct unless you can follow through, and 0 Tolerance***
Practice 10-15 min per session, 1-2 times per day
- Continue practicing your down stays, start increasing, time, distance and distractions
- If they break the down, Long Dark Road
- Have fun with your dogs and try some obstacles on your walk-Remember, SAFETY is the number 1 rule!