Advanced Disc Instructor: Melissa Saturday mornings, 10 am. 6 week session, $180.
If you've taken the beginning disc class and want to put your skills together, then this is the class for you. Each student sets individual goals. Goals included from former / current students:
-Put together a disc dog routine to music for competition -Vault dog off of legs or back
-Concentrate on impulse control -Learn trick throws
-Teach dog to back flip -...and more!
Capped at 4 students for maximum individual attention.
Sports Sampler Instructor: Melissa Saturday mornings 11:30 am. 3 week session, $100. Next session TBD
Try some of our most popular sports classes! We will show you the basics of disc, agility, and scent work. This is a good way to try out a sport before committing to a 6 week session.
Beginning Manners Instructor: Diane Saturdays @3 pm, or Wednesdays @10:15 am. Rolling admission, 6 classes $150.
For dogs older than 5 months. Start fresh with new skills or brush up if you haven't been training for awhile. We will cover Sit, Down, Stay, Leave it/Take it/Drop it, Leash Walking and Go to Mat, as well as specific areas that the group would like to work on. Each dog/handler team progresses at their own speed, moving to the next level as they master each skill.
Agility 1. Instructor: Leah. Sundays at 10:15 am. or Tuesdays at 8:30 pm 6 week session, $180.
For dogs new to agility. You dog will jump, climb and go through tunnels as you learn to communicate as a team. Prerequisite: must have completed a basic obedience/manners class.
Loose Leash walking class Instructors: Dan and Yana. Wednesdays at 8 pm. Four week session, $120.
Focus on the skills needed to enjoy walks with your dog! Next session TBD
Ring Rentals You may rent our 2400 square foot matted and climate controlled ring to practice your sport, or just play and chase a ball. Perfect for those bad weather days! Click here for more info, and please call or email to sign up.
Beginning Scent work Instructor: Diane Saturdays at 2 pm. 6 week session, $150.
Scent work is a game any dog can play- age, athletic ability, even obedience level are not important. It's a great way to build confidence in a shy dog or burn off energy in an active dog.
Advanced Scent work Tuesdays @ 5 pm. Level 2 Scent work Tuesdays at 6 pm and Saturdays at 2 pm- all by permission of instructor
Beginner Disc Instructor: Melissa Saturday mornings 9 am, 6 week session, $180.
If you call it Frisbee (tm), we'll forgive you, but for trademark reasons, the F word is banned!
In this introduction to disc dog, the handler will learn a new disc throw per week, and the dog will learn one new trick per week. Each team will learn "Take It," "Drop It," and "Come," which will come in handy for all other classes offered at EveryDogLLC. This is a great class for dogs who have a lot of energy but might need help with impulse control, and likes to chase toys.
This is a prerequisite for the Advanced Disc Dog Class. Capped at 4 students for maximum individual attention.
Teen Dog 2 Instructor: Lucy Mondays 6:30 pm. Six week session, $180.
This class is similar to Teen Dog 1, but for adolescent dogs who are further along in their training, by permission of instructor. We will begin to prepare for the Canine Good Citizen test
Puppy Kindergarten Instructor: Diane Saturdays at 4 pm. Rolling admission, 6 classes for $150. New! Saturdays at 11:30 with Melissa
Get your puppy (under 20 weeks) off to a great start! We work on basic obedience skills, with plenty of time to discuss puppy issues and socialization.
Orientation Weds. at 9:30 am or Saturdays at 5:15 pm, by appointment. Free. This short class is required before starting Beginning Manners, Puppy Kindergarten, or Teen Dog, and would be helpful for anyone new to Everydog classes. Humans only!
"Tug, and Find It" Instructor: Dan. Wednesdays at 8 pm, 4 weeks. Advance your dog's skills using games- work on the obedience skills needed to play these games properly. Next session TBD
Agility 2. Instructor: Leah. Sundays at 11:30 am. or Tuesdays at 7:15 pm. 6 week session, $180.
In this class you will start to combine obstacle skills into a course. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
Competition Obedience Foundation Skills Instructor: Lucy Grant-Ruane, CVT Mondays 6:00 pm, start date TBD.
We will work on components to skills needed for competition obedience in order to build a strong foundation, or break down and clean up previously learned elements of skills, in order to see behavior closer to the handlers wanted picture.
Science based methods will be reviewed and utilized. Rewards such as food, toys etc will be used. Clicker use is recommended for best results. If a clicker is not used, a consistent marker word is required.
This class is limited to 4 students. Classes will be held in 4 week increments, at this time.
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Agility 3. Instructor: Leah. Sundays at 12:45 pm. 6 week session, $180.
More advanced handling skills will be taught. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
Reactive Dog 1. Instructors: Leah, Jenny. Thursdays at 6:45. 4 week session, $120. Reactive Dog 2- Thursdays at 8 pm
Does your dog bark, lunge and get stressed when they see other dogs, people or strange sights? Learn skills to help yourself and your dog stay calm in these situations. This semi private class has at least a 1:2 instructor:student ratio for maximum safety and attention.
Puppy Standard (Advanced Puppy) Instructors: Dan and Yana Wednesdays at 6:45 pm. Six week session, $180.
Now that you've been through the basics, start raising the standards for your puppy! In this intermediate level class, we will focus on gaining and keeping your puppy's attention with distractions; impulse control; proper greetings/redirected jumping; sit stays at doors; stay/place work; basics of recall; target touch.
Teen Dogs 1 Instructor: Lucy Mondays 7:30 pm. Six week session, $180
This class is for dogs 6-18 months, designed to teach impulse control and body awareness. A great next step after Puppy K or Beginning Manners. Dogs will work on polite greetings, leash manners, stays, and learn not to jump up. Owners will learn how to work with their adolescent dog, and understand how they are different from puppies and adults.