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Manners Training For Life

Training your dog is a two-way process, with communication between you both.  And with good communication your training will enable you to enjoy your dog more fully.   A well trained dog can enjoy sharing life with your family, without needing to be excluded.  


The time invested in training your canine friend will pay off with years of great companionship. 

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Puppy Life Skills

for puppies under 5 months old

Drop In * $25/session (plz Fetch below)

5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28 * 11:00 AM

Prospect Park, Hudson

The whole family is encouraged to participate.

This course will focus on teaching life skills and concepts.

  • positive introductions to novel things and experiences

  • structured interaction play

  • teach your pup to love being handled

  • basic skills such as name recognition, sit and come when called

  • impulse control games, learning self control

  • calming strategies for those crazy times

  • management ideas to keep you sane and your puppy safe


Quick Manners

for dogs 5 months & older

4 sessions  $89

5/2, 5/9, 5/16/ 5/23 * 6:30-7:30 pm

Prospect Park, Hudson

This class is great for adolescent and adult dogs and to strengthen the bond between you and your canine friend. 

As a team, you and your dog will work with basic manners such as:

  • polite sits instead of jumping

  • paying attention

  • come when called

  •  walking without pulling

  • sit and wait at door, no more door dashing

  • impulse control

  • open discussion problem solving

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Canine Good Citizen

for dogs 5 months & older

6 sessions + test  $120

5/4 - 6/15 * 6:30-7:30 pm

Prospect Park, Hudson

Dogs must complete a Basic Training course

or pass a skills evaluation to join.

Also a Prerequisite for Therapy Dog Training

Your dog will develop better manners in the face of distractions.  

  • Solid sits & down stays

  • Reliable recalls

  • Polite greetings with people and dogs

  • Walking without pulling no matter what is going on around you. 

  • Family members are encouraged to participate

  • Dogs that pass the CGC test (optional) will receive a certificate and title from the American Kennel Club (includes mix breeds). 


Hey Rover..Come Here

2 sessions  $35

5/26 & 6/2  6:20-7:30 pm

Meyer Middle School, River Falls

Does your canine friend ignore you when you call him?  Teaching your dog to come when he is called is the most important lesson you can impart to him.  A dog that responds immediately and consistently when you call him can enjoy freedoms that other dogs cannot.  We will also use distractions so your dog learns that coming to you is the best thing he can do.


Polite Greetings

2 sessions  $35

5/5 & 5/12  6:00-7:00 pm

Meyer MiddleSchool, River Falls

An enthusiastic greeting from your dog can be flattering, but you and visitors alike hate It when your dog unexpectedly jumps up on you, getting you dirty or knocking you down. It is possible to turn that annoying habit into a polite one!


Walking in Partnership

3 sessions  $40

5/9, 5/16, 5/23 6:00-7:00

Baldwin School District Office


5/10, 5/17, 5/24  6:30-7:30 pm

Meyer Middle School, River Falls

Is your dog walking you instead of the other way around? Do you dread going for walks? Are your arms and shoulders aching? Is he a barking maniac? Yes, walking an out of control dog is incredibly frustrating. Let’s change that! Learn exercises to teach you and your dog to walk in a calm, pleasant, and fun partnership