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Foundation Family Dog Manners

For friendly family dogs young & old

Six-week class covering basic obedience behaviors like sit, down, stay, walk nicely, greet politely and come when called.

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Foundation Family Dog Manners

For friendly family dogs young & old

Six-week class covering basic obedience behaviors like sit, down, stay, walk nicely, greet politely and come when called.

Foundation Family Dog Manners
starting dates/times

Graduates of Foundation Family Dog Manners can move on to
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Foundation Family Dog Manners

For friendly family dogs young & old

Six-week class covering basic obedience behaviors like sit, down, stay, walk nicely, greet politely and come when called.

Class meets once a week for 6 weeks, on the same day and at the same time each week. Each classroom session lasts for 55 minutes. Choose a starting date/time for details and to register for that 6-week series.

The cost of the 6 week series is $200. Class is limited to 8 dogs.

We’ll cover basic obedience behaviors like sit, down, stay, walk nicely, greet politely and come when called.

The classroom environment offers you the opportunity to practice these skills around dogs and handlers working on the same activities. The small class size ensures plenty of individualized coaching. Portions of this class may be held outside, weather and activity permitting.

The instructor for the Tuesday classes is Lisa Frank. Lisa enjoys teaching manners class because she can see the person and dog strengthen their bond and improve communication — all while working together to develop the dog’s skills. This occurs whether the dog is brand new to the family or a long cherished household member improving existing skills

The instructor for the Wednesday and Saturday classes is Chad Byerly. Chad enjoys helping dogs learn to focus on their owners — and helping owners learn to connect with and motivate their dogs — even in distracting environments.

Foundation Family Dog Manners is a reward-based class. Treats, toys, play and praise are generously utilized.

Lisa and Chad recommend that you bring your dog to class on a front-clip harness or a flat buckle collar or regular harness. Bring a six-foot leash, lots of tasty, healthy treats and a tug toy (optional), settle mat (optional).

Foundation Family Dog Manners is for friendly family dogs of any age. As long as your dog is old enough to have received his first rabies vaccination, he may register for this class.

Our adult dog classes are intended for dogs who are able to be comfortable and focused around other dogs in a relatively small space. Although a little bit of barking at the beginning of class is acceptable, dogs who bark throughout class or at other dogs are not good candidates for this class, and should check out our Private Coaching Sessions instead.

Foundation Family Dog Manners
starting dates/times

Graduates of Foundation Family Dog Manners can move on to

Class meets once a week for 6 weeks, on the same day and at the same time each week. Each classroom session lasts for 55 minutes. Choose a starting date/time for details and to register for that 6-week series.

The cost of the 6 week series is $200. Class is limited to 8 dogs.

We’ll cover basic obedience behaviors like sit, down, stay, walk nicely, greet politely and come when called.

The classroom environment offers you the opportunity to practice these skills around dogs and handlers working on the same activities. The small class size ensures plenty of individualized coaching. Portions of this class may be held outside, weather and activity permitting.

The instructor for the Tuesday classes is Lisa Frank. Lisa enjoys teaching manners class because she can see the person and dog strengthen their bond and improve communication — all while working together to develop the dog’s skills. This occurs whether the dog is brand new to the family or a long cherished household member improving existing skills

The instructor for the Wednesday and Saturday classes is Chad Byerly. Chad enjoys helping dogs learn to focus on their owners — and helping owners learn to connect with and motivate their dogs — even in distracting environments.

Foundation Family Dog Manners is a reward-based class. Treats, toys, play and praise are generously utilized.

Lisa and Chad recommend that you bring your dog to class on a front-clip harness or a flat buckle collar or regular harness. Bring a six-foot leash, lots of tasty, healthy treats and a tug toy (optional), settle mat (optional).

Foundation Family Dog Manners is for friendly family dogs of any age. As long as your dog is old enough to have received his first rabies vaccination, he may register for this class.

Our adult dog classes are intended for dogs who are able to be comfortable and focused around other dogs in a relatively small space. Although a little bit of barking at the beginning of class is acceptable, dogs who bark throughout class or at other dogs are not good candidates for this class, and should check out our Private Coaching Sessions instead.

If you think you might like to take Foundation Family Dog Manners in the future, let us know.  We’ll keep track of your interest and send you an email when we post the next available times.