Flexible Levels Obedience Training!
How it works? A Levels Membership allows you to train as many times as you want during the membership period.
What is the curriculum? There are four levels of training. Level One is the Foundation Skills Level. Level Two is the Manners Level.
Level Three is the Intermediate Skills Level, and Level Four is the Advanced Skills Level.
Is is right for your dog? All dogs will benefit from this training program! Our levels take each dog from Basic Obedience skills in Levels One and Two, through the Canine Good Citizen skills and off leash training in Levels Three and Four!
Here is how it works:
All dogs begin in Level One. Dogs must meet certain criteria and, after just a few sessions, graduate to Level Two. You can train in any class that is at your dog's level or below! This means that Level Two dogs have the opportunity to train up to 8 times each week!
Levels One and Two focus on building a trust based relationship, orientation to owner, and solid foundation obedience skills.
Dogs must meet the criteria set forth in each level to graduate to the next level.
How do you get started?
Step One - Attend Orientation
Step Two - Purchase Your Membership
Step Three - Enroll in a Level One Class
Registration is open at Levels Orientation
Register before September 5th for a Levels Membership at the introductory prices!
Membership prices will increase in September!
Our next Reactive Rovers seminar will be October.
AKC CANINE GOOD CITIZEN TESTING
Does your puppy have what it takes to be a good citizen?We are offering a CGC test in September! Passing the test is the first step towards becoming a therapy dog.
Our CGC Test date is September 24th. We have 3 time slots for testing:
10:00 am, 11:30 am, and 1:00 pm
Registration required at AKC Canine Good Citizen Test
Day training is a great way to establish new behaviors or quickly begin to diminish some problem behaviors.
Is day training right for your dog?
Give us a call to discuss your needs!
Every other month we will feature a charity and collect donations for them.
July, 2016 we have chosen Our House of Hope Food Pantry in Lake County.
They accept any brand of dog, cat, or pet food, which can be dropped off at the training center at any time.
Cash donations are also accepted.
We will match any monetary contribution!
Questions about what type of training is right for your dog? Call us at 847-235-2263
Did you know...
We limit most of our classes to less than 6 students.
This allows us to have more time for each student in a class.
Convenient for all our students! Daytime classes!
More class variety! Smaller class sizes!
Weekend Workshops too!
Don't let summer get away! - Brush up on your dog's manners or teach him something new!
Packages are a great way to fit training into your schedule!
We currently offer the following packages:
PUPPY PACKAGE (Introductory lesson, plus 4, 1 hour sessions)
MANNERS PACKAGE (Introductory lesson plus 4, 1 hour sessions)
CONTINUING EDUCATION** 4, 1 hour sessions (**sorry, current students only)
REACTIVITY PACKAGE (Initial Evaluation plus 4, 1 hour sessions)
*Package must be paid for at time of first lesson. Package must be used within 3 months of first lesson.
No refunds are given for unused package sessions.Packages Available
To schedule, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 847-235-2263
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A gift certificate is a great way to give the gift of good behavior!
Perfect for welcome someone's new puppy!