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Guided Group Dog Training Sessions
- Location: Victor Eaves Park Orewa
- 1-hour-long sessions
- Ideal for 5.5 months old dogs and up
- $65 Per Class
Our Guided Group Dog Training classes, located at the tranquil Victor Eaves Park, Orewa, provide more than just obedience training. They’re immersive, hour-long experiences designed to transform your dog, aged 5.5 months and up, into a more resilient, focused, and well-rounded companion.
We firmly believe that consistency is key, and here’s why your regular attendance can unlock a world of difference:
- Upskilling: Frequent practice in our classes solidifies new behaviours, gradually turning them into your dog’s second nature.
- Consistent Communication: Regular classes help maintain a transparent, constant communication line between you and your pet, enhancing understanding and trust.
- Environmental Exposure: Each session aids your dog in adapting to different environments, people, and dogs, nurturing a calm and focused temperament amidst distractions.
Each class is more than a training platform. It’s a vibrant community for dog lovers where you can share experiences, learn from peers, and receive high-quality instruction from expert dog trainers committed to your dog’s growth and happiness.
Priced at only $65 per session, our group classes are an investment in lasting companionship and mutual understanding with your furry friend.
Join us today. Open the door to your dog’s fullest potential and an incredible community of dog lovers!
$65 Per Session
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Our Tailored Group Classes
Unleash the power of communication with your leash. This class focuses on establishing a foundation of respect between you and your furry friend, working on skills like heel, and creating a dog that focuses on you, not lunging or pulling on the lead. Great for both beginners and those looking to strengthen basic leash manners.
Down Stay and Focus
In this class, we emphasize the importance of self-control. Learn to prevent your dog from jumping on guests or picking up items at home. The skills taught here also help build confidence in anxious and fearful dogs, promoting a calm, balanced demeanor.
Distraction and Distance
Step up your training with this more advanced class. We may go for walks through bustling areas of Orewa or practice down stays in various environments. Ensure your dog's basic leash skills and obedience are solid before joining this class.
This class is all about controlled dog exposure. We work on drills that build a positive association with other dogs and humans, which is essential for any dog. This class aids in creating positive associations with the environment, people, and other dogs.
Master the art of recall in this class. We teach you how to use a long line and treats to establish a solid recall. Participants should have attended at least one Leash Fundamentals class before enrolling.
Our Class Timetable
Our current timetable showcases classes for the upcoming two months. However, we continuously update and add to this schedule. So, if you’re looking to book a session further out, don’t worry! Simply reach out to us, and we’ll assist you in arranging a class that suits your timing.
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Creating a clear communication system that both you and your dog understand is key to dog training and lasting success.
Frequently Asked Questions
Your Questions Answered
Group classes are ideal for dogs aged 5.5 months and older. This ensures that all dogs in the class have basic obedience training, making the class productive for everyone.
Each class is designed to focus on one dog-owner pair at a time for effective learning. If you have more than one dog, we recommend enrolling them in separate classes or scheduling private consultations.
Not at all! Our expert trainers are skilled in working with dogs at all levels of training and socialization. They will ensure your dog feels comfortable and can participate fully in the class activities.
For each class, bring your dog on a leash along with any special treats or toys that your dog particularly likes. These can be used as motivational aids during training.
Our trainers are experienced in managing and working with dogs that have different temperaments. However, for dogs with severe aggression or anxiety issues, we recommend starting with private training sessions before joining group classes.
Each group training class is 1 hour long.
While the frequency can depend on your dog’s needs and your own schedule, we recommend regular attendance to get the most benefit. Regular practice helps consolidate learning and promotes better communication between you and your dog.
We recommend starting at the beginning of a course to ensure you and your dog don’t miss out on any critical skills. If you can’t join from the start, get in touch with us, and we’ll try to accommodate your needs.