Class Schedule (Use our directions only for Osteen location. Do not trust GPS/cellphone GPS)
Basic Manners 11 a.m., Osteen. Free optional agility intro noon.
|Agility 9 a.m., Osteen |
Agility 9 a.m., Osteen. No classes Sat. Apr. 1.
|Manners Plus (intermediate level) noon, Osteen. ||Advanced obedience, rally 10 a.m., Osteen.|
Advanced obedience, rally 10 a.m., Osteen. No classes Sat. Apr. 1.
|Supervised play time 11 a.m. for approved dogs.|
Manners Plus (intermediate level) 11 a.m., Osteen. No classes Sat. Apr. 1.
|Orientation (Week 1 for all PuppyLove & Basic Manners sessions) by appointment, 5 p.m., Osteen||Orientation (Week 1 for all PuppyLove & Basic Manners sessions) by appointment, 5:30 p.m., DeLand ||Orientation (Week 1 for all PuppyLove & Basic Manners sessions) by appointment, 4:30 p.m., Osteen.|
Basic Manners noon, Osteen. Free optional agility intro 11:45 a.m. No classes Sat. Apr. 1.
|PuppyLove 6:30 p.m., Osteen. Free optional agility intro 6:15 p.m. ||PuppyLove 6:30 p.m., DeLand||Manners Plus (intermediate level) 5:30 p.m., Osteen.|
PuppyLove 1:30 p.m., Osteen. Free optional agility intro 1:15 p.m. No classes Sat. Apr. 1.
|Versatility obedience & agility (combined class) 7:30 p.m., Osteen|
Basic Manners 7 p.m., DeLand
|Basic Manners 6:30 p.m., Osteen. Free optional agility intro 6:15 p.m.||Most Saturdays supervised play time 2:30 p.m. for approved BPF dogs. No play time Sat. Apr. 1.|
Refund policy: For class cancellations 1 week or less before your first class, you will receive credit for an upcoming series, private class or workshop that begins within 6 months of the original start date.
Private & Orientation (Week 1) classes by appointment
*indicates common time slots available
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April 2016 Testimonial:
“Charlie is doing really well. It appears that he finally understood that he doesn't have to greet with every dog he sees. He no longer shows much interest in other dogs, including new dogs, in the agility class. He also responds very well to ‘leave it’ when he passes by other dogs, even excited dogs, in close proximity at the farmer's market. He also responds well to my recall when other dogs walk by in front of our front yard, which is separated from the sidewalk by an iron-bar fence. I am a proud mom of a well-behaved cocker spaniel! “