1575 E. North Territorial Rd  
  Whitmore Lake, MI 48189
  734-995-2801

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    CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

    HOUSEHOLD OBEDIENCE

    These classes are designed to teach basic control (age appropriate) in a variety of situations with distractions. Exercises taught include sit, down, stand, stay, come and controlled walking on a leash. Focus is on household manners to help dog adapt to family life. The puppy level classes also include basic problem solving (e.g., chewing, jumping up, etc.). Most classes use food (soft treats) or silent toys in training. A class with a C teaches how to use a clicker in training.

    KPT Puppy Kindergarten Training
    (no pre-requisite) For puppies 10 -18 weeks when class starts. Includes a play session for this age level.
    5 12 Month Pups
    ( no pre-requisite) Puppies too old for the KPT class. Geared for the teen-age puppy.
    5 12 Month Pup / S.T.A.R. Program
    (no pre-requisite) also includes exercises to help handler/dog team meet the requirements for the Canine Good Citizen (CGC) test. The S.T.A.R. program is an exciting new program designed to get the dog owner and new puppy off to a good start. The focus is on Socialization, Training, Activity, and Responsibility
    Household I
    (no pre-requisite) for the dog over 6 months of age when class starts and with minimal training or only KPT level training. Class can be repeated.
    Household I (C)
    (no pre-requisite) for the dog over 6 months of age. Introduction to the use of a clicker in training the dog, in addition to using treats. Class can be repeated.
    Household II
    (Household I or equivalent) Continue skills learned in Household I and working on the Canine Good Citizen (CGC) exercises. Team exposed to increasing levels of distractions/difficult situations to develop learning. Begin working on the skills needed in competitive obedience and rally. Class can be repeated.
    Advanced CGC and test
    The advanced CGC or AKC Community Canine title has additional skills to continue working on CGC.