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Advanced Obedience Training Class – Starting on Apr. 24, 2021 at 11:00AM

Advanced Obedience, teaches you and your dog that next critical level of communication allowing the dog to develop good behavior skills making them easier to control both at home and in social and community settings. This class as with all obedience classes is another opportunity to build a better bond of trust between you and your dog.
In this bonding experience with your dog, you will both learn, Advanced Sit, Down In Place, Come when called both on and off leash, Basic Retrieving and Advanced Healing. This class is critical in building upon the basic obedience skills that your dog knows to bring them to that next level where they become even easier to control.
As you work with your dog to teach this expanded skill set, you’ll discover the many benefits and joys of training. You’ll enhance your bond with your dog, and dogs with Advanced Obedience training are a joy to live with. This class is truly the next logical step in responsible guardianship.

Upon successful completion of this class, you and your dog will have mastered the following:
1. Advanced Sit Command
2. Advanced Down
3. Advanced Healing Commands
4. Place Command
5. Coming When Called On Leash
6. Coming When Called Off Leash
7. Retrieving
8. Introduction of an E-Collar

Dates: April 24, May 1, 8, 22, and May 29 (Please note this class is not held on 5 consecutive weeks, we will be skipping May 15)  

Time: 11:00 AM – NOON

Location: Harris Lake Park 2112 County Park Dr, New Hill, NC 27562

Vaccination records must be emailed to Patrice@dynamicdogsnc.com  5 days prior to the start of class.

Please be sure to bring a 6 foot leash and a water bowl and water for your dog.   There is plenty of parking and space on site and we will practice social distancing so we all feel safe. 

We are looking forward to having you and your Dynamic Dog in our Advanced Obedience Class.

REGISTRATION

$250.00

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