Classes of up to 5 students each meet weekly in our dedicated classroom. Schedules are variable–we try to mix things up so that if one class doesn’t work with your schedule, check back! We are always adding new classes and moving things around.
Week night classes meet once a week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts 1 hour.
Saturday classes (only offered in winter) meet once a week for 4 weeks. Each session lasts 90 minutes.
If you need help with something specific (perhaps you are working on a particular skill for a dog sport, or have a behavior issue that needs to be addressed) or have a variable schedule, private training may be a better option for you.
Our rate is $70 per hour, or you can purchase 4 1-hour sessions at a time for $250 ($62.50 per hour).
Just like with humans, massage provides many benefits to our canine partners—not just our competition partners, but also for senior dogs and even puppies. Massage helps with the elimination of toxins (lactic acid) in the muscles, enhances muscle tone, and can lead to increased range of motion by restoring muscle to the proper length, increasing circulation, and assisting in the healing process. In addition, the release of endorphins feels great to your dog! Please note that I am not a veterinarian, and massage, while recommended by many veterinarians, is not a replacement for veterinary care. There are some dogs that are not good candidates for massage (such as those with a known cancer, or untreated injury, or on certain medications).
Our rate is $50 for a single massage or $200 for a package of 5 massages. Each massage takes between 45 to 60 minutes.