Practice makes better, and what better way to practice than with our team of professional trainers at your side to guide you through all the distractions that might come up.
The outside world has a plethora of distractions that may be hard to control. Let us help. With Group Classes, you have the opportunity to work around distractions but in a controlled manner that isn’t overwhelming.
No matter what your schedule is like, we can work around you. With over a dozen different classes running every week there is plenty of opportunity to fit us into your busy life.
The goal for Group Class is to keep you training. The more you practice the better you’ll get and with curriculums centered around progress, every time you attend Group Class you’ll see improvement on some level.
But don’t take our word for it. See what our students think of us.
Attending the included classes has taught me, as well as the dog, and aided me in teaching my other pet at home on our own time schedule. The instruction is quite structured and makes sense helping us both understand the reasons for the commands and the proper responses.Marshall M.
What an awesome Level 1 Obedience class for me and Hopkins. He is 8 months old and the Level 1 class helped to keep me focused on the goals of my training. They gave me ideas for new ways to approach training challenges as well as providing encouragement and recognition of our accomplishments.Ann W.
I highly recommend Partners Dog Training School; I’ve been a client for over 15 years. I have boarded my dog several times, taken classes in obedience, agility & dock diving/swimming. I was able to take what I learned in the agility classes and show my Golden in agility trials for several years.Hope K.
Frequently Asked Questions
In the event that you cannot make it to class for any reason, you are allowed to make up two classes. Since most of our classes have a weekend class and a weeknight class you may be able to drop in to one of those. Keep in mind not all classes start on the same week, so the other class may be ahead or behind you in the curriculum. Always talk to your instructor to see what would be the best option for you.
We like to keep the class sizes between 5- 10 dogs.
No. Group classes are set up to cover the basics. If you have a dog that has issues with people and/or other dogs you need to come in for an evaluation to see what training option would be the best fit for you and your dog.
Group Class are 8 weeks long and each class is for 1 hour.
On the weekends all of our classes are held outside. On the weeknights classes can be held out doors or in doors depending on the weather.
For the first class just bring your dog on a leash and secure collar. Make sure that you have control of the dog and that the dog cannot slip out of his/her collar. Your instructor will go over all the equipment you will need during your first class.
Treats are always a good idea too!