Obedience Training

Specialized Group Classes

Dog Contest


This is for all dogs of all ages

Classes are structured as 4-week courses.

 Dog agility is a dog sport in which a handler directs a dog through an obstacle course. FUN-gility is not about the race, time or accuracy. It’s about having fun and communicating with your dog.

The athletic challenge:

  • keeps a dog fit

  • helps prevent obesity

  • increases endurance

  • strengthens bones and joints 

  • agility course exercises a dog's mind

  • opportunities to learn and solve problems

  • agility training will also help you keep in shape!

  • membership plans available


Dog agility is a popular canine sport in which a handler directs a dog through a variety of obstacles such as a tunnel, teeter-totter, tire jump, weave poles, pause table, and standard jumps.


Dog Walking


This is a 5-week course and attendance is required for all 5 classes


The Canine Good Citizen (CGC) program, is an American Kennel Club (AKC) program to promote responsible dog ownership and to encourage the training of well-mannered dogs. 

CGC is a 10-skill training program that is open to all dogs–purebred and mixed breed–that focuses on teaching the basics of good manners and obedience, instilling the values of responsible ownership, and strengthening the bond between you and your dog at home and out in the community.

Once your dog passes the CGC. test, which is given during the 5th class, you will be eligible to send in your AKC CGC application. For details on this program you can visit AKC directly.

Some homeowners' insurance programs or hotels offer discounts for CGC dogs, and an increasing number of apartments and condos see passing the CGC test as a major bonus for becoming a resident.

Class takes place the first 4-weeks and the test is on the 5th week which is open to the public for $25.

  • STAR Puppy, Community Canine, AKC Urban CGC is also available


(includes test)

Teaching Tricks

Monthly Group Classes

Come and learn anything you want. Come and ask anything you want.

(2nd Friday of every month)



  • This is designed to give humans an opportunity to help overcome any obstacles with their dog.

  • This is a great opportunity to get help issues going on with your pup or simply set your new dog up for success.

  • Coming with or without your dog is an option as a class environment is not always a right fit for every dog but still a way to learn what to do and how to do

  • 1) FOSTER FRIDAY: This is for foster parents working through an organization who need help and want to make a positive impact on the pet

  • 2) Brand new adoptees: This is great if you recently adopted a pet through an organization and want to success on the right foot. ( Must have adopted within 60 days of the class)

  • 3) Past or current clients: This is an opportunity to work out any new issues that has arises. You can use this as maintenance  sessions or to advance a skill set. This is also just a great platform if you need a place to work with your dog.

  • 4) Open to the public if you need help with 1-2 things with your dog (virtual consult is required)