Now offering private lessons for agility on Saturday afternoons.

IF you have been in classes with us for agility and don’t see availability, please send Katrina a message.  She may be able to add an additional class.


March group classes – enrollment open


Start date:  Sunday March 5 th 

10:00 am  Puppy Skills n Drills

11:00 am  Surviving puppyhood

  1:00 pm  Agility- FULL

  2:15 pm  Agility- FULL

  3:30 pm  Beginner Agility- FULL




Start Date: Thursday 13 th 

5:30 pm  Into to Nose work

6:45 pm  Into to Nose work


Start Date:  Sunday April  23rd

10:00 am  Surviving Puppyhood 

11:00 am  Puppy Skills n’ Drills

  1:00 pm  Agility

  2:15 pm  Agility

  3:30 pm  Agility for beginners


Start Date:  Tuesday April 25th

5:30 pm  Agility for beginners

6:30 pm  Agility


We have a flexible schedule to accommodate private lessons and board n’ train programs. Please call Katrina at 845-235-0078 ( please no texting )  to discuss your options.  


*Our beginner agility classes are open for enrollment once we know you have reached your training goals.  If you have not trained with us before,  you will need to begin with our beginner private lesson program.  You and your dog will get one on one attention without the added distractions of other dogs while in a new setting for the first time.This will allow us to get to know your dog while ensuring safety on the equipment.

Beginner Private Lesson Agility Program consists of four thirty minute lessons.  Cost $185-

*Once payment for class is received, your spot in that class will be reserved.  

Obedience classes are $195-­ per 6 week session.  

Agility classes are $185- per 6 week session. ( Limited to 4/5 students)

Nosework classes are $170- per 6 week session  ( Limited to 5/6 students)

Puppy Ninja is  $120- per 4 week class ( Limited to 5 students )

( Class session meets once a week for 6 weeks.  Agility Classes are 1 hour long , Obedience classes are 50 mins long )


Ultimate Puppy Package includes:

Surviving puppyhood, Puppy Skills n’ Drills  then Beginner Agility , Tricks, or Nosework

3 sessions, 6 weeks each for a special one time payment of $450-

( $ 120- Savings )



We hope that you can come to all the classes.  We understand that things come up and that every family may not be able to commit to all weeks of the session. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer partial refunds.  If you miss an Agility class, a make-up is allowed by dropping into a different class that has an available opening within your current session.  Agility Class make-up sessions are a courtesy we offer our students, and are not guaranteed due to the potential for lack of available class openings.

Private lessons are a great way to jump start your dog’s training whether for agility or obedience.  You and your dog will get one on one attention without the added distractions of other dogs while in a new setting for the first time.

PRIVATE LESSON POLICIES:  There is a fee of 50% cost of lesson for less than 24-hour cancellation notice. No-Shows will be charged the full cost of the lesson.  Please CALL if you are unable to attend your lesson.

Stay tuned for other exciting classes!!

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Class descriptions

*None of our classes are the same . We don’t follow a set training protocol.  We tailor our classes to fit the needs of the current owners/ dogs enrolled.

Surviving puppyhood / Enrichment

(ages 9 weeks to 18 weeks) this is a 6 week class (  dogs come to all 6 classes )
Puppies will learn important life skills ( sit, down, come, leave it, drop it, go to your bed and much more in addition to crucial social skills with other puppies and people in a proper and safe environment.



Typically between  week 3-6 we will introduce some of our enrichment equipment.  Enrichment is designed to expose pups to a variety of things such as new textures, sounds and movement that sometimes worry or scare dogs.  It will boost their confidence while burning lots of mental and physical energy.

Our puppy enrichment consists of different stations that will work on varies skills such as:

-Balance ,coordination, confidence

Little Miss Ziva working on scent skills


This super adorable pup-Leo is working on walking over bars


Cersei – getting comfortable on a textured board that moves


Ruby – working on hind end awareness, coordination


Jumpin Jax posing for a pic to show off our new puppy tire.


Puppy Skills n’ Drills ( AKC S.T.A.R Puppy test available on the last class) (  up to 10 months )

*This class will build on skills learned in Surviving puppyhood or pups coming from our private puppy programs.

We will work perfection skills already learned with adding distractions, conquer leash walking ,  groups sit-stays and down-stays are started, greeting people nicely and more.  ( Prerequisite :  Surviving puppyhood / Super puppy program  or entry evaluation)





Intermediate Obedience Class  ( Canine Good Citizen test is offered on the last class )        TBA                           

In this class, you and your dog will learn Intermediate real life, on leash behaviors with distance and distraction.

Canine Good Citizen Class  The CGC Program teaches good manners to dogs and responsible dog ownership to their owners. The 10-step Canine Good Citizen test is a non-competitive test for all dogs, including purebreds and mixed breeds. The CGC award is a prerequisite for many therapy dog groups. Some homeowner’s insurance companies are encouraging CGC testing, and an increasing number of apartments and condos require that resident dogs pass the CGC test. The CGC Program also includes the AKC CGC℠ Responsible Dog Owner Pledge.  Visit


Therapy Dog Prep Class  TBA

Age requirement: 1 yr+ , dog should have a intermediate level of obedience and should be comfortable working around other dogs.

This will be a 5 week Prep Class.  First class- Orientation ( no dogs )

Before getting started, you should know what we are looking for in a TDI Dog:

A Therapy Dog is born, not made. Yes, one can teach a dog mannerly behavior, but one cannot change a dog’s inherent temperament. When a dog is put under stress, poor or marginal temperament will surface.

Therefore: What are we looking for?

A Therapy Dog must have an outstanding temperament. This means that the dog should be outgoing and friendly to all people; men, women, and children. The dog should be tolerant of other dogs (of both genders) and non-aggressive toward other pets. Before you consider having your dog evaluated, you should ask yourself if your dog has these qualities.


 Tricks Class-

This class is for dogs and owners that would like to enhance their relationship while having fun.  Tricks are a  great way to stimulate your dogs mind and entertain a crowd.

You can now earn your dogs – AKC Trick Dog Title.  Title testing will be held on last class.



Think of an AKC Rally® event as any team sport: You and your dog navigate a course, side-by-side, as you steer him through a course of 10-20 different signs. Each of these signs provides instructions regarding the next skill that is to be performed. The dog and handler move continuously throughout the course with the dog under control at the handler’s left side. There is a clear sense of teamwork between the dog and handler both during and between the numbered signs. Although each performance is timed, having a good race time is not the goal; it’s all about working as a team while performing the skills, with the dog under control.


Started in 2005, AKC Rally is a fun family sport and participation increases each year. It’s a perfect starting point for those who are new to canine sports as AKC Rally provides a challenging introduction to all AKC Companion Events for dogs and handlers to strengthen their skills.


What is K9   Nose Work®?     Coming in April !!!


• Inspired by working detection dogs, K9 Nose
Work® encourages dogs of all shapes, sizes, and
ages to follow their noses.
• K9 Nose Work® is easy to learn and is a great
way to develop trust and create a strong bond
with your dog–especially for rescue dogs who
may need some encouragement to come out of
their shells.
• K9 Nose Work® starts with getting your dog
excited about using his nose to seek out a
favorite toy or treat. As your dog’s searching
skills improve, target odors (essential oils of
birch, anise, and clove) are introduced. Dogs
learn to search interiors, containers, exteriors
and vehicles.
• Learn more about K9 Nose Work and the
National Association of Canine Nose Work



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