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Orientation Swim ($55 for 45 Mins)- Mandatory for all dogs and handlers. This reviews pool safety, policies, and we will evaluate your dog’s ability to swim. Life vests are available if needed.
Assisted Swim ($55 for 30 Mins)– A swim coach will be with your dog in the water or be available to give you an extra hand with your dog. This is ideal for conditioning and strengthening, building endurance, or for the geriatric dog that needs a little help. Packages available.
Self Swim ($35 for 30 Mins)- You and your dog have pool time together to play fetch, hang out together, or just cool off. Packages available.
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YES! You CAN teach an old (or young) dog new tricks!
“Tricks are like puzzles for dogs; teaching your dog new tricks not only challenges his mind, but enhances his focus and intelligence,” explains Kyra Sundance, California-based stunt dog show performer and trainer and New York Times bestselling author of 101 Dog Tricks. “The process of challenging your dog to achieve a goal — and then working toward that goal together — is a bonding experience for both of you.”
Join us for this new class addition where you and your dog can work together to learn new, fun and interesting behaviors. Trick training will improve your timing, mechanical and observation skills as well as create a better relationship with your dog. And, if you are interested, you can even work towards earning a title with either AKC or Do More With Your Dog … or BOTH!
This class will promote your dog’s natural ability to find and follow scent to its source. You will only need basics: a harness, and 20-40’ lead. This 8 week course will teach you and your dog how to track people in an outside environment.
Dog must be 6 months or older
Human must be able to run and keep up with your dog for 200 yards
Must have or get an Eglin permit $10
This is a beginner course and will not prepare you to compete in tracking tests. Stay tuned for advanced classes.
Class fee: $280 for 8 Weeks
Specialty Class Schedule
Holiday Manners for Puppies
Holiday Manners for Older Dogs