Training

Thank you for your interest in our training classes! We follow a positive reinforcement model of  obedience training and offer a variety of dog training classes:

  • Beginner Obedience
  • Loose Leash Walking 101
  • Puppy Class
  • Agility (Beginner and Advanced)
  • Reactive Rover Workshops
  • Pet CPR and First Aid

Classes meet once a week for 45 min-1 hour and run for 5 weeks. A $50 deposit is required to secure your spot. You can pay the deposit here. 

Obedience classes  cost $150. Our Puppy class is four weeks and costs $100. Payment is due by the start of the first class. For more information and specific dates, please visit our website’s homepage or contact Sara or Sam at 315-314-6767 or info@thebarkingorange.com. We look forward to hearing from you!

Our Beginner Obedience class covers among other things basic manners and commands, leash walking, and teaches your dog the proper way to greet people and dogs.  Class can also be tailored to your individual needs. Classes meet once a week for 1 hour, for 5 weeks and costs $150 (with tax). A registration form and a $50 deposit is required to secure your spot for class. Current dates are posted on the main page of our website or contact us for specific dates.

The Loose Leash Walking class is predominately taught out in the “real world” and consists of a different meeting spot each week such as pet stores, LL Bean, Tractor Supply, Target shopping center, the creek walk, dog parks, etc.  You will work on loose leash walking, proper leash etiquette, and work on attention and distractions. A registration form and a $50 deposit is required to secure your spot for class. Current dates are posted on the main page of our website or contact us for specific dates.

We off an Agility for Fun class! This is an introductory class to Agility and is meant for FUN! The class is 5 weeks long, meets once a week for one hour. Class costs $150 (with tax). A registration form and a $50 deposit is required to secure your spot for class. Current dates are posted on the main page of our website or contact us for specific dates.

Our Reactive Rover workshop is taught in a small group setting and will focus on reactivity with your dog. If your dog loses focus when distractions appear, this class is for you!  Work with your Reactive Rover in a small group setting to help build confidence and focus, while we help you fill your toolbox with strategies to make time with your dog more enjoyable!  This class is designed to help your dog learn how to relax, focus and function in a distracting environment. A registration form and a $50 deposit is required to secure your spot for class.

We also offer a variety of levels of Agility classes. Contact us for more details!

Contact us to find out the class that is right for you! Meet our Trainers!

 

14 Comments to “Training”

  1. Stephanie Donzella says:

    Hi, I am picking up my English bulldog puppy on aug 3rd. Her name is Aggie. I am interested in the star puppy program. When is it? Price? I look forward to hearing back
    Stephanie

  2. Joe O'Connor says:

    Hi- I would like to sign up my puppy for Tuesday night class. My sister, Katy O’Connor, recommended this class. Please let me know if there is still space. Thank you- Joe O’Connor 657-6143

  3. marsha pickard says:

    please enroll me in training for my 2 year old yorkie named Otie. He is out of control with barking, peeing and pooping in the house still. Please help!

  4. Jane Nagy says:

    Hi Jill,
    I was wondering if there is a room in the training class that start today, April 8, 2013 for Dory the beginners class, could you give a call 391-7965 JANE NAGY

  5. angelique says:

    hello, I need to enroll my dog in some training classes. he is an 7 month old pit boxer mix and he just need to learn a few things.

  6. Kimber says:

    I have a black lab who is a year and a half. I am interested in training him better even though he has the basics. When does the next session start and how much is it? Thanks!

  7. Courtney Bendall says:

    Hi! I have a pit bull mix, I believe that she is around 4-5 years old (she’s a rescue, we’ve have her for 3 years). She knows how to sit, lie down, roll over, and stay. My concern is that when we have her sit for a treat she is for the most part calm but then we give the treat to her (which she takes very gently) but then dashes away! I want to train her not to do that. Also, sometimes we’ll tell her to sit and she sits but then stands back up. She will stay and as you are backing slowly out of the room and disappear around the corner saying stay the entire time, she will come running over looking for me. So she kind of knows the basics but isn’t a complete pro at them. I would also like to train her better on walking. What course would you recommend for her.

  8. dorothy murphy says:

    Any classes in april 2014 ???

  9. admin says:

    Not yet, but we hope to have dates confirmed very soon!

  10. rebecca says:

    When does the next class start for puppies 5 months and up? My standard poodle is 5 months old. She knows to walk on the leash OK well as ‘sit’ and ‘lay down’ and is learning ‘leave it’, but is excitable.

  11. Angela Tucciarone says:

    Just finished the CGC class with Tanja. She suggested Remi take the intermediate class. Please call or email with more information. Angela

  12. Johanna says:

    I am very interested in agility training for my 1 1/2 year old Morkie.
    When does the next class begin?

  13. Deborah Bateman says:

    I took a class with Tanya and she suggested that I continue with Sam for loose leash walking so we can pass the canine good citizenship. I have sat a.m. free and some days.

  14. Cher says:

    Is it too late to join the intermediate obedience class tomorrow night? Iknow I will have missed one class.

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