DOG TRAINING CLASSES

Enjoyable training for real-life results

Get training results where they count...

Too many dog training classes focus on getting obedience results in the classroom. Your time and resources are precious. If you’re going to spend them in my classroom, I want you to see results at home and out in the world, where they count.

...and have fun doing it!

My background in education and my passion for dogs and their people makes teaching dog training classes a particular joy for me, and I strive to make sure you and your dog have just as much fun in class as I do..

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Courses from basic to advanced

The basics

Get your puppy or adult dog off on the right paw with Puppy S.T.A.R. or Basic Manners C.L.A.S.S., BA level.

Continuing education

Then take your dog’s education beyond the basics by continuing through my Intermediate Manners C.L.A.S.S. MA and Advanced Manners PhD levels to bring out the very best in your dog.

Take it on the road

Once you’ve got some basics under your belt, take a Canine Good Citizen or Hiking Adventures class for real-life polish and a whole lot of fun.

Your dog will learn

1. All the basic commands
2. How to focus on you
3. To respond to cues the first time you ask
4. And so much more!

See individual class descriptions to find the right class for your training goals.

Small classes, better results

As an educator, I understand the importance of 1-on-1 attention. So I keep classes small—no more than 5 dogs—to give you and your dog personalized attention.

What our clients say

Click on the video below to see a customer testimonial.

CLASS LOCATION

All classes (except Hiking Adventures) taught at
Davis Dog Training
133 Mile Hill Rd., Belmont, NH 03220

WHY TAKE DAVIS DOG TRAINING CLASSES

  • I’m a professional, certified dog trainer
  • I hold a PhD in Education
  • I teach for real-life results
  • I keep class sizes small – just 5 dogs
  • I make training fun for you and your dog

WHAT TO BRING?

  • A healthy dog
  • A hungry dog
  • An empty dog, and some poop bags
  • A dog with the right level of energy
  • Treats!
  • Proper leash and collar

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