Focus Training Group Class
We know how important socialization and training are for our puppies, but what does proper socialization and
training look like? This class is designed to teach you and your puppy how to go about handling new social
situations and give you the foundations and skills to help you and your pup explore this complicated world.
You’ll be taught exactly how your dog learns and how best for you to communicate with your dog to give you
the greatest relationship possible! We follow strict fear free standards of training. We
don’t use physical coercion, but instead focus on behavioural modification through psychology. Trevor works
with a large number of dogs daily and understands that each dog is unique in their own way and requires
different training methods for modifying different behaviours. Each session places a huge emphasis on
socialization and increasing your dog’s stress threshold. In this class, we focus on teaching body language,
socializing with a group of dogs and how to approach training with your dog. Each class focuses on
disengagement, basic commands, paired cues, as well as recall cues. We’ll help you become your dog’s own
leader and trainer.
Focus Training Group Class: $160 + GST Four classes running from 7pm - 8pm on Wednesdays.
With the skills gained in these classes, you’ll be left feeling confident to tackle any challenges you and your pup may face in their journey through life.
Please contact Bark Lodge to sign up for upcoming sessions through phone, email or in store. All class sizes will be a maximum of 5 dogs, owner's will be responsible for bringing treats for a reward and a leash.
Please arrive a few minutes early to allow your dog to become familiar with the area so they are focused and ready once the class begins.
We require Parvo, Distemper & Rabies vaccines for all dogs over 24 weeks old. Bordatella (kennel cough) is not mandatory but recommended.
Dogs between 12 - 24 weeks must have a minimum of two sets of vaccines. Please email records prior to your visit or bring in a printed certificate from your veterinarian.