Our group classes typically hold 6-8 dogs. They are designed to help each dog succeed. By keeping our class size smaller, it allows us to spend more time with each owner and dog, as well as address specific issues. During your time with us, you will have access to your trainer via phone or email. We want to be accessible to you so that we may help you every step of the way. No dog is ever kicked out or failed from our classes. No one should feel embarrassed about their dog’s behavior. We understand that some dogs are overly excited when they come to class; it is our job to teach you how to work with your dog in these situations.
At times, some dogs are too stressed or cannot comfortably acclimate to a particular class. In those situations, we may move your dog to a class more suited to them or their specific behavior. We will find the best fit for you and your dog. We believe every dog can have success, and that all dogs can be worked with. We will assist you in finding the best path to achieve your goals.
Proof of required vaccinations from a licensed veterinarian, a 50% deposit, and the completed registration form are all due prior to each class. Below is a link to our printable registration form.
WE ARE OPEN
AND RUNNING CLASSES
We'll be adding more classes to the schedule soon! Please call the office at 330-707-4160 for more classes and dates.
Thank you! We are happy to be back helping you and your dogs!
Fecal Checks: Why We Check Your Records
for Intestinal Parasites...
What are intestinal parasites?
Intestinal parasites are parasites that live inside the host animal's gastrointestinal tract. Examples include worms such as roundworms, whipworms, hookworms, tapeworms, and protozoa, such as giardia and coccidia.
Why should you care?
Intestinal parasites can cause malnutrition, weight loss, vomiting, diarrhea, and anemia. Aside from making our pets sick, many of these parasites can affect people; 20% of dogs pass Toxocara eggs in their stool. Toxocara can cause damage to the eyes. If left untreated, it can lead to vision loss, especially in children.