August 20, 2015 by Amanda in Dog Training
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September Rotating Class Schedule

All rotating classes are included with Group Class Enrollment or can be purchased individually.  Class times are Wednesdays at 7:00 pm. September 2 – Therapy Dog Prep September 9 – Levels 2/3 September 16 – Open Class September 23 – Levels 2/3 September 30 – Agility for Fun

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June 17, 2015 by Amanda in Dog Training
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Now Offering Open Enrollment: Canine Performing Arts!

Bring out your dog’s inner superstar!  This class is like no other in Northwest Arkansas.  You and your dog will learn how to work as a team while learning targeting, directional cues, tricks, and relationship building exercises. No previous training experience is needed!   Dates and Times: Tuesdays, starting September 22,

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January 27, 2015 by Amanda in Dog Training
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Open Enrollment: Nosework Club!

If you’ve been looking for a new, mentally stimulating, confidence building activity for your dog, then this class is for you.  You’ll learn how to teach your dog to search, find, and alert on a specific odor.  No previous training experience is needed to join in the fun! Dates and

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July 10, 2013 by Amanda in Dog Training
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What Is Dog Training?

What is dog training?  Is it teaching your dog that you’re the boss — being the leader? Is it giving your dog love, cookies, and kisses with the expectation he’ll show his affection through good behavior? Or, is it making your dog obey because that’s just what dogs should do?

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November 17, 2013 by Amanda in Dog Training
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Does the Leash Fit

It seems simple enough, but with so many leash choices out there how do you choose the right one?  Here are a few questions you should consider when picking out a new leash: What is your specific goal at the moment; How does your dog act on leash; and How

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October 29, 2013 by Amanda in Dog Training
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The Key to Success

Whether you are training for competition or for having a well-rounded pet, long-term goals are an important part of living with a dog. However, it’s important to make sure you don’t get so focused on achieving your long-term goals that you miss experiencing the best part of living with a

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August 12, 2013 by Amanda in Dog Training
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A Training Tool Your Dog Can Understand

As most folks who know me will tell you, my training outlook focuses on relationship development through communicating in a way your dog can actually understand. One very important tool that is most often overlooked, or perhaps not used to it’s full advantage, is a leash and training collar.  Specifically,

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