DON’T MISS THE LAST CLASSES of this year! (New Classes will begin in January, but these classes will begin October 16th!
Puppy Socialization & Training Class
Family Dog Manners and Obedience Class!
FUN & GAMES INCLUDED!
ALL CLASSES WILL BE INDOORS with Air Conditioning!
I am so looking forward to starting classes again and meeting some of you for the first time and others of you returning. Each class is so unique and fun! Not only do we learn new skills, and teach our dogs new things, we build our bond, teamwork and friendship with our four-pawed friends!
For ALL of our Classes… space is limited & they fill up fast. Insure You have a Place… REGISTER ASAP!
ALL our classes include fun & games help your dog or puppy learn that responding to your requests is great fun! MARK YOUR CALENDARS!!! Both Puppy & Family Dog Classes begin: Monday, October 16th, 2017 (for more info on these classes follow this link)
Send me message or Facebook message for more information on the classes and to let me know you are interested in registering for these classes.
DISCOUNTS ARE AVAILABLE for the following:
Registering for more than one class
“Bring a Friend”
“All in the Family” (aka multiple dogs in one home)
Click Here for Information on my upcoming March Classes for Puppies, the Family Dog, and for preparing for the AKC Canine Good Citizen Test!
And… check out this cute little video of our last Family Dog Class Graduation: February Graduation Fun
If you’ve had a desire to give back to others and you think you and your dog would be a good team to visit people in a hospital or nursing home or have children read a book to your dog… Now you can take the first step by signing up for my AKC Canine Good Citizen class.
Even if you don’t want to be a Therapy Dog Team, obtaining a CGC certificate can open up other new opportunities for you and your dog. CGC is also now an AKC Title. AKC has also expanded the CGC certificate to include an additional 2 advanced tests: the Community Canine (aka CGC-Advanced) and the CGC Urban.
As the we get closer to Spring, be on the lookout for additional classes to be posted.
Looking forward to seeing you and your pups soon. In the meantime, remember to dream about unleashing your dog’s pawsibilities!
Thank you for all your patience, during this extended break from our regular class schedules.
I am excited to announce I NOW have a NEW indoor location to offer Classes for you and your fur pal(s).
Both Puppy and Family Dog Training classes will begin: Monday, April 13th and will meet twice weekly on Mondays & Thursdays for a total of 6 classes. Each class lasts approximately 1 hour (Puppy class is an additional 15 minutes longer to allow for “puppy play time”). Class Dates:
Class #1: Monday, April 13th, 2015
Class #2: Thursday, April 16th, 2015
Class #3: Monday, April 20th, 2015
Class #4: Thursday, April 23rd, 2015
Class #5: Monday, April 27th, 2015
GRADUATION! , April 30th, 2015
Class Times: 5:30-6:45 p.m. Puppy (Ages 10 weeks – approximately 4-5 months old) 7:00-8:00 p.m. Family (Ages approximately 5-6 months and older) Vaccinations Requested: Puppies: DHLP-Parvo – at least first 2 sets, & Bordetella Dogs 6 mos & older: DHLP-Parvo, Rabies & Bordetella !!!NEW!!! Class Location:FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 2315 Placer St., Redding (We strongly suggest before classes begin you familiarize yourself with the location & the entrance as it can be tricky at night) Click Here to Register & Pay Online… BUT be sure to download the complete registration packet too!
Class Fee:$100.00 *Discounts available for: more than one dog in the family when both take the class together with two handlers; OR those who are repeating the class to brush up on skills.
Please remember to mail a COPY OF YOUR VACCINATION RECORDS with your registration form and payment to: Attn: Kathy Dunn, K9 Kelts Dog Training P.O. BOX 494694, REDDING, CA 96049-4694 THANK YOU!
For more information please call Kathy Dunn at 356-8286. I am so looking forward to beginning classes again and having you and your dog have an opportunity to experience both fun and training.
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