Dog Training Classes
Expert Dog Training Classes in Southern California
Whether you’ve recently acquired a dog or you’ve been putting training off, these group dog training classes are for you! Come enjoy our fun and friendly trainers guide you and your pup in our small class sizes for quality learning.
- Basic Manners
- Increasing Distractions
- Loose Leash Walking
- Canine Good Citizen (CGC)
- Service Dog Training
- Dog Sports: Agility, Rally, Nosework…
- And Much More!
For ages 20 weeks and older
Did you just adopt a new rescue or shelter dog?
If you are looking to have a canine who can travel with you and handle the various challenges of downtown, the pet store and the park, look no further than this real world dog training group class!
So you’ve taken a few beginner obedience, and your dog still isn’t perfect – well, what do you do next? Take Canine Learning Academy Real World group class this spring. Just like children, dogs need to keep learning and growing throughout their lives to be happy and healthy.
This six session group training class, takes the show on the road, so that we can teach you how to best use your dog’s known behaviors to handle real-life distractions. Help your dog become an all-star by joining Real World Adventures today!
Dog Training Advanced (CGC, Service, Therapy)
For ages 20 weeks and older
Prerequisite: Dog Training in the Real World or Puppy K-1
American Kennel Club’s Canine Good Citizen Program is designed to reward dogs who demonstrate good manners in the community. In this class, we will practice all of the skill necessary to pass the CGC Test. We will work on sitting politely for petting, walking calming on leash, and many other skills that prove a dog’s social-savvy.
Passing the CGC Test can expedite acceptance into animal-assisted therapy programs, give you a discount on renters insurance, and accelerate your dog’s manners in public.
*Any dog can take the CGC Test, you don’t need to be AKC registered
Essential Skills Series Workshops
For All Ages
The Canine Learning Academy Essential Skill Series is a 4-part program comprising of: Leash Manners, Basic Household Manners, Come When Called and a fun Class to teach your dog some tricks to help around the house!
Taking your dog for a walk should be a joy, not a struggle. If your dog pulls, lunges, leaps, barks, or squirms on leash, this workshop is for you. We’ll focus on heel, leash control, distraction training, and more!
Important: This class is not suitable for dog that barks at other dogs. If you’re unsure if your dog is appropriate for this class, please contact us before enrolling.
Does your dog get rambunctious, overly excited, or uncontrollable sometimes?
This class focuses on self-control exercises that will help your dog be calm around distractions. We will teach dogs how to relax on a mat, settle around distractions, practice impulse control, and more! This class is perfect for newly adopted dogs and adolescents.
If not, then this class is for you! We’ll work on achieving a reliable and fast recall, getting your dog to turn on a dime when he hears you call. This is one of the most important behaviors that we can teach our dogs, that’s why we have a whole class dedicated to it!
If you dream of taking a relaxing walk with a dog who comes when called with enthusiasm and pays no attention to distractions, join us for this fun and important class!
Teaching your dog to do useful tricks will not only be cute, but will provide mental stimulation, brain games, and physical exercise for your little helper. Dogs will learn how to turn on and off lights, how to put their toys away, how to open and close doors, and many more skills.
This is a great class for busy dogs or future service dogs!
Important Dog Training Class Requirements
If your dog lunges, barks, and/or growls at dogs or people, you will be asked to leave without a refund. If you are concerned about your dog’s suitability for group classes, we recommend that you contact us before enrolling. Our Private Training Program is specifically designed for dogs that prefer one-on-one attention.