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Dog Training Classes

 
 Best dog training in the East Bay area.
 

Dog 1

Life skills for your new or not-so-new dog (18 weeks and older)

 

 Best dog trainers in the East Bay.
 

Dog 2

Expanded skills for dogs who are ready to rock

 


 Bravopup Dog 1 Class
 

Beginning Skills for Dogs 18 Weeks & Older

Life With Dog 101

If you’ve never taken your dog to a class before, or if you just want a refresher, this is the class for you. We will address all the basic commands, manners, distraction training, and provide guidance for any challenging doggie habits you may be dealing with at home.

Learning Is Fun at Any Age

A newly adopted dog is exciting no matter what age he or she is.  An adolescent dog can be a joy, but let’s face it: there are moments when you’ll wonder what to do with your young dog’s boundless energy. Whether you’ve just adopted your dog, or perhaps haven’t started training yet, our award winning instructors will support you through any difficulties and inspire you with success!

In Dog 1 You'll Learn:

  • Basic Obedience – sit, down, stay, come, leash skills
  • Manners – jumping, don’t touch, drop it, calm down
  • Distraction Skills – dog begins to learn how to focus and work in a group setting
  • All Things Dog – common behavior problems are discussed every class
  • To practice at home with detailed homework and training handouts provided after each class. 

Requirements:

  • Current vaccinations Rabies, Distemper, and Parvo.
  • Due to a Recent Outbreak of Canine Influenza in the Bay Area:
    We are STRONGLY recommending to vaccinate against Canine Flu for all dogs. Please consult your veterinarian regarding the CANINE INFLUENZA VIRUS H3N2/H3N8 (CIV) series of vaccinations

  • Dog must be friendly with dogs and people.
  • Dog MUST NOT be reactive to other dogs on leash.
  • If you are concerned about your dog’s behavior around other dogs, or if you aren’t sure what your dog will do because he is new to your home, we strongly recommend that your dog receive a professional evaluation with a BravoPup trainer prior to enrollment. This will help us determine if a group class is the best environment for you and your dog to begin training together.

What To Bring:

  • Current vaccination records

  • Lots of bite size treats
  • Stuffed Kong or Bully Stick to chew on while instructor is talking
  • Standard flat collar or a no -pull harness, plus a 5 or 6 foot, standard leash (check our resources page for ideas)
 

$195 per dog

  • Number of classes: 5
  • Frequency: Weekly
  • Duration: 50 min
  • Cost: $195 per dog
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 Bravopup Dog 1 Class
 

Intermediate Obedience for Dogs 5 Months & Older

Turning Your Dog Into a Rockstar

You are inspired to continue training … BRAVO for you and your dog! Continuing your dog’s education will deepen your bond and give you even more ways to have fun together. Now that you’ve got a solid foundation, we can get cracking on more complex lessons. In this class we’ll enhance the basic commands and introduce higher level stuff. Stuff that’ll make you look cool around town and at the dog park–because isn’t that what really matters?

In Dog 2 you’ll learn:

  • Heel  practice
  • Recall drills
  • Placement Work – go to your mat and stay there.
  • Xtreme Distraction Skills – focus on you with Xtreme distractions
  • To practice at home with detailed homework and training handouts provided after each class.

Requirements:

  1. Completion of a BravoPup Dog 1 class.
  2. Current vaccinations Rabies, Distemper, and Parvo.
  3. Due to a Recent Outbreak of Canine Influenza in the Bay Area:
    We are STRONGLY recommending to vaccinate against Canine Flu for all dogs. Please consult your veterinarian regarding the CANINE INFLUENZA VIRUS H3N2/H3N8 (CIV) series of vaccinations
  4. Pup must be friendly with dogs and people.
 

$195 per dog

  • Number of classes: 5
  • Frequency: Weekly
  • Duration: 50 min
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