Essential Etiquette Group Obedience Class

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The Persuaded Pooch - St. Louis Dog Training
Repeats every week every Tuesday until Tue Oct 10 2017 except Tue Jul 04 2017, Tue Aug 08 2017.
Tue May, 23 2017 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Affton White-Rodgers Community Center
9801 Mackenzie Road
63123 St. Louis , MO

7:00pm to 7:50pm. A well-behaved dog is a pleasure to have around the house, out in public and virtually everywhere. Teaching your dog basic training skills are essential to obtaining good canine manners.

The Persuaded Pooch is proud to offer a 6-week “Essential Etiquette” basic obedience group dog training class at the Affton White Rodgers Community Center every Tuesday at 7:00pm – 7:50pm (starting 5/23). Cost $140.

Your dog will learn good manners around other dogs, people, interesting food smells, and other real world distractions. Don’t wait any longer for a better-behaved dog! Reserve your spot in the next available basic obedience group dog training class.

- This class covers essential skills such as polite greetings, sit, down, stay, loose leash walking, come, wait at the door and more! (We may also discuss other behavior challenges according to class need or interest.)

- Hesitant to start now because you have a vacation coming up? No worries! You have up to 7 weeks to use your 6 class sessions.

- Receive a one-time 10% off discount at Petsway pet store in Affton, MO. Petsway is your class prep headquarters! They carry everything you need for class time… and lots more!

- For puppies and dogs 16 weeks and older

- Required Vaccinations: DHPP, Bordetella and Rabies administered at least 1 week prior to the start of class. Owners will need to bring proof of vaccinations to the first class.