Adult Dog Classes


Come When Called

Recall, or come when called training, is essential for a dog’s safety and well-being. This three-week group course focuses specifically on building a really reliable recall in a way that is enjoyable for both dogs and their owners! This valuable course covers the basics of teaching Come When Called as well a recall cue that can be used in emergency situations. This class also highlights ways to enhance and strengthen or repair the relationship between a dog and their owner.

Session Details:

Cost: $75.00
Length: (4) 1-hour lessons
Upcoming Sessions:
Beginning Wednesday 2/20/2019 @ 11:00 AM with Kaysha Rogers at SafeHaven Training Center

Family Dog – Basic Manners

Family Dog Basic Manners teaches dogs how to be a polite family pet. Dogs learn important and practical life skills such as how to walk politely on a loose lead, come quickly when called, lay quietly on a dog bed when company arrives, not bark at a doorbell, stay around distractions and leave food on the countertops.

Session Details:

Cost: $100.00
Length: (6) 1-hour lessons
Upcoming Sessions:
Beginning Tuesday 2/26/2019 @ 6:00 PM with SafeHaven Training Staff at SafeHaven Training Center

Great Greetings

Great Greetings is a class is designed to teach dogs and their people how to handle life’s exciting moments, like when guests come to the door, or you encounter strangers on walks. In class, dogs learn how to approach people politely, without jumping. The class also covers how to teach dogs to settle on a mat, return to you even when distracted and more.

This for not a class for dogs who are fearful of strangers or those who react by barking, lunging and or growling at people or other dogs.

Session Details:

Cost: $65.00
Length: (3) 1-hour lessons
Upcoming Sessions:
Monday 2/18/2019 @ 6:00 PM with Kaysha Rogers at SafeHaven Training Center

Reactive Rover

Reactive Rover is a popular six-week course that walks you through living with and managing a reactive dog. Whether your dog barks and lunges at other dogs or is wary of strangers, this is the class for you. Learn why dogs become reactive, gain insight on how to use positive, non-aversive methods to prevent and treat it and have a little fun with your dog along the way! Dogs do not attend the first class session.

Class size is limited to 3-4 dogs in order to reduce dog and handler stress and to ensure optimum learning. All dogs must have a behavior consultation prior to attending class to determine if Reactive Rover is an appropriate choice for the individual dog. Email training@safehavenhumane.com to set up an appointment time. Payment for the class will only be received after the mandatory consultation.

Session Details:

Cost: $100.00
Length: (6) 1-hour lessons
Upcoming Sessions:
Monday 2/18/2019 @ 7:30 PM with Kaysha Rogers at SafeHaven Training Center
Thursday 2/21/2019 @ 7:30 PM with Kaysha Rogers at SafeHaven Training Center

Let’s Play Sports

Do you want to find a new way to spend time with your dog, but aren’t sure what you’ll both enjoy? In Let’s Play Sports we’ll introduce you and your dog to fun sports and exciting activities that you and your dog can do together! Each week we’ll sample something different – you and your dog will try out Agility, Rally-Freestyle, Canine Parkour, Trick Training, Flyball and Scent work.

Prerequisite: All participating dogs should be reasonably fluent in basic obedience skills and be able to train and focus around other dogs. All registered dogs should be comfortable and safe working around other dogs and people. Distributive dogs likely to react with barking and/or lunging at other dogs or people are not eligible to participate and will be dismissed from class.

Session Details:

Cost: $100.00
Length: (6) 1-hour lessons
Upcoming Sessions:
Thursday 2/21/2019 @ 6:00 PM with Kaysha Rogers at SafeHaven Training Center

REGISTER FOR CLASSES HERE