Fit Dog Class
Canine conditioning exercises that also get your dog thinking. The exercises and skills practiced in this course will require the dog uses his brain to problem solve all while he learns where his feet are and how to balance his body.
Young dogs, especially those younger than 16 weeks of age, benefit from Fit Dog classes as part of a well-rounded socialization plan. Puppies this young are learning and making association with the world around them, so the more positive experiences they have with all kinds of people, places, sounds, movements, foods, etc., the more likely they will become confident, well-adjusted adult dogs. Obedience skills such as “sit,” “down,” “stay,” and “come” can even be incorporated into a Fit Dog session to help your new puppy begin to generalize these skills.
Creates a confident dog who knows how to use his body. This is not a rehabilitation course but a fun way to increase your dogs fitness.
Jason was very knowledgeable and ready to help us train our puppy! He has lots of different methods to tey if one isn't working. I highly recommend him for any obedience training you want to do with your dog!by Sarah Carlson
Jason did an amazing job training US. In turn we were able to teach our dog some great stuff! I highly recommend his program!by Dorothy Griffiths
Jason has introduced me to a whole new way of training with positive reinforcement making for a happy dog He has also introduced me to the working sport IPO He is a very good trainer and explains things well I would highly recommend him.by Diana Candace Meier