Group Training – Pawsitive Pack

Group Training – Pawsitive Pack

Pawsitive Pack: Fun and Effective Group Dog Training Classes

Group classes are held in our training center. Our programs are developed to give owners and their dogs the best chance to succeed with an emphasis on training the basic exercises while developing focus from your dog under various distractions. Your dog will have an opportunity to socialize with other dogs, learn manners and stimulate them mentally as well as physically while building a strong bond between you and your dog.


Reward based training methods, using food, toys or praise.

Shaping the exercises through luring and body language and using a marker to indicate when the reward is coming (either clickers or verbal markers – Yes)

Food or praise are preferable to start your training with as they have a calming effect on your dog.

Later in the program we will show you how to remove the food rewards and replace with praise and how to use toys and play as a reward, depending on your dog’s reward preference.

What to bring

  • A non-retractable, preferably 6 foot leash.
  • Treats or your dog’s food, a variety of treats of varying value to your dog
  • A toy, if your dog is motivated with toys more than food

Basic Obedience group training classes are conducted at set timings once a week for 5 weeks.

Your dog will learn

Leash walking to heel




Recall (come when called)

Focus (eye contact when asked)

Leave it

Polite greetings (with people and other dogs)

Wait before food or through doorways

Go to specific places: Mat, Crate, etc

Stop Jumping, Mouthing, digging and other behavioral problems.

Basic Obedience Training

Ideal for puppies as well as adult dogs. Basic obedience is the foundation training we start all dogs training with. They will learn how to walk on a loose leash to heel, Motivation and Focus, Socialization skills around people and other dogs, Basic obedience commands (sit, down, stay, recall, leave it…), including distraction. Manners at home and while out of the house.

We also include solutions for problem behaviors such as jumping up, chewing, digging, barking
and mouthing.

Upon completion of the program, you are invited to take the Canine Good Citizen Test.

Intermediate Obedience

Working beyond the basics

For dogs who have completed the basic obedience and are looking for a higher level of control, reliability and off leash skills. We build on existing skills in the 3 D’s of Dog training: Distance, Distraction and Duration:

Distance work

Gaining control from a distance. Starting with long lines and beginning off leash skills.

Focus – Distraction Training

Starting with low level distractions and progressing until we can receive focus in many types of situations and with high level distractions in various environments and circumstances.

Duration Training

Increasing the length of time a dog maintains a behavior, such as focus and stays with various distractions


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