Your time is valuable! You're in class to learn how to train your dog, not to listen to the dog across the room bark it's head off while the trainer makes sure everyone has the right equipment. By attending orientation before class starts, we can make sure everyone is on the same page and won't have to waste class time managing the little details. If you have multiple dogs you want to bring to class, they'll need to attend separate orientations.
What do I need for orientation?
You'll need to bring the same things you would for class- your dog on a collar or harness, a non-retractable 6 foot leash, and treats and a clicker if you have them! All these items can also be purchased in our retail store if needed. Please also send us your dog's most recent shot records ahead of time. Dogs 6 months and older must be up to date on Parvo, Distemper, Bordetella and Rabies.
Vaccination records can be sent to our email, [email protected], or text to 817-741-3647.
Please review all of our policies outlined on our Terms, Conditions, and Policies page.
We trained somewhere else, can I jump right into this class?
Maybe! But we'd hate to have you enroll in an agility or tricks class only to find out that your dog is too stressed by the new facility to work, or is at a higher level than the rest of the class, or just forgets all his training when he sees new friends. We require a 30-minute evaluation before starting any sport class to make sure you and your dog are in the right place!
Do I need to attend orientation before my puppy class?
Nope! Everyone in Puppy Kindergarten starts at the same place and we cover the orientation topics in class. If your dog is 5 months or younger, please start here.
Face masks are recommended but no longer mandatory.