Hyper Hounds Dog Training
We are excited to announce that our classes will resume on May 18th. Class sizes will be limited to allow for social distancing. Register soon to secure your spot in a class!
Puppy Kindergarten & Pet Manners Classes
Classes are six weeks long and run for an hour each week at the same time and day of the week as each start date/time below.
To register for classes click on "Registration Calendar" button below. You will need to sign up with the calendar to have access to class registrations. Once you have signed up, click on the class you would like to register in. Then click the "New Booking" button in the bottom left corner of the class to add your name to the class list. If a class is full you can choose to add your name to the waitlist for that class.
*Please note: at the moment we can only allow one handler per dog in classes to allow for proper social distancing during class.*
Puppy Kindergarten (Level 1)
Sunday, May 24 at 1:30pm *FULL* (no class June 14)
Tuesday, May 26 at 5:45pm *FULL*
Monday, June 1 at 4:30pm *FULL*
Friday, June 5 at 5:45pm *FULL*
Saturday, June 6 at 9:30am *1 spot left*
Saturday, June 13 at 2:00pm
Sunday, June 21 at 3:00pm
Sunday, June 28 at 12:15pm
$235+tax for six weeks
Start your puppy off on the right paw! Our puppy kindergarten class will teach your puppy all the basic commands needed to grow into a well behaved member of your family. Your puppy will learn sit, down, stay, come, heel position, go to your bed and loose leash walking. We will also cover manners like 'leave it', waiting at doorways, four paws on the floor (not jumping up), accepting handling, and automatic attention on the owner. Body awareness exercises and fun tricks will be included. Class discussions will also cover topics such as housetraining, puppy nipping, appropriate play, crate training, etc.
The class includes handouts and video tutorials for the skills taught in the puppy obedience program and a free tug toy.
Puppies must have had their first set of vaccinations and be between 10 weeks and six months of age to start this program.
Beginner Obedience Class (Level 1)
Wednesday, May 27 at 8:15pm *FULL*
Saturday, June 27 at 12:00pm
Sunday, June 28 at 11:00am *2 Spots left*
$235+tax for six weeks
The beginner obedience class will teach your dog all the basic commands needed to become a well behaved member of your family. Your dog will learn sit, down, stay, come, heel position, go to your bed and loose leash walking. We will also cover manners like 'leave it', waiting at doorways, four paws on the floor, accepting handling, and automatic attention on the owner. Confidence building exercises will be taught and discussion on common issues will also be covered.
The class includes handouts and video tutorials for the skills taught in the obedience program, and a free tug toy.
This class is for dogs 6 months and older. Dogs with reactivity issues and other severe behaviour issues are not appropriate for this class.
Beyond the Basics (Level 2)
Start Date: Wednesday, June 17 at 5:45pm *FULL*
Sunday, June 28 at 9:45am
$220+tax for six weeks
The Beyond the Basics class is for dogs that have completed a puppy or beginner obedience program and are ready for greater challenges. This class will work on increasing challenges by adding distractions, duration and distance for the skills taught in the puppy/beginner classes. We will also focus on skills needed to pass the CKC's Canine Good Neighbour program. These skills include sit for greeting and grooming, heeling past another dog handler team, out of sight stays, calming down after play, position changes (sit, down, stand with distance), more advanced "leave its", recalls and loose leash walking around distractions and much more.
Start Dates: Wednesday, June 17 at 7:00pm *FULL*
Saturday, June 27 at 10:45am
$150+tax for four weeks
Teach your dog to come when called the first time you call! Your dog will learn to love recalls and to race back to you past distractions, with speed and enthusiasm every time you call. This course will also teach you how to train your dog to lay down from a distance for those instances when it isn't safe to call your dog (ie past a bike path with cyclists).