Dog Training

The goal of our training classes is to teach lifesaving skills to the families and dogs we serve.

Those skills include name recognition, recall, loose leash walking, “leave it,” and appropriate greetings. Most of all, we want to equip our families with the knowledge they need to be advocates for their dogs and adapt their handling skills in different situations. We maintain our nonjudgmental stance through our training classes, offer affordable training opportunities to the community, and try to give each family the tools they need to be successful. Our training classes are instructed using positive reinforcement techniques and do not address aggression or extreme behavior modification. If your dog is exhibiting aggression, give us a call and we can help find a trainer in the metro area to help you.

Topics Covered:

  • Watch
  • Sit
  • Down
  • Heel
  • Leave it
  • Stay

Positive Dog Training - Adult Sessions

Class Information

  • 12 pets per class
  • 5-week sessions
  • Classes every Saturday from 1-2pm (excluding major holidays)
  • Classes are $50 per 5-week session and must be paid in full to reserve spot.
  • Pet owners must bring copy of form and proof of vaccinations to class.

Qualifications

  • Pets must be 5 months or older
  • Pets must be current on vaccinations
  • Pets must not be in heat or pregnant

About the Trainer, Mary Kline

  • Owner of The Good Dog Club
  • Member of the HEARTLand Positive Dog Training Alliance
  • Evaluates & volunteers for Pets for Life therapy dogs
  • Has been certified through the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers (CCPDT)
Proper dog training can be a life saving skill for families, and Pet Resource Center of Kansas City provides affordable training classes for your dog.

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