Group Classes

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We've got a variety of group class offerings around the Washington, DC area. If you're looking for something specific but don't see it listed, contact us to let us know your suggestion!



11414 Georgia Ave, Silver Spring, MD


Fido's Foundations/4 weeks, $120

Learn important foundation behaviors such as polite greetings, loose leash walking, sit, down, stay, and come. Efficient, effective, humane training in 4 weeks . Class total $120.00.

Class begins on Sunday, October 14th at 10:30am.

Dogs of all ages welcome!


Tricks for Treats/4 weeks, $120

Want to have fun with your dog? Join us and teach your dog tricks like spin, weave through legs, sit pretty, crawl and many more.

Class begins on Sunday, October 14th at 9:15am and runs for 4 weeks.

For dogs >=5 months old.


Humane Rescue Alliance

15 Oglethorpe St. NW, Washington, DC


Sniff This, Eat That/4 weeks, $120

Sniff this, Eat that! is an introductory nose games class that shows your dog how much fun searching for a specific odor can be. Your dog will learn to stop on odor and tell you when they've found it. You and your dog can do this for fun and for sport. This low impact sport requires very little equipment and is fun for all ages of both people and dogs.

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Simmer Down Now/4 Weeks, $120

Do you wish that your dog would just settle down already? Do you want to know how to encourage him to relax? The behaviors learned in this class will help encourage your dog to settle. Take these behaviors on the road and use them at places like kids' soccer games or outdoor cafes. No Prerequisites. This class is for dogs who are 16 months or older, and are not reactive or aggressive with dogs or people.


Holiday Manners: Canine Skills for House Guests and Parties/4 weeks, $120

Is your dog out of control when guest arrive for the holidays? This specialized, four-week mini-series will teach your dog appropriate manners for when guests come to town. Dogs will learn to go-to-place when people knock at the door; leave it with decorations, food, and presents, and how to relax on their mat during human meals instead of begging for food. They'll also learn how to offer more polite greetings to friends and family.