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01-20-2014 01:45 AM
williamlillis
Good obedience training classes to your Pets

Well, these classes are helpful for your pets to give better training but the most important part of the training starts from your house. First, you have to be a good trainer for him/her so you can buy pet products from the market and give good training to your pet yourself also.
12-12-2013 06:09 PM
WateryTart
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Originally Posted by AmyOle View Post
This Friday night is the club's potluck and 'flea market'- people are bringing used dog stuff to sell (maybe you could score some good puppy gear) and Lisa Marie is teaching a puppy class at 7pm. You should totally come and check it out. If you so, make sure to find me! Just ask around for kolachi's mom-- we're still pretty new, but well be in the class, so we'll be around!
I'll have to see if I can make that work! My husband has some performances this weekend and I need to check on when he needs the car.

If not this weekend I'll head out another weekend. I probably SHOULDN'T try to score stuff! I've already bought a collar and two leashes, which is slightly ridiculous at this stage!
12-12-2013 04:36 PM
crackem and my post should say that I have no problem recommending them to anyone. My brain and fingers aren't always connected and sometimes words end up on the screen I never intended to type out and it makes it a bit confusing.

So I just wanted to clarify that I would recommend them.
12-12-2013 04:25 PM
AmyOle This Friday night is the club's potluck and 'flea market'- people are bringing used dog stuff to sell (maybe you could score some good puppy gear) and Lisa Marie is teaching a puppy class at 7pm. You should totally come and check it out. If you so, make sure to find me! Just ask around for kolachi's mom-- we're still pretty new, but well be in the class, so we'll be around!
12-12-2013 01:28 PM
crackem I've trained with the owner of the Canine Coach (not as a client though) and have met a couple of their trainers outside of their "work". I'd say have no problems recomending them
12-12-2013 12:30 PM
WateryTart
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We also go to Animal Inn.

I trained with one of my pugs for years there with agility and obedience and now train our GSD there. Actually I was just there a couple hours ago.
I'm guessing I'm going to end up going out there.

I'm going to check out the Bloomington Obedience Training Club, which also has no gap between 16 and 24 weeks, but I'm guessing unless I really can't make it work, I'll be spending my Friday nights in Lake Elmo!

On the upside, the GSD community here seems to be very small and really nice, so I know I'd get to meet some good people!
12-12-2013 12:56 AM
ColleenB We also go to Animal Inn.

I trained with one of my pugs for years there with agility and obedience and now train our GSD there. Actually I was just there a couple hours ago.
12-11-2013 10:44 PM
WateryTart For some reason the app is not letting me edit.

Lisa Marie? Got it. I will have to call out there and ask about sitting in on a class. I'd like to visit a few before making a decision...but I probably will end up making the trip.
12-11-2013 10:31 PM
WateryTart
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Check out the GSDCMSP page . They have class info and may have other links of interest for you as well.
That was my first stop, actually before picking my breeder.

The obedience classes they list are with Animal Inn. The location is the stickler, because I'd be driving 25 miles through the metro on a Friday after work, but for what I'm hoping to do with her, it seems like my best bet.
12-11-2013 10:29 PM
AmyOle Check out the GSDCMSP page . They have class info and may have other links of interest for you as well.

The STAR puppy class they offer would be well worth a drive, IMO. If for no other reason than to witness the cuteness of a bunch of GSD pups playing with each other during the socialization time. The instructor, Lisa Marie, is fabulous!
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