Hours were updated.
Hours were updated.
Mondays 4:00pm - 5:00pm
For beginners with an emphasis on focus and stay work. Introduction to Jumps, A-frame, Pause Table, Tunnel, Baby Walk-it, and Wobble Board. Appropriate for all dog ages and breeds.
Wednesday's 2:30pm - 3:45pm
75-minute class, weekly.
Focus is on teaching commands through fun interactive games; Follow Me, Sit, and Stay. We reinforce with a Recall game, learn Watch Me and encourage positive-active puppy play and confidence building exercises. Kids are encouraged to enroll!
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Puppy Socialization Class - New session every 5-weeks.
PREMIER INDOOR DOG TRAINING CENTER
We are resuming our dog training classes as of June 1st, 2020. Please visit our website to learn about our different classes to suit your dog-relationship needs.
We will guide you through teaching your dog all the basic obedience commands such as, sit, heel, stay, down and come when called and to sit quietly for examination.
Come learn at our INDOOR dog training facility in Grass Valley!
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Intro to Agility starting soon!
This 5-week class will introduce you and your dog to a basic agility course with fun obstacles such as:
Learn how to direct your dog through a course and watch them advance.
“It’s like an amusement park for y...
Max is a great example of a Service Dog with excellent focus and attention skills.
Good job to his owner/trainer, Sue.
All About Dogs INDOOR Training Center in Grass Valley has Service Dog classes every six weeks.
Join us! We have fun here.
- Margie CAll About Dogs Training and why I recommend them. Three ½ years ago I brought home an adorable Australian Shepard puppy. This was the first time I raised a dog from a puppy, and the first time I purchased a puppy from a breeder. Clark is the name of our Australian Shepard. The Internet said: Active, good family dog, smart, athletic, mid-size, and around 40-65 pounds for the males. I thought this would be a good match for me moving into my 60’s and wanting to stay active. I have been an active individual since childhood and into my adult years as well. I played fast pitch softball from 9 years of age to 21 years of age, was an all-star catcher, played tennis in high school, and in city leagues as an adult. I also-ran marathons, skied, kayaked. I own my own business, but never have I been so challenged than training this active, defiant, smart, Aussie named Clark! Clark was a challenge. I would go to the park with Clark and try to wear him out. When it was time to go home ...
- dominica mI have had many best training moments working with Sandy and Jenny at All About Dogs Training Center. They are experienced, kind trainers that always strive to make things fun for both owner and dog. My dogs are big Rhodesian Ridgebacks that work as my mobility service partners so they must be well behaved at all times. It’s not all work and no play though, Sandy and Jenny help keep my girls happy by offering many exciting alternatives to basic obedience. My young dog loves Agility and Rally Obedience classes too. I highly recommend All About Dogs for all phases and kinds of training. It’s so much fun! And my dogs are such great companions because of our training.
- Julie GThese trainers are incredible, and filled with knowledge! They were able to support us in training our 10 month old lab, but most importantly, they trained us as owners! The facility is large and clean! I plan on continuing obedience training, as well as all other classes they have to offer. I would highly recommend this training center to anyone who wants to have a dog that they can take anywhere with no worries!