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Group Classes

Our group classes offer a structured and safe learning environment for both pets and their parents. Our classes follow a comprehensive curriculum that covers essential obedience skills as well as addressing the underlying emotions and motivators. The curriculum progresses in a logical sequence, building upon foundational skills to gradually advance to more complex behaviors. We also focus on responsible pet ownership, emphasizing techniques to foster a strong bond between dogs and their humans and how to safely navigate this crazy world. With group classes dogs will learn skills to help them become well-rounded, behaved companions while owners gain valuable insights into effective training methods, canine communication, and what socialization really is.


Reactive Reform 2.0

$375  8 Dog Limit

Loacted at Roger Williams Park
Class schedule:

Monday, May 6 - 6:30-7:30 pm
Monday May 13th - 6:30-7:30 pm
Sunday, May 26th, 9:30 -10:30 am
Monday, June 3 - 6:30-7:30 pm
Monday, June 10th, 6:30-7:30 pm
Monday, June 17th 6:30 -7:30 pm 

This class is the next step after RR1 or private lessons in changing our dogs big emotions to triggers. This class takes place at Roger Williams Park and we will be putting into practice all of the skills and handling techniques we learned in RR1. This class allows us to add real world situations into a controlled environment to help our dogs change their underlying emotions toward their triggers.

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The course encompasses the following core elements:

  1. Roots of Reactivity: Gain insights into the roots of reactivity and explore the diverse levels of reactivity exhibited by dogs and where your dog is at. Learning to  Understand the underlying causes and triggers is key to effective management.

  2. Body Language Mastery: Develop a keen eye for canine body language, a critical skill in identifying and interpreting the signals dogs use to communicate their emotional state.

  3. Creating Success in Overstimulating Environments: Learn invaluable techniques for setting your dog up for success in highly stimulating environments. Effective management strategies will be discussed to ensure dogs remain calm and focused.

  4. Pattern Games: Dive into the world of pattern games, an engaging and effective way to redirect and channel a dog's attention and energy. These games promote mental stimulation and can be pivotal in managing reactivity.

  5. Transforming Emotional Responses: Learn the art of counter conditioning, a transformative approach to altering your dog's emotional responses to stimuli. Explore methods to replace fear, anxiety, or frustration with neutral/positive association.

  6. Practicing approaching stimuli head on

  7. Counter Conditioning in the real world

  8. Settling around a group of dogs

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