Super Good Puppy I and II Classes
Super Dooper fun!
why join our super good puppy program?
“The clock is ticking…The most crucial time in your dog’s life is right now- PUPPYHOOD!” – Dr. Ian Dunbar, After You Get Your Puppy.
At Super Dooper Dog Training, we are ALL ABOUT BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS! Helping you to become the pack leader your pup needs and wants you to be... but we do it in such a fun way... your pup thinks you are the coolest pack leader ever!
Super Good Puppy I and II
Ask our graduates, they will say they love our Super Good Puppy (SGP I and II) program. One reason it works so well is because we like to follow along with the American Kennel Club's (AKC) popular STAR Puppy training certification program (www.akc.org/starpuppy) as well as spicing it up with Super Dooper creative learning.
Another reason is we have Super Good Puppy videos for FREE that follow along with your classes. Perfect compliment to your class training. Watch them at Lessons On-Demand. Free to anyone, share 'em if you like 'em!
Speaking about videos, such a great learning tool. We record videos of your classes all the time. We share these with you in many ways (email, youtube, facebook, etc) so you can not only review what you learned but also watch yourself and your pup to see how well you two are doing together and also see ways you can improve. Plus, you can show-off your pup's progress with family and friends!
what age pup can attend these classes?
Our Super Good Puppy I and II classes are for young puppies usually between 12 weeks and 5 months. (Your pup should be properly vaccinated before coming into a group class so you’ll want to talk directly to your veterinarian if he/she feels your pup is good-to-go.)
how many weeks of classes in this program?
We are so cool here at Super Dooper Dog Training, we offer classes in many formats: 6-week, 5-week and 4-week classes. Interestingly, because y'all live such busy lives, our 4-week class series is the most popular as it offers a full 2-hour class once a week for 4-weeks. In our classes, there's plenty of time for learning good-manners commands, doing pass-the-puppy where you actually all swap pups during class, puppy based agility to build coordination, confidence and add in those important good manners commands, creative learning games and really fun supervised puppy-play times between your pups and your human classmates.
We're telling ya... Super Dooper Dog Training is never boring!!
what is super good puppy II?
Many times, our Super Good Puppy I members want to keep taking classes together so simply keep going and learning more, playing more and having fun.
how big is the class?
Just right, not too large and not too small. Normal class sizes range from 2-6 canine students and their human families. We love working with families, by-the-way!
how much are the classes?
No matter what the class format, SGP I and II classes are only $165.00. A great deal for all you get!!
why is class so inexpensive?
The number one reason why dogs get dropped off at shelters is- POOR BEHAVIOR! So, you see, we’re actually saving a dog’s life by teaching him good manners, when he’s a puppy, at an affordable price.
what is taught in super good puppy I & II classes?
Here's a quick sampling of what we learn in SGP I and II lessons:
- Learn to “talk dog” using dog language, body movements and gestures
- Hand signals for your good manners commands
- Using food puzzles and games instead of food bowls at meal times
- Giving you a your pup nice leash walks together
- Fun ways to teach your pup to come to you gleefully
- Settle and relax when you hold it for grooming, teeth cleaning or nail clipping
- Sits and downs and beginning of the stay commands
- Paying attention even when other pups are around
- Off-leash walking and call-to-come drills
- Not jump or bite
- Love his/her crate
- Play with activity toys like food puzzles
- Play games with the family
- Extra Bonus: do agility exercises like low-level jumps and ramps, tunnels and weave poles
- Give you a trick or two like the high-five and roll-over
what about vaccinations?
Talk directly with your veterinarian to make sure your pup is ready for group classes. Your pup must be properly vaccinated for safety.