Creekside Pet Boarding’s
Family Dog Training Center
Is Now Open!
- Daycare School
- Play and Train
- Board and Train
- Private Consultations
- Friday Puppy Playschool
- Ongoing Obedience Classes!
Our training mission at Creekside Pet Boarding is to help you communicate effectively with your dog to create a harmonious relationship. We will teach you to teach your dog, or we can do the training and teach you how to reinforce it. There is no one method that fits all and our goal is to find what works for you and the type of training your dog needs!
Held every Saturday morning for a five-week period, we offer ongoing Basic Obedience and other levels of obedience classes throughout the year. Your dog will learn to sit, down, stay, off, come, leash training, leave it, and will be introduced to various stimuli. This is the foundation class for all other training and public manners. Email to join our waiting list for the next class.
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Creekside Pet Boarding proudly incorporates the AKC’s Canine Good Citizen Program goals in all our foundational classes. CGC is a ten-skill training program that focuses on teaching the basics of good manners, obedience, and how to behave appropriately in the community. By instilling the values of responsible ownership, CGC strengthens the bond between you and your dog in the home and the community. Over one million dogs and their owners have participated in CGC training, and it lays the foundation for more advanced obedience, agility, tracking, and performance events.
The time it takes to train establishes a meaningful way to communicate with your dog and is the very best way to solidify a lifelong bond. Beyond the bonding, CGC helps you master cues such as the sit, down, stay, and more. The goals include good behavior with crowds, the veterinarian, a groomer, strangers, and other dogs. The CGC title is often a prerequisite for many therapy dog certifications and people are finding that it is easier to get into rental properties with a CGC title. Recently some homeowners’ and other insurance programs offer discounts for “Canine Good Citizen” dogs.