Bark and Boarding

Bark and Boarding

We are so pleased to be able to offer training classes in Bailey’s Crossroads!

5818-C Seminary Rd, Bailey’s Crossroads, VA 22041

Please contact Bark and Boarding for registration information:   703-931-5057

www.BarkAndBoarding.com

Dogs must be comfortable around people and other dogs

Puppy Manners

Pups under 5 months of age with little or no training

6 sessions, $185, 4 pups, includes AKC Star Puppy Eval

  • Potty Training, Puppy Mouthing, Puppy Humping
  • Socializing and Play Time
  • Food Bowl Handling, Handling Body Parts, Cradling
  • Name, Focus, Sit, Down, Leash Work

Dates for upcoming classes:

Please contact Bark and Boarding for registration information: 703-931-5057

Basic Manners Made Easy

Pups over 5 months of age with little or no training

6 sessions, $185,  classes include AKC Star Puppy Eval for dogs under 1 year of age

  • Basic skills – name, sit, focus, down
  • Manners – stopping jumping, settle command, door greetings, barking, taking 2018 April Paps bedsa treat gently
  • Walking – loose leash, turns, auto sit
  • Classical – making positive associations with new things to keep your dog from becoming fearful
  • Recall – teaching your dog to come to you when you call him
  • Stays – sit and down
  • Off & Take it – teaching your dog to drop, leave, or not approach something

Dates for upcoming classes:

  • Sunday, 8/11 – 9/29,  11:00 (No Class 9/22)
  • Sunday, 10/6 – 11/24, 11:00 (No Class 10/13 and 11/10)

Please contact Bark and Boarding for registration information: 703-931-5057

Manners Level II

We will focus on walking nicely in public while practicing recalls, stays and distance work.  Includes Canine Good Citizen, CGC, Test: AKC’s program rewarding a dog who has good social skills and their owner who demonstrates proper dog control.

6 Sessions, $215.00 for pups over 6 months

Please contact Bark and Boarding for registration information: 703-931-5057

 

K9 Detection Work/Find It

This class is a lot of fun for both dogs and their owners as it builds on the dog’s natural instinct to hunt. It’s the beginning of detection work, takes little space, no real equipment, and it’s easy to practice at home. This is a great activity for those bad weather days when you just don’t want to do much outside. After all what could be better than finding chicken in a box or a treat under a ball? Provides physical and mental stimulation as it builds confidence. In addition to competition we’ve used Find It to help a young dog climb stairs, a resource guarder to feel more comfortable giving up a prized possession and making friends with an aggressive dog

B&B Find It