Training Classes

Training Classes at HHHS

*Classes typically last one hour  

Petiquette 1  $100 for 6 weeks/ meets once per week
Tuesdays – June 20th – August 1st;  7:15pm
Saturdays – July 8th – August 12th;  10:45am

Petiquette 1 EXPRESS $100 for 3 weeks/ meets twice per week
Tuesdays & Thursdays – June 13th – June 29th;  6pm
Tuesdays & Thursdays – July 11th – July 27th;  6pm

Petiquette 2 $100 for 6 weeks/ meets once per week
Saturdays – July 8th – August 12th;  9:30am
Fridays – June 16th – July 21st;  6pm

 
Canine Good Citizen (CGC)  *must have completed Pet 1 and Pet 2   $100 for 6 weeks/meets once per week
Saturdays – July 8th – August 12th; Noon
*Dates and times may change. Payment is the only way to secure a spot in class.

6 week class for $120 – for next classes (beginning and intermediate)
AGILITY  $120/ meets once per week for 6 weeks

Beginners:  May 1st;  6:30pm; Mondays
Intermediate:  May 1st; 7:30pm;  Mondays

Contact Lynn Morgan at 785-230-3164 or wildcatmlm@gmail.com to reserve a spot today!
Lynn Morgan from Agility Directions is teaming up with HHHS to offer agility classes at our shelter. Agility is the ultimate game for you and your dog. It is an activity that strengthens the bond between dog and handler and provides fun and exercise for both. Agility boosts the confidence of both dog and handler, too. We encourage people of all ages to sign up for the class with their four-legged friend. You will not be disappointed with the fun you have learning this fast-growing sport with your dog!
 

NOTE: Dogs must be 8 months of age to take the class.


Ohana Dog Training LLC
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Tanya Walsh, MA, ABC-DT, is a certified positive reinforcement dog trainer. She is the owner proprietor of Ohana Dog Training LLC. “Ohana” is Hawaiian for family and her goal as a trainer is to give dogs and humans the tools so that “Fido” becomes a happy, lifelong member of the family. Tanya is also one of the Pets librarians at the Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library, so you can often find her and ask her questions at the Reference desk. She is a member of the Heartland Positive Dog Training Alliance and the Association of Professional Dog Trainers. When not at the library or at training classes, she enjoys reading, music, and most of all, hanging out with her Great Pyrenees, Beckett.