Leadership Class

Leadership Class, our trademark at Acme, this class offers a comprehensive approach to all of the basic commands such as sit, stay, down, and adds a couple in as well.  Such as Leave it and curb Do not cross the imaginary boundary line.  This class comes with a lifetime guarantee, so if your dog becomes forgetful or you want to brush up on certain commands, you are welcome. We use natural communication techniques strength and confidence, balanced with lots of positive reinforcement. You learn how to earn your dog's respect and devotion without using food bribery.

By the end of Week 1, your dog will find you more fascinating than the other dogs in the class. You'll be playing a Leadership Game with him that will relax him while exercising his mind. Leash-pulling and jumping up will be a thing of the past.

By the end of Week 2, your dog will be walking attentively with you on a slack leash or with no leash. Your dog will learn to sit the first time you say the word, to sit-stay in one spot, and to keep out of mischief with the leave it command.

By the end of Week 3, your dog will be responding positively to comedown (lie down) and curb (a wonderful boundary training command).

In Week 4, your dog learns to down-stay (long-term parking), and you receive canine first aid training.

Leadership Class is for dogs over four months of age. Groups consist of not more than 6 new dogs.

Fee: $175.

Lifetime refresher courses free of charge and any family members may attend at no extra charge. Full payment is required at time of booking. Visa and Mastercard accepted. If you need to cancel, you will receive a full refund if you contact us at least 72 hours before the start of your class. No refunds issued after that time.

Upcoming Dates: See Schedule, or call 509-574-4008.

*Lifetime Guarantee: At no extra charge, your dog may repeat Leadership Class for the rest of his life. He may make up missed classes, attend refreshers with you, come with various family members, and even with new owners if you choose to re-home him.