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BrightDogs Training Programs

BrightDogs offers several options for training and our small class size allows for personalized training.  We don't just cover Sit, Stay and Heel, we work with behavior modification and understanding your dogs body language. We speak dog!  We only use positive reinforcement for training.  

Basic Obedience - Using basic commands to train your do.  Understanding your dogs body language and working with them so you have a well behaved dog and you are a happy owner!

Intermediate Obedience - Taking basic skills and enhancing them to work with distractions.  Loose leash walking, reducing reactive behavior and distraction training.

Dog Parkour - Described as "Urban Agility", dog parkour is a great way to work out with your dog!  Dog Parkour (TM) combines elements of human parkour and dog agility to create an accessible activity for dogs and humans alike. Dogs get introduced to the world of jumping, climbing, balancing over, crawling under, and going around different obstacles in their everyday world.  A great way to boost your dog's confidence and learn something totally new!

Private training- When your dog has behaviors that require one on one training, or to work without other dogs present, we offer private one on one training time.  We will focus on behavior modification and reducing your dogs stress while learning.  Call to schedule an evaluation for private training.  An evaluation will give us a starting point to give you a path for training.  Call 815-823-9279.

Get ready for CGC - Does your dog have what it takes to be a Canine Good Citizen?  Let us help you find out in this class series that covers the requirements for the CGC Evaluation.  When you complete the course, we can provide a testing date!  

We recommend that puppies be at least 12 weeks old with 3 rounds of puppy shots completed    Rescue dogs who are older than 12 weeks should have been with you for at least 2 weeks post adoption to ensure their health and comfort level with the handler.