Dog Spelled Forward Announces Group Dog Training Classes in Bergen County

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Dog Spelled Forward LLC is pleased to announce its new winter schedule for basic obedience and puppy kindergarten dog training classes in Maywood, NJ.  

Dog Spelled Forward LLC is pleased to announce its new winter schedule for basic obedience and puppy kindergarten dog training classes in Maywood, NJ.
 
Group classes are a great way to teach dogs good manners and how to focus in the presence of other people and dogs. A good obedience class offers a fun, educational, and rewarding environment where both dogs and people have an opportunity to succeed. Puppy classes are a great way to get a new addition to your family started off on the right foot.

The Basic Obedience classes are one hour each and run for eight weeks.  Classes cover:

  • Sit and Down 
  • Stay 
  • Come when called 
  • Walking nicely on leash 
  • Wait politely for food, at doors, etc. 
  • Leave items alone when told
  • And much more!

Puppy kindergarten classes are an important way to provide puppies with critical socialization during their early development.

The Puppy classes are one hour each and run for eight weeks. Classes cover:

  • Socialization
  • Help with nipping and biting
  • Advice on housetraining
  • Puppy playtime
  • Basic obedience behaviors
  • And much more!

 
The next eight-week series of both classes begins Monday, January 18th at Pawticular Pets on Pleasant Ave in Maywood.  Registration for both classes is $200.00 and is limited, so register online today at  http://www.dogspelledforward.com/services

Dog Spelled Forward was founded by Eric Goebelbecker who believes in dog-friendly training.  Eric’s mission is to help you and your dog live together happily and in harmony. Eric believes every dog deserves a home and every home deserves to be safe and happy. It’s his job to make sure the latter is true for you.

Whether your dog was brought home as a puppy or adopted later in life, she may present you with a variety of issues, such as difficulties walking on leash, jumping up on people, or chewing on items that should not be chewed on. She may even have more serious behavioral problems such as guarding food and toys, lunging at, snapping at or biting people or fighting with other dogs. Eric has the knowledge, the experience and the desire to help you, regardless of how difficult or trivial the problem may seem.

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