Idaho Humane Society Dog Training Program
Family Pet Manners
training classes focuses on giving you the basics to train your dog. We use positive
reinforcement training methods and teach you how to train your dog in an
enjoyable and rewarding manner.You’ll work on a variety of good pet dog manners:
sit, down, stay, recalls, loose-leash walking, waiting at the door, leave-it,
etc., and some fun tricks too! We also discuss other dog behavior challenges
according to class needs and interests. Utilizing reward based training techniques your
dog will learn in a fun and positive way. Class size is kept small to keep the
atmosphere fun, encouraging and progressive.
Socialize your dog through
positive interactions and games. Learn basic ways to communicate
effectively with your dog. Help your dog become a
“thinking” dog. Have fun building a long
lasting relationship with your dog
informational sessions are available for you to attend and learn more about the
program, what to expect and prepare for your training classes. Schedule
yourself to attend one of the free Orientation sessions
prior to enrolling into the training classes. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to get
scheduled for an Orientation session. Orientation sessions are for humans only,
no dogs allowed!
meet once a week for one hour. Classes are held Mon-Wed at 6:30pm in the IHS
Education Room at 4775 Dorman St. in Boise.
class size provides the most individual coaching possible in a group setting.
reserves your place in class. Fees are not refundable but may be transferred
with Trainer's approval.
members welcome! Kids over 12 may train. Multiple children must have a supervising
adult, in addition to the handler.
requirements: Adult dogs must have current rabies, distemper/parvo
vaccinations. Puppies must have received two distemper/parvo vaccines prior to
first class and show continuing vaccinations updates as appropriate during the
are not appropriate for dogs with Dog/Dog or Dog/People Reactivity/Aggression issues.
If you have any concerns about your dog’s behavior with new dogs or people,
please contact us at email@example.com before registering for class.
Schedule & Cost:
one-hour classes, to be taken in succession. Choose a weekday evening, Monday through Wednesday.
- If you
need to miss a class, make-ups can usually be arranged, but are not guaranteed.
- Tuition is $110.00
How to Get Registered
Idaho Humane Society
4775 Dorman St
Boise, ID 83705
I believe training should be enjoyable
for you and your dog. If your dog has fun learning and gets rewarded for it,
they’ll want to do it over and over again. Positive reinforcement training
enriches the relationship between us and our dogs and builds a solid bond of
trust. A dog will choose to be a willing member of the training process when the
teaching is done without force.Training with positive interactions builds the
foundation for a wonderful, lasting relationship with your dog.