Do you need to take your dog to obedience but class times never suit because you work shifts? No need to worry! We've got you sorted!
This class is based on our VERY popular Dog Obedience School - which has filled up again! But in this class you'll get the opportunity to learn more and there is no limit to how long you can attend! Plus you can choose the best day and time that suits you too!
We often had interest in our obedience classes but found that many people worked shifts, or couldn't make evenings or weekends because of family commitments, so, we've come up with a better way to do things!
You'll get the same high-quality instruction, and still have small class sizes to ensure you and your dog make good progress!
This is what Laura says about obedience training at SolutionK9 "This class is definitely that good! That crazy lab you mentioned is improving every day. Cannot wait for the next class!"
And this is what Jo-Anne said: "Norman started dog obedience with Luzelle a month ago and after the first session we had him walking on a loose lead! Now that's pretty amazing as we've tried everything and yet all walks started out with us nearly dislocating an arm! Such a difference and it didn't stop there! He's now much more focused and is loving learning lots of new things. Luzelle is amazing, she spends time getting to know your dog and really gets in their heads, then adapts training to suit your dog which is fantastic! I would recommend her to anyone with any breed dog, if Norman can learn it any dog can!"
And Rebecca "Charlotte learned so much during the 4-week obedience course. I have a lot more confidence with her. Thank you sooo much!!! We are loving our morning walks. Can’t wait to take her for more coffee dates."
Spots were already filling up before this class officially opened for registration! Don't miss out there are limited openings and once it fills up you'll have to wait for someone to cancel to get in!
Why is this class worth it?
The results speak for themselves. You certainly can do a cheaper class, and waste your time and money because you are very likely to still have a dog who pulls on the leash at the end of it.
How can we achieve results that other training cannot?
Classes are small and we set you and your dog up for success by including a private lesson at the SolutionK9 Education Centre before class starts, to give you and your dog things you need to work on so that the first class isn't chaos and we can get straight into learning!
My name is Luzelle, and I understand what it's like to feel frustrated, overwhelmed and embarrassed by your dog's bad behaviour!
When I got my first dog, I'd never had a dog before. I started from beyond zero experience.
My first dog was the most embarrassing dog EVER.
I couldn't take him for a walk - he dragged me everywhere (I still have the scars on my knees and a dicky shoulder from his pulling).
I couldn't walk past people or dogs - he barked at everyone and everything!
I couldn't let him off leash - he wouldn't come back (oh the drama of trying to catch him still makes me wake up in cold sweats).
I couldn't take him to the beach - he chased the birds and totally tuned out, like I didn't exist.
He chased every cat in the neighbourhood - including our own! (He even got his head stuck in the fence for doing so)
He stole food, the cat's and ours!
He humped everyone and everything (including me. In front of EVERYONE)
And that was AFTER I took him to Dog Training!
I started from sub-zero - that's where you have no clue, no skills, no experience and no help! The dog training classes I went to did nothing to help me with my dog's bad behaviour. So, I had to learn.
Then I started helping other people with their dogs and got more dogs, and became addicted to helping people just like you transform their once naughty dogs into amazing dogs! So that people like YOU can actually enjoy your dogs and not feel overwhelmed and out of control like I used to feel!
So, I know what it's like, I've been there! I've dragged myself to ineffective classes rain, hail and shine!
Ask yourself, if your dog would just walk nicely on leash without pulling your arm out of its socket, would it be worth it?