Register for Fall Dog training Classes at ARL
Back to school isn’t just for kids! The fall is a great time to get you and your pup involved in dog training. As you figure out your fall schedule, be sure to save some time for enriching your dog’s life.
Why send your dog to school? Training your dog benefits him, your family, and everyone around you. Not only does it teach your pup rules and good manners, it also keeps him from getting bored.
Pets can become bored when left alone all day while the family’s at work and school. In a survey, Pet360 discovered that 20 percent of pet owners with school-age children said their pets showed signs of anxiety when everyone in the house went back to their normal routine at the end of the summer. Dog training classes are a fantastic way to bond with your pup and create a fun, challenging routine that will keep your pet active.
The Animal Rescue League offers a variety of dog training classes as part of our commitment to supporting positive relationships between people and their pets.
Our certified, experienced and caring dog trainers help you teach your dog basic and advanced commands, as well as house and outdoor manners. We also offer fun dog sports and agility classes if you’re looking for something more laid back.
All classes are held at our Boston shelter and we offer free on-site parking for your convenience.
Here are a few of our classes that start soon.
- Puppy Kindergarten: Tuesdays September 09 at 6pm and Sunday September 28 at 10am
- Good Manners: Tuesday, September 09 at 7pm and Sunday, September 28 at 11am
- Advanced Puppy Training: Sunday, September 28 at 9am
- Sniffing for Fun: Sunday, September 28 at 12pm
- Canine Good Citizen: Sunday, September 28 at 1pm
Recent ARL alums receive a 25% discount. Boston Veterinary Care clients receive a 10% discount.
For more information and to enroll in a dog training class visit arlboston.org/dog-training.