Fiesty Fido Class

Feisty Fido in action

Course starts 10.30am, Friday 2 August  2019 and concludes Friday 29 August 2019
Working Spot: $300 (Participant with dog),
Observer Spot: $100 (Auditor – usually without dog present).

Venue: SBRC Gym, 2 Bell Road, Brooklyn

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A specialised class for dogs who bark, lunge and otherwise show aggression when on a lead around other dogs. This science-based class will help you calm your leash reactive dog and gives you the confidence to walk your dog in public again. With a high student-teacher ratio this class is limited to a maximum of four participant dogs and their families, with an additional four places available for auditors – people who attend as observers and can use the skills to practice at home with their own dogs.
Each weekly 90-minute session covers a range of useful and positively developed skills under experienced and qualified instruction with veterinary behaviour endorsement and support.

Advanced Companion

Advanced Companion
Next Available Course
Sunday 28 July 2019 9am
Weekend training venue at Unit 4, 60 Kingsford-Smith Street
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Cost: $144 for continuing students who have completed either Teen or Adult.
$180 for students new to A.C.E. Dog Training – including short home visit make-up session.
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The next step in training with your dog. Strengthens control under distraction, adds more complex handling techniques and builds recall and stay reliability. Graduates receive the certificate recognised by Wellington City Council Animal Control Services for RDO registration discount applications. A five week course limited in size for maximum value and individualised attention from our highly experienced instructors.

Recall Redux

Recall
Next Available Course:
Saturday 8 June 2019, 2pm
First two sessions held at our weekend training venue: Unit 4, 66 Kingsford-Smith Street then a third session at a local park.
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Cost: $120
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A specialist class for any age of dog over 3 intensive sessions. Build a more reliable recall or “come quickly when called” off-lead –  for in the park or on the beach. Includes an off-site practice session at a local park. Dogs attending must be both people friendly and socially comfortable around other dogs, as this class involves considerable off-lead activities.