If your goal is to enjoy walking and socializing your dogs, this is your perfect opportunity…because it’s free! A+ Dog Training wants to get to know you, your family, and your dog! Come join us for a walk and meet other dogs and dog owners.
Walks last from 45 minutes to one hour with open sidewalks and lots of garbage cans for potty breaks. Come and go as you please!
Meet at the corner of Monte Vista & Crowell Road at CSU, Stanislaus in Turlock.
Bring bags for waste. NO retractable leashes. You can bring as many friends as you want but for safety, only one dog per person please.
Jerzy would like to wish everyone a Happy Tongue Out Tuesday!
Don’t forget that this Saturday is A+ Dog Training’s Puppy Social and Pack Walk.
Meet Titus, a German Shepherd who wants to work on more dog obedience training as well as get rid of a few unwanted behaviors. With A+ Dog Training’s A+ Lifetime program, Titus will receive unlimited obedience classes and private training for his entire life! Welcome to our pack family, Titus!
Duke & Hank both joined A+ Dog Training’s Calm Canine programs to improve in dog obedience, barking, and jumping. These two brothers are going to have some fun in our obedience classes and private trainings at home. Welcome to our pack family, Duke & Hank!
Annie & GiGi would like to show you their Cinco de Mayo Selfie Saturday! Be safe on the roads, everyone!
If you’ve been following Sadie’s training videos on A+ Dog Training’s Facebook Page, then you’re going to want to view her most recent training session. Will she finally trust Tom and eat the turkey from his hand? Visit our FB page to find out!
It was A+ Dog Training’s first time attending the Hughson Fruit & Nut Festival. Although our company is based out of Turlock, CA, we are a mobile business and do in-home personalized private training for behavior issues and dog obedience. Look for our booth at the Dog Walker Watch event held at Modesto Dog Park on May 19th from 9:00 – 11:00 A.M.
One game we play with the kids in 4H is Red Light Green Light. It’s not to see how fast the dogs can walk because we don’t want their dogs to pull them. It’s to see who could get their dog to Heel then Sit fastest. This is where the kids learn how the command voice should be.
Another game we play is Last Dog Sitting (instead of Last Man Standing). It’s fun to see how competitive the junior high and high school students get with the elementary students.