Precious Pippa

Meet Pippa, an unknown Terrier Mix who kicked off her Calm Canine program with a seven-day board & train.  Pippa is hesitant around men and needs some help responding to basic dog obedience.  With the programs she chose with A+ Dog Training, Pippa will be one of the most responsive and friendly dogs in Gustine!  Welcome to our pack family, Pippa!

Furbullet Friday

Meet Zelda Furbullet Mitchell, a Belgian Malinois training on boundaries, confidence, and better command with dog obedience training.  With A+ Dog Training’s most popular Calm Canine program, Zelda will be the poster dog for Furbullet Fridays!  Welcome to our pack family, Zelda!

Puppy Social this Saturday at 2:00 P.M.

Get advice from a professional dog trainer, be around other puppy owners that are going through the same things you are, and be able to take a one hour break from the chaos your puppy is causing. This is when you can take a step back and enjoy watching your puppy interact with other non-fully vaccinated puppies in a controlled environment. Puppies can teach each other so many things in an hour’s worth of play compared to a week’s worth with their owner. Let’s make it happen!

Saturday, December 8, 2018 from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Taylor ER Veterinary
Cost: $25 per puppy
(For puppies who need to be socialized but have not fully been vaccinated yet or up to one year old).

Cost may be waived depending on Taylor ER Veterinary’s Puppy Plan.

Please call Taylor ER Veterinary to register at 209-669-8600.

FREE Community Pack Walk 12.08.18 @ 10 A.M.

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.