Dog Training at the League

The League offers a range of positive reinforcement dog training classes—everything from basic manners to agility skills—for all dogs. Each 6-week-long course tuition is deliberately kept affordable at $150 to encourage people to train their dogs using the most modern, humane, and effective methods. Our trainers are also dedicated to our adoptable dogs and work with them on basic obedience—some of the dogs have been AKC CGC certified! All of our dog training classes are taught by the League’s CPDT-certified trainers, and the maximum class size is 7-8, meaning you and your dog will get professional, individual attention throughout each course.

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