Puppy Class Times:
There’s nothing more exciting than bringing home a new puppy. Set them up for a lifetime of success with training classes!
Who can attend puppy classes?
Our puppy classes are designed for dogs ages 8 weeks to 6 months. For our human attendees, we allow up to two handlers per dog.
How are puppy classes organized?
All puppy classes are limited to 4 puppies. When we group puppies together, we take into account their breed, size, age, and play styles in order to allow for proper play between the puppies. In some cases, we may recommend that a puppy join one of our adolescent class times for a more appropriate fit.
How much do puppy classes cost?
We have two options; a 6-week package or a 12-week package. All participants also receive a “Welcome Bag” with a small bag of Fig & Tyler treats, a clicker, some treat samples, and a coupon for 15% off items in our store. Custom payment plans are available; please inquire about this when scheduling.
6 week package: $320.00
12 week package: $600.00
What if I can’t make it to a class?
We allow 1 “skip week” per 6-week package.
What if my puppy has trouble in class?
If your puppy for has a hard time in the group setting we will reschedule you for private sessions at our Everett facility with Jacey at no additional cost.
Do you have wait lists for your classes?
We offer a rolling start in all of our puppy classes, which means that you will typically be able to start within 2 weeks of reaching out.
How do I register for puppy classes?
Call/text our scheduler Allison at 425-977-9605 to start the registration process and find out which classes have openings.
Where are puppy classes held?
All classes are held at our Everett Facility, located at:
10113 Dakota Way
Everett, WA 98204
Plenty of street parking is available.
What skills do you cover in puppy classes?
We cover many topics in our classes and also offer Q & A time to so you can get the expert support you need as you build a strong foundation with your puppy. Our classes are designed to help you solve both common and uncommon behavioral issues, help your dog become comfortable with basic grooming and handling activities, and also teach both the standard and not-so-standard obedience cues.
Upon completing the 12-week course you will have a solid understanding of how your dog learns, how to increase criteria, what motivates your puppy to want to work with you, and how to solve basic undesired behaviors. Our curriculum includes:
Grooming and Handling:
Welcome to the family!
Once you’re enrolled in one of our classes, you’re part of the Pet Coach to the Rescue family! You can now request to join our Facebook Training Group; within this group you will have access to all of our handouts, videos of training exercises, fun contests, and be able to connect with other pet parents. We hope to see you there!