During this six (6) week class, dogs will develop faster and more durable response rates and become more confident. This class improves recall, stay reliability with distractions, leave it alone and general improvement in all social behaviors. Training games make learning fast and fun.
8 PM Classes: We offer a 25% discount for classes beginning at 8 PM. The discount is built into the registration process.
For dogs that are 4 months old, or older. Best results if dog is over 6 months and tolerant of other dogs.
Pre-Requisites / Requirements
Completion of a Basic Skills class, or demonstrate reliable responses to sit, down, stay and walk for a short duration on a loose leash. If your dog is reactive and unable to function well around other dogs, please contact us prior to enrolling.
Please bring dogs on flat collars or harnesses and a 4 to 6 foot leash. Please do not bring choke, prong or other correction collars or retractable leashes.
- Intermediate Skills 2212: April 23~May 28, 6:30 pm
April 23, 2019
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
As the Lead Trainer at Train the Bay, Nancy spent the last three decades dedicated to her training work, to developing the program, and to helping Bay Area dogs and their families. In addition to the hundreds of students she teaches every year, she is the voice behind Berkeley Humane’s free Behavior Advice Hotline, and she evaluates and supports the training of shelter dogs at Berkeley Humane.
When Dee rescued Farley, a Border Collie who "had issues", her journey into animal behavior began. Dee was motivated to learn quickly in order to manage Farley and keep him safe. They attended the classes and private consultations offered by Train the Bay—Farley showed progress, which further motivated Dee to obtain her CPDT-KA certification. Today, Dee teaches dog training classes and her dog demonstrates for the class. Dee credits Farley for being a wonderful teacher.
Barbara specializes in basic obedience training for large and small dogs. Her life-long love for animals and dogs evolved into a desire to understand animal behavior. She enrolled with Dog Training Internship Academy in San Francisco to further her knowledge, and has continued to broaden her knowledge and training through courses and seminars. She enjoys teaching and helping families grow their connection with their pets.
Birgit has been teaching basic and intermediate obedience classes at Train the Bay since 2003. She attended the dog behavior academy at Marin Humane Society and became certified as a professional dog trainer through the Certification Counsel for Professional Dog Trainers (CCPDT). Birgit enjoys teaching dogs of all sizes and temperaments.