The calendar below shows dates, times and locations of our group classes, including those held in our live, interactive, online Zoom rooms – if you’re looking at it on your phone make sure to turn it horizontally to see all current class listings. To enroll your dog in a class, click on the listing below or go to our Group Classes page and click on the icon for the type of class you’re interested in. You’ll see information about the class prerequisites, curriculum, etc. and a link to view upcoming start dates and other details. You many also audit any of the class sessions listed below (without your dog – see note below), either to “make up” a class session you missed or to check us out in action.
To view class details, including locations and levels of Agility and Nose Work Classes, click on the event.
Parking and the entrance to our Indoor Training Facility in Canoga Park are located in the rear of the building (the classroom is on the second floor). The Stevensons Ranch and Granada Hills classes are held inside pet stores and the Glendale classes are held in the play yard across the street from the Glendale Humane Society.
- Click here for maps of all our class locations.
Humans only for auditing, please. Note: due to current social distancing requirements, we may not be able to accommodate all who wish to visit an in-person Group Class session. Zoom auditing spots are unlimited (and include portals to our in-person classes), but if you’d like to watch a class session in-person please call us at the number below to make sure we’ll have room for you. Thank you for understanding.
Key: Live, Online Virtual Classes = Green / Canoga Park Facility = Gray / Granada Hills Facility = Purple / Valencia/Stevenson Ranch Facility = Yellow / Other Locations = Blue / Notifications = Red
NOTE: Although many of the Group Classes scheduled below are shown as being held in-person, due to the current spike in COVID-19 cases in our area, we’ll be holding all class sessions during the first couple of weeks of January in our live, interactive Zoom portals, and will be re-evaluating as events unfold. As soon as the numbers decline and Los Angeles County is no longer considered to be at extreme risk, we’ll resume in-person sessions inside our classrooms and hope this will occur quickly. While we have many safety protocols in place, we feel it would be irresponsible at this time to have multiple people from different households attend our facilities simultaneously, and appreciate your understanding. Please click here to learn more about what a dog training class session on Zoom is like, and feel free to contact us anytime about the status of our in-person Group Classes.