We’ve resumed in-person Private Training services and limited in-person Group Classes! We’re implementing strict protocols in our classrooms to keep everyone safe, including social distancing, masks, etc. Click here for more information.
AND, since they turned out to be so wildly successful (and because we want to continue to offer our services to those that can’t make it to our physical classrooms), we’re going to keep offering Group Classes and Private Lessons to you and your dogs in our live, interactive, online Zoom Rooms, too! There are a number of benefits to interactive virtual learning with your canine friends – click here for more information.
Plus, we know that you could use a little extra help right now, so we’re still giving you a $20 discount on all of our Virtual Group Classes! Click here to learn more and grab your coupon code. On top of that, new students who schedule their first Virtual Private Lesson can score 10% off our already competitive pricing… Click here to learn more!
Check the “What’s New” sections of our website often for bonus short online Workshops that we’ll be offering from time to time as well, so you’ll never run out of useful things to teach and fun activities to enjoy with your best friends!
COVID-19 AND YOUR DOGS:
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) reports, “Infectious disease experts and multiple international and domestic human and animal health organizations agree there is no evidence at this point to indicate that pets become ill with COVID-19 or that they spread it to other animals, including people. If you are not ill with COVID-19, you can interact with your pet as you normally would, including walking, feeding, and playing. You should continue to practice good hygiene during those interactions (e.g., wash hands before and after interacting with your pet; ensure your pet is kept well-groomed; regularly clean your pet’s food and water bowls, bedding material, and toys).” Click here for more information.
Until more is known about this disease they also recommend that out of an abundance of caution, people who are infected with COVID-19 restrict contact with their animals to avoid contaminating their skin and/or fur, thereby limiting the possibility of transferring the virus to others who may come in contact with their pets.
Thank you for your understanding, loyalty and patience – see you soon!