|We offer a wide range of classes to suit every age & need.
Click on the link & open the current information & pre-registration flier for that class, or
contact us for additional information.
(no link? email us for details on any class you are interested in.)
Click on the class name to open the file in .pdf format,
click on "MS Word" for word files.
All classes require pre-registration!
| Puppy K & Play!! New Classes begin May 2014!|
|Basic Obedience & Manners New Classes starting May 2014!!|
|Better than Basic (Prerequisite: Basic Obedience) New Classes starting May 2014!|
|Fun & Games with Fido Class begins in April 2014!|
|Rally O New 10 week class starting April 2014!|
|Therapy Dog Prep Class Next class tba - Summer 2014 - VERY Limited enrollment!|
|Agility FUNdamentals (MS Word) New Class starts Spring 2014 -|
|Breed Handling New Class starting April 2014!|
|Shake Rattle & Roll! (msword) Trick Class coming soon|
|Competition Level Obedience New class begins April 2014! Drop Ins available - email for info!|
|First Aid for Dogs Coming Summer 2014! |
| K9 Nosework - NEW CLASS starts Spring 2014!!|
|Special Events |
|Private Sessions & Behavior Counseling|
|Top Notch Dog Training holds classes in Lagrangeville, NY and serves Dutchess County & the
entire Hudson Valley area.
|All photographs are copyrighted and may not be used without permission.
Why should you enroll your
puppy in class before
4 months of age?
The AVMA (American Veterinary
Medical Association) says:
"Obedience Training and
A MUST for every good family dog,
regardless of size or breed! Puppies
may start classes when they are as
young as 7-8 weeks old. Check with
your veterinarian for class
(to see full statement, click here)
Why positive training is better for
The American Veterinary Society of
Animal Behavior (AVSAB) recently
released a position statement on the
use of punishment for behavior
modification (training), which
received some press from AAHA
(American Animal Hospital
Association -- looked to as the "gold
standard" for quality veterinary care).
Top Notch Dog Training strongly
supports the AVSAB's statement
and joins with the AAHA in
supporting the position statement..
American Veterinary Society
of Animal Behaviorist's
|Don't cheat yourself -
bring YOUR dog
to Top Notch
Dog Training ~
you both can learn
Family Pet Training
|All classes at
275C Emans Road,