This course helps dogs overcome their leash reactivity. It is a very small class size and uses visual barriers to help the dogs adjust to each other. The class is invaluable for helping dogs increase their tolerance of others. Please note that this class is for dogs who are reactive towards other dogs. They could bark at people, but not be a threat of biting a person.

Here's what typically happens.

You get a puppy, and think to yourself, "How hard can this be? My puppy will be perfect and doesn't need training! Besides, he's already good at sitting."

At first, he's so darn cute that you don't mind that he's jumping on people or nipping your fingers. Then he starts growing. The jumping gets worse, and now he's pulling you down the street when you go for a walk. He gets separation anxiety when you leave him alone, is starting to growl at other dogs, and you saw him eat poop at the dog park. No more licking your face!


Uh-oh. This is harder than you thought, and this is only the beginning. You're not exactly sure what to do about it, and you certainly don't want to deal with these issues for the next fifteen years!

The bottom line is that you just need to know what to do, in clear, simple steps. You've already discovered that books, websites, and talking with friends or family aren't getting you very far. That's where training class comes in.

Most people believe that puppy class is about teaching their dog to sit and stay. Because their dog may already be good at sitting and staying, they may decide against it (never mind the fact that the dog will only sit when there's a treat present and with no distractions!).

Tucker Pup's training courses are designed differently than that. Instead of simply "training your dog," we believe in teaching the owners on how to properly handle their dogs and guide their behavior in a positive way.

This course covers the following topics:
  • Loose-leash walking (walking politely at your side, without pulling)
  • Listening to you the first time, without repeating yourself
  • Leaving something alone, and walking away from something
  • Keeping four on the floor and not on your guests, the counter, or your furniture
  • Coming directly to you when called, even when highly distracted
  • Greeting new people or other dogs nicely, including on walks
  • Sitting, staying, lying down, giving eye contact
  • Going to a place in your home, such as a mat, to await further instruction
  • Accepting people handling him, such as touching his paws, clipping his nails, getting groomed, etc.
  • Play-biting
  • Socialization and playing nicely with other dogs
  • House training
  • Chewing
  • Exercising
  • Playing fun games and exercises with you

Even if your puppy may not be exhibiting problems with these behaviors at the moment, chances are you will run into some of them (or similar ones) over the course of time. This class will teach you how to prevent them occurring to begin with, and stop them if they start.


The critical time for a dog's learning is before the age of 4.5 months. After that, these "challenging" behaviors become harder to eliminate. The Puppy Manners course is designed to start your puppy off on the right foot so he doesn't need to "unlearn" things later on. This will set the tone for having a wonderful, positive relationship with your dog for many years to come.


Here's what typically happens.

You get a puppy, and think to yourself, "How hard can this be? My puppy will be perfect and doesn't need training! Besides, he's already good at sitting."

At first, he's so darn cute that you don't mind that he's jumping on people or nipping your fingers. Then he starts growing. The jumping gets worse, and now he's pulling you down the street when you go for a walk. He gets separation anxiety when you leave him alone, is starting to growl at other dogs, and you saw him eat poop at the dog park. No more licking your face!


Uh-oh. This is harder than you thought, and this is only the beginning. You're not exactly sure what to do about it, and you certainly don't want to deal with these issues for the next fifteen years!

The bottom line is that you just need to know what to do, in clear, simple steps. You've already discovered that books, websites, and talking with friends or family aren't getting you very far. That's where training class comes in.

Most people believe that puppy class is about teaching their dog to sit and stay. Because their dog may already be good at sitting and staying, they may decide against it (never mind the fact that the dog will only sit when there's a treat present and with no distractions!).

Tucker Pup's training courses are designed differently than that. Instead of simply "training your dog," we believe in teaching the owners on how to properly handle their dogs and guide their behavior in a positive way.

This course covers the following topics:
  • Loose-leash walking (walking politely at your side, without pulling)
  • Listening to you the first time, without repeating yourself
  • Leaving something alone, and walking away from something
  • Keeping four on the floor and not on your guests, the counter, or your furniture
  • Coming directly to you when called, even when highly distracted
  • Greeting new people or other dogs nicely, including on walks
  • Sitting, staying, lying down, giving eye contact
  • Going to a place in your home, such as a mat, to await further instruction
  • Accepting people handling him, such as touching his paws, clipping his nails, getting groomed, etc.
  • Play-biting
  • Socialization and playing nicely with other dogs
  • House training
  • Chewing
  • Exercising
  • Playing fun games and exercises with you

Even if your puppy may not be exhibiting problems with these behaviors at the moment, chances are you will run into some of them (or similar ones) over the course of time. This class will teach you how to prevent them occurring to begin with, and stop them if they start.


The critical time for a dog's learning is before the age of 4.5 months. After that, these "challenging" behaviors become harder to eliminate. The Puppy Manners course is designed to start your puppy off on the right foot so he doesn't need to "unlearn" things later on. This will set the tone for having a wonderful, positive relationship with your dog for many years to come.


Want to help your puppy become socialized, but are uncomfortable with going to the dog park? This is a common concern because dog parks can have unvaccinated dogs, people may not be paying attention, there are different sizes of dogs and levels of aggression, and the dog park may not be as clean as you would prefer.

Why Tucker Pup's puppy socials are so great:
  • Supervised by one of our trainers, while you watch and participate
  • Off-leash play, plus games and exercises
  • We confirm that all dogs are properly vaccinated
  • The room is kept very clean
  • The weather doesn't matter
  • Your puppy can play with others that are its same size

It's also fun to interact with other dog owners and make some new friends in the neighborhood!

We recommend signing up for 3-4 puppy socials in order to help your puppy become highly socialized and as highly prepared as possible for dog parks, daycare, boarding, the beach, and much more.

Your first social is free, then $25 per dog per social thereafter.

Frisbee is a great sport to play with your dog! It will wear him out, is tons of fun, and is a great way to work on listening and recall.

In this course, you will learn the basics of frisbee throwing, including:
  • How to properly throw a frisbee
  • Teaching your dog to jump in the air to catch the frisbee
  • Teaching your dog to bring the frisbee back to you

Get started in canine frisbee - your dog will love it!

Does your dog listen only half the time? Pull on the leash? Jump on people? Come to you when called? Leave items alone that are on the ground?

Having a dog that listens to you without fail is one of the greatest joys and can bring such peace into your life. Many people say "My dog doesn't need training because he knows how to sit pretty well." They don't know what they are missing! Your dog may be able to follow some basics in your house when there are no distractions and you have a treat in your hand, but what about all those life situations that make listening much harder? For example, what about when you're walking down the sidewalk and he spots a squirrel? When you're at the dog park and he jumps up on a small child? When you're at the beach and he runs away from you? What if you're outside and he runs toward the street and that oncoming car? When he approaches something on the floor that you don't want him to eat?


The primary purpose of the Adult Manners course is to teach your dog the fundamental skills so you can have her do what you want, on command without repeating yourself, time after time. In other words, we are trying to teach self-control across a variety of specific behaviors.

Instead of simply "training your dog," we believe in teaching the owners on how to properly handle their dogs and guide their behavior in a positive way.

This course covers the following topics:
  • Listening to you the first time, without repeating yourself
  • Leaving something alone, and walking away from something
  • Loose-leash walking (walking politely at your side, without pulling)
  • Coming directly to you when called, even when highly distracted
  • Going to a place in your home, such as a mat, to await further instruction
  • Keeping four on the floor and not on your guests, the counter, or your furniture
  • Greeting new people or other dogs nicely, including on walks
  • Sitting, staying, lying down, giving eye contact
  • Playing fun games and exercises with you
  • Accepting people handling him, such as touching his paws, clipping his nails, getting groomed, etc.

Here's what typically happens.

You get a puppy, and think to yourself, "How hard can this be? My puppy will be perfect and doesn't need training! Besides, he's already good at sitting."

At first, he's so darn cute that you don't mind that he's jumping on people or nipping your fingers. Then he starts growing. The jumping gets worse, and now he's pulling you down the street when you go for a walk. He gets separation anxiety when you leave him alone, is starting to growl at other dogs, and you saw him eat poop at the dog park. No more licking your face!


Uh-oh. This is harder than you thought, and this is only the beginning. You're not exactly sure what to do about it, and you certainly don't want to deal with these issues for the next fifteen years!

The bottom line is that you just need to know what to do, in clear, simple steps. You've already discovered that books, websites, and talking with friends or family aren't getting you very far. That's where training class comes in.

Most people believe that puppy class is about teaching their dog to sit and stay. Because their dog may already be good at sitting and staying, they may decide against it (never mind the fact that the dog will only sit when there's a treat present and with no distractions!).

Tucker Pup's training courses are designed differently than that. Instead of simply "training your dog," we believe in teaching the owners on how to properly handle their dogs and guide their behavior in a positive way.

This course covers the following topics:
  • Loose-leash walking (walking politely at your side, without pulling)
  • Listening to you the first time, without repeating yourself
  • Leaving something alone, and walking away from something
  • Keeping four on the floor and not on your guests, the counter, or your furniture
  • Coming directly to you when called, even when highly distracted
  • Greeting new people or other dogs nicely, including on walks
  • Sitting, staying, lying down, giving eye contact
  • Going to a place in your home, such as a mat, to await further instruction
  • Accepting people handling him, such as touching his paws, clipping his nails, getting groomed, etc.
  • Play-biting
  • Socialization and playing nicely with other dogs
  • House training
  • Chewing
  • Exercising
  • Playing fun games and exercises with you

Even if your puppy may not be exhibiting problems with these behaviors at the moment, chances are you will run into some of them (or similar ones) over the course of time. This class will teach you how to prevent them occurring to begin with, and stop them if they start.


The critical time for a dog's learning is before the age of 4.5 months. After that, these "challenging" behaviors become harder to eliminate. The Puppy Manners course is designed to start your puppy off on the right foot so he doesn't need to "unlearn" things later on. This will set the tone for having a wonderful, positive relationship with your dog for many years to come.


Does your dog listen only half the time? Pull on the leash? Jump on people? Come to you when called? Leave items alone that are on the ground?

Having a dog that listens to you without fail is one of the greatest joys and can bring such peace into your life. Many people say "My dog doesn't need training because he knows how to sit pretty well." They don't know what they are missing! Your dog may be able to follow some basics in your house when there are no distractions and you have a treat in your hand, but what about all those life situations that make listening much harder? For example, what about when you're walking down the sidewalk and he spots a squirrel? When you're at the dog park and he jumps up on a small child? When you're at the beach and he runs away from you? What if you're outside and he runs toward the street and that oncoming car? When he approaches something on the floor that you don't want him to eat?


The primary purpose of the Adult Manners course is to teach your dog the fundamental skills so you can have her do what you want, on command without repeating yourself, time after time. In other words, we are trying to teach self-control across a variety of specific behaviors.

Instead of simply "training your dog," we believe in teaching the owners on how to properly handle their dogs and guide their behavior in a positive way.

This course covers the following topics:
  • Listening to you the first time, without repeating yourself
  • Leaving something alone, and walking away from something
  • Loose-leash walking (walking politely at your side, without pulling)
  • Coming directly to you when called, even when highly distracted
  • Going to a place in your home, such as a mat, to await further instruction
  • Keeping four on the floor and not on your guests, the counter, or your furniture
  • Greeting new people or other dogs nicely, including on walks
  • Sitting, staying, lying down, giving eye contact
  • Playing fun games and exercises with you
  • Accepting people handling him, such as touching his paws, clipping his nails, getting groomed, etc.

Here's what typically happens.

You get a puppy, and think to yourself, "How hard can this be? My puppy will be perfect and doesn't need training! Besides, he's already good at sitting."

At first, he's so darn cute that you don't mind that he's jumping on people or nipping your fingers. Then he starts growing. The jumping gets worse, and now he's pulling you down the street when you go for a walk. He gets separation anxiety when you leave him alone, is starting to growl at other dogs, and you saw him eat poop at the dog park. No more licking your face!


Uh-oh. This is harder than you thought, and this is only the beginning. You're not exactly sure what to do about it, and you certainly don't want to deal with these issues for the next fifteen years!

The bottom line is that you just need to know what to do, in clear, simple steps. You've already discovered that books, websites, and talking with friends or family aren't getting you very far. That's where training class comes in.

Most people believe that puppy class is about teaching their dog to sit and stay. Because their dog may already be good at sitting and staying, they may decide against it (never mind the fact that the dog will only sit when there's a treat present and with no distractions!).

Tucker Pup's training courses are designed differently than that. Instead of simply "training your dog," we believe in teaching the owners on how to properly handle their dogs and guide their behavior in a positive way.

This course covers the following topics:
  • Loose-leash walking (walking politely at your side, without pulling)
  • Listening to you the first time, without repeating yourself
  • Leaving something alone, and walking away from something
  • Keeping four on the floor and not on your guests, the counter, or your furniture
  • Coming directly to you when called, even when highly distracted
  • Greeting new people or other dogs nicely, including on walks
  • Sitting, staying, lying down, giving eye contact
  • Going to a place in your home, such as a mat, to await further instruction
  • Accepting people handling him, such as touching his paws, clipping his nails, getting groomed, etc.
  • Play-biting
  • Socialization and playing nicely with other dogs
  • House training
  • Chewing
  • Exercising
  • Playing fun games and exercises with you

Even if your puppy may not be exhibiting problems with these behaviors at the moment, chances are you will run into some of them (or similar ones) over the course of time. This class will teach you how to prevent them occurring to begin with, and stop them if they start.


The critical time for a dog's learning is before the age of 4.5 months. After that, these "challenging" behaviors become harder to eliminate. The Puppy Manners course is designed to start your puppy off on the right foot so he doesn't need to "unlearn" things later on. This will set the tone for having a wonderful, positive relationship with your dog for many years to come.


Agility is a wonderful canine sport, where your dog goes through an obstacle course. It is excellent for teaching your dog to listen and follow your direction. It is also great exercise, mentally stimulating, and is a lot of fun for the humans!

In our Intro to Agility class, your dog will learn to:
  • Go over jumps, which can be set at any height that you want
  • Go through a tunnel, which can be shortened or expanded to any distance that you want
  • Go over the A-frame, which will be at a gentle angle so your dog is successful
  • Jump through a hoop
  • Go through weave poles
  • Sit on the pause table for a brief period of time
  • Go over the teeter-totter, which will be set at a gentle angle so it doesn't slam down when reaching the end


Introducing your dog to the equipment and commands will help prepare him for more advanced agility skills. Who knows - maybe one day your dog will compete and win some trophies!

Does your dog listen only half the time? Pull on the leash? Jump on people? Come to you when called? Leave items alone that are on the ground?

Having a dog that listens to you without fail is one of the greatest joys and can bring such peace into your life. Many people say "My dog doesn't need training because he knows how to sit pretty well." They don't know what they are missing! Your dog may be able to follow some basics in your house when there are no distractions and you have a treat in your hand, but what about all those life situations that make listening much harder? For example, what about when you're walking down the sidewalk and he spots a squirrel? When you're at the dog park and he jumps up on a small child? When you're at the beach and he runs away from you? What if you're outside and he runs toward the street and that oncoming car? When he approaches something on the floor that you don't want him to eat?


The primary purpose of the Adult Manners course is to teach your dog the fundamental skills so you can have her do what you want, on command without repeating yourself, time after time. In other words, we are trying to teach self-control across a variety of specific behaviors.

Instead of simply "training your dog," we believe in teaching the owners on how to properly handle their dogs and guide their behavior in a positive way.

This course covers the following topics:
  • Listening to you the first time, without repeating yourself
  • Leaving something alone, and walking away from something
  • Loose-leash walking (walking politely at your side, without pulling)
  • Coming directly to you when called, even when highly distracted
  • Going to a place in your home, such as a mat, to await further instruction
  • Keeping four on the floor and not on your guests, the counter, or your furniture
  • Greeting new people or other dogs nicely, including on walks
  • Sitting, staying, lying down, giving eye contact
  • Playing fun games and exercises with you
  • Accepting people handling him, such as touching his paws, clipping his nails, getting groomed, etc.

This course helps dogs overcome their leash reactivity. It is a very small class size and uses visual barriers to help the dogs adjust to each other. The class is invaluable for helping dogs increase their tolerance of others. Please note that this class is for dogs who are reactive towards other dogs. They could bark at people, but not be a threat of biting a person.

Here's what typically happens.

You get a puppy, and think to yourself, "How hard can this be? My puppy will be perfect and doesn't need training! Besides, he's already good at sitting."

At first, he's so darn cute that you don't mind that he's jumping on people or nipping your fingers. Then he starts growing. The jumping gets worse, and now he's pulling you down the street when you go for a walk. He gets separation anxiety when you leave him alone, is starting to growl at other dogs, and you saw him eat poop at the dog park. No more licking your face!


Uh-oh. This is harder than you thought, and this is only the beginning. You're not exactly sure what to do about it, and you certainly don't want to deal with these issues for the next fifteen years!

The bottom line is that you just need to know what to do, in clear, simple steps. You've already discovered that books, websites, and talking with friends or family aren't getting you very far. That's where training class comes in.

Most people believe that puppy class is about teaching their dog to sit and stay. Because their dog may already be good at sitting and staying, they may decide against it (never mind the fact that the dog will only sit when there's a treat present and with no distractions!).

Tucker Pup's training courses are designed differently than that. Instead of simply "training your dog," we believe in teaching the owners on how to properly handle their dogs and guide their behavior in a positive way.

This course covers the following topics:
  • Loose-leash walking (walking politely at your side, without pulling)
  • Listening to you the first time, without repeating yourself
  • Leaving something alone, and walking away from something
  • Keeping four on the floor and not on your guests, the counter, or your furniture
  • Coming directly to you when called, even when highly distracted
  • Greeting new people or other dogs nicely, including on walks
  • Sitting, staying, lying down, giving eye contact
  • Going to a place in your home, such as a mat, to await further instruction
  • Accepting people handling him, such as touching his paws, clipping his nails, getting groomed, etc.
  • Play-biting
  • Socialization and playing nicely with other dogs
  • House training
  • Chewing
  • Exercising
  • Playing fun games and exercises with you

Even if your puppy may not be exhibiting problems with these behaviors at the moment, chances are you will run into some of them (or similar ones) over the course of time. This class will teach you how to prevent them occurring to begin with, and stop them if they start.


The critical time for a dog's learning is before the age of 4.5 months. After that, these "challenging" behaviors become harder to eliminate. The Puppy Manners course is designed to start your puppy off on the right foot so he doesn't need to "unlearn" things later on. This will set the tone for having a wonderful, positive relationship with your dog for many years to come.


Our Confidence Booster class is perfect for shy dogs, or dogs whose lack of confidence causes them to react poorly to other dogs. In this course, your dog will be introduced to a number of obstacles and games that will help it realize that the world is not such a bad place after all. The obstacles and games change from class to class, so your dog learns to adjust. You will get homework after each class, so you can practice navigating the world in new and interesting ways at home. Our goal is that by the final class, your dog is not fazed by its surroundings, people, or other dogs, and it will be happy entering new environments.

Want to help your puppy become socialized, but are uncomfortable with going to the dog park? This is a common concern because dog parks can have unvaccinated dogs, people may not be paying attention, there are different sizes of dogs and levels of aggression, and the dog park may not be as clean as you would prefer.

Why Tucker Pup's puppy socials are so great:
  • Supervised by one of our trainers, while you watch and participate
  • Off-leash play, plus games and exercises
  • We confirm that all dogs are properly vaccinated
  • The room is kept very clean
  • The weather doesn't matter
  • Your puppy can play with others that are its same size

It's also fun to interact with other dog owners and make some new friends in the neighborhood!

We recommend signing up for 3-4 puppy socials in order to help your puppy become highly socialized and as highly prepared as possible for dog parks, daycare, boarding, the beach, and much more.

Your first social is free, then $25 per dog per social thereafter.

Does your dog listen only half the time? Pull on the leash? Jump on people? Come to you when called? Leave items alone that are on the ground?

Having a dog that listens to you without fail is one of the greatest joys and can bring such peace into your life. Many people say "My dog doesn't need training because he knows how to sit pretty well." They don't know what they are missing! Your dog may be able to follow some basics in your house when there are no distractions and you have a treat in your hand, but what about all those life situations that make listening much harder? For example, what about when you're walking down the sidewalk and he spots a squirrel? When you're at the dog park and he jumps up on a small child? When you're at the beach and he runs away from you? What if you're outside and he runs toward the street and that oncoming car? When he approaches something on the floor that you don't want him to eat?


The primary purpose of the Adult Manners course is to teach your dog the fundamental skills so you can have her do what you want, on command without repeating yourself, time after time. In other words, we are trying to teach self-control across a variety of specific behaviors.

Instead of simply "training your dog," we believe in teaching the owners on how to properly handle their dogs and guide their behavior in a positive way.

This course covers the following topics:
  • Listening to you the first time, without repeating yourself
  • Leaving something alone, and walking away from something
  • Loose-leash walking (walking politely at your side, without pulling)
  • Coming directly to you when called, even when highly distracted
  • Going to a place in your home, such as a mat, to await further instruction
  • Keeping four on the floor and not on your guests, the counter, or your furniture
  • Greeting new people or other dogs nicely, including on walks
  • Sitting, staying, lying down, giving eye contact
  • Playing fun games and exercises with you
  • Accepting people handling him, such as touching his paws, clipping his nails, getting groomed, etc.

Here's what typically happens.

You get a puppy, and think to yourself, "How hard can this be? My puppy will be perfect and doesn't need training! Besides, he's already good at sitting."

At first, he's so darn cute that you don't mind that he's jumping on people or nipping your fingers. Then he starts growing. The jumping gets worse, and now he's pulling you down the street when you go for a walk. He gets separation anxiety when you leave him alone, is starting to growl at other dogs, and you saw him eat poop at the dog park. No more licking your face!


Uh-oh. This is harder than you thought, and this is only the beginning. You're not exactly sure what to do about it, and you certainly don't want to deal with these issues for the next fifteen years!

The bottom line is that you just need to know what to do, in clear, simple steps. You've already discovered that books, websites, and talking with friends or family aren't getting you very far. That's where training class comes in.

Most people believe that puppy class is about teaching their dog to sit and stay. Because their dog may already be good at sitting and staying, they may decide against it (never mind the fact that the dog will only sit when there's a treat present and with no distractions!).

Tucker Pup's training courses are designed differently than that. Instead of simply "training your dog," we believe in teaching the owners on how to properly handle their dogs and guide their behavior in a positive way.

This course covers the following topics:
  • Loose-leash walking (walking politely at your side, without pulling)
  • Listening to you the first time, without repeating yourself
  • Leaving something alone, and walking away from something
  • Keeping four on the floor and not on your guests, the counter, or your furniture
  • Coming directly to you when called, even when highly distracted
  • Greeting new people or other dogs nicely, including on walks
  • Sitting, staying, lying down, giving eye contact
  • Going to a place in your home, such as a mat, to await further instruction
  • Accepting people handling him, such as touching his paws, clipping his nails, getting groomed, etc.
  • Play-biting
  • Socialization and playing nicely with other dogs
  • House training
  • Chewing
  • Exercising
  • Playing fun games and exercises with you

Even if your puppy may not be exhibiting problems with these behaviors at the moment, chances are you will run into some of them (or similar ones) over the course of time. This class will teach you how to prevent them occurring to begin with, and stop them if they start.


The critical time for a dog's learning is before the age of 4.5 months. After that, these "challenging" behaviors become harder to eliminate. The Puppy Manners course is designed to start your puppy off on the right foot so he doesn't need to "unlearn" things later on. This will set the tone for having a wonderful, positive relationship with your dog for many years to come.


Here's what typically happens.

You get a puppy, and think to yourself, "How hard can this be? My puppy will be perfect and doesn't need training! Besides, he's already good at sitting."

At first, he's so darn cute that you don't mind that he's jumping on people or nipping your fingers. Then he starts growing. The jumping gets worse, and now he's pulling you down the street when you go for a walk. He gets separation anxiety when you leave him alone, is starting to growl at other dogs, and you saw him eat poop at the dog park. No more licking your face!


Uh-oh. This is harder than you thought, and this is only the beginning. You're not exactly sure what to do about it, and you certainly don't want to deal with these issues for the next fifteen years!

The bottom line is that you just need to know what to do, in clear, simple steps. You've already discovered that books, websites, and talking with friends or family aren't getting you very far. That's where training class comes in.

Most people believe that puppy class is about teaching their dog to sit and stay. Because their dog may already be good at sitting and staying, they may decide against it (never mind the fact that the dog will only sit when there's a treat present and with no distractions!).

Tucker Pup's training courses are designed differently than that. Instead of simply "training your dog," we believe in teaching the owners on how to properly handle their dogs and guide their behavior in a positive way.

This course covers the following topics:
  • Loose-leash walking (walking politely at your side, without pulling)
  • Listening to you the first time, without repeating yourself
  • Leaving something alone, and walking away from something
  • Keeping four on the floor and not on your guests, the counter, or your furniture
  • Coming directly to you when called, even when highly distracted
  • Greeting new people or other dogs nicely, including on walks
  • Sitting, staying, lying down, giving eye contact
  • Going to a place in your home, such as a mat, to await further instruction
  • Accepting people handling him, such as touching his paws, clipping his nails, getting groomed, etc.
  • Play-biting
  • Socialization and playing nicely with other dogs
  • House training
  • Chewing
  • Exercising
  • Playing fun games and exercises with you

Even if your puppy may not be exhibiting problems with these behaviors at the moment, chances are you will run into some of them (or similar ones) over the course of time. This class will teach you how to prevent them occurring to begin with, and stop them if they start.


The critical time for a dog's learning is before the age of 4.5 months. After that, these "challenging" behaviors become harder to eliminate. The Puppy Manners course is designed to start your puppy off on the right foot so he doesn't need to "unlearn" things later on. This will set the tone for having a wonderful, positive relationship with your dog for many years to come.


Our Confidence Booster class is perfect for shy dogs, or dogs whose lack of confidence causes them to react poorly to other dogs. In this course, your dog will be introduced to a number of obstacles and games that will help it realize that the world is not such a bad place after all. The obstacles and games change from class to class, so your dog learns to adjust. You will get homework after each class, so you can practice navigating the world in new and interesting ways at home. Our goal is that by the final class, your dog is not fazed by its surroundings, people, or other dogs, and it will be happy entering new environments.

Does your dog listen only half the time? Pull on the leash? Jump on people? Come to you when called? Leave items alone that are on the ground?

Having a dog that listens to you without fail is one of the greatest joys and can bring such peace into your life. Many people say "My dog doesn't need training because he knows how to sit pretty well." They don't know what they are missing! Your dog may be able to follow some basics in your house when there are no distractions and you have a treat in your hand, but what about all those life situations that make listening much harder? For example, what about when you're walking down the sidewalk and he spots a squirrel? When you're at the dog park and he jumps up on a small child? When you're at the beach and he runs away from you? What if you're outside and he runs toward the street and that oncoming car? When he approaches something on the floor that you don't want him to eat?


The primary purpose of the Adult Manners course is to teach your dog the fundamental skills so you can have her do what you want, on command without repeating yourself, time after time. In other words, we are trying to teach self-control across a variety of specific behaviors.

Instead of simply "training your dog," we believe in teaching the owners on how to properly handle their dogs and guide their behavior in a positive way.

This course covers the following topics:
  • Listening to you the first time, without repeating yourself
  • Leaving something alone, and walking away from something
  • Loose-leash walking (walking politely at your side, without pulling)
  • Coming directly to you when called, even when highly distracted
  • Going to a place in your home, such as a mat, to await further instruction
  • Keeping four on the floor and not on your guests, the counter, or your furniture
  • Greeting new people or other dogs nicely, including on walks
  • Sitting, staying, lying down, giving eye contact
  • Playing fun games and exercises with you
  • Accepting people handling him, such as touching his paws, clipping his nails, getting groomed, etc.

Here's what typically happens.

You get a puppy, and think to yourself, "How hard can this be? My puppy will be perfect and doesn't need training! Besides, he's already good at sitting."

At first, he's so darn cute that you don't mind that he's jumping on people or nipping your fingers. Then he starts growing. The jumping gets worse, and now he's pulling you down the street when you go for a walk. He gets separation anxiety when you leave him alone, is starting to growl at other dogs, and you saw him eat poop at the dog park. No more licking your face!


Uh-oh. This is harder than you thought, and this is only the beginning. You're not exactly sure what to do about it, and you certainly don't want to deal with these issues for the next fifteen years!

The bottom line is that you just need to know what to do, in clear, simple steps. You've already discovered that books, websites, and talking with friends or family aren't getting you very far. That's where training class comes in.

Most people believe that puppy class is about teaching their dog to sit and stay. Because their dog may already be good at sitting and staying, they may decide against it (never mind the fact that the dog will only sit when there's a treat present and with no distractions!).

Tucker Pup's training courses are designed differently than that. Instead of simply "training your dog," we believe in teaching the owners on how to properly handle their dogs and guide their behavior in a positive way.

This course covers the following topics:
  • Loose-leash walking (walking politely at your side, without pulling)
  • Listening to you the first time, without repeating yourself
  • Leaving something alone, and walking away from something
  • Keeping four on the floor and not on your guests, the counter, or your furniture
  • Coming directly to you when called, even when highly distracted
  • Greeting new people or other dogs nicely, including on walks
  • Sitting, staying, lying down, giving eye contact
  • Going to a place in your home, such as a mat, to await further instruction
  • Accepting people handling him, such as touching his paws, clipping his nails, getting groomed, etc.
  • Play-biting
  • Socialization and playing nicely with other dogs
  • House training
  • Chewing
  • Exercising
  • Playing fun games and exercises with you

Even if your puppy may not be exhibiting problems with these behaviors at the moment, chances are you will run into some of them (or similar ones) over the course of time. This class will teach you how to prevent them occurring to begin with, and stop them if they start.


The critical time for a dog's learning is before the age of 4.5 months. After that, these "challenging" behaviors become harder to eliminate. The Puppy Manners course is designed to start your puppy off on the right foot so he doesn't need to "unlearn" things later on. This will set the tone for having a wonderful, positive relationship with your dog for many years to come.


Here's what typically happens.

You get a puppy, and think to yourself, "How hard can this be? My puppy will be perfect and doesn't need training! Besides, he's already good at sitting."

At first, he's so darn cute that you don't mind that he's jumping on people or nipping your fingers. Then he starts growing. The jumping gets worse, and now he's pulling you down the street when you go for a walk. He gets separation anxiety when you leave him alone, is starting to growl at other dogs, and you saw him eat poop at the dog park. No more licking your face!


Uh-oh. This is harder than you thought, and this is only the beginning. You're not exactly sure what to do about it, and you certainly don't want to deal with these issues for the next fifteen years!

The bottom line is that you just need to know what to do, in clear, simple steps. You've already discovered that books, websites, and talking with friends or family aren't getting you very far. That's where training class comes in.

Most people believe that puppy class is about teaching their dog to sit and stay. Because their dog may already be good at sitting and staying, they may decide against it (never mind the fact that the dog will only sit when there's a treat present and with no distractions!).

Tucker Pup's training courses are designed differently than that. Instead of simply "training your dog," we believe in teaching the owners on how to properly handle their dogs and guide their behavior in a positive way.

This course covers the following topics:
  • Loose-leash walking (walking politely at your side, without pulling)
  • Listening to you the first time, without repeating yourself
  • Leaving something alone, and walking away from something
  • Keeping four on the floor and not on your guests, the counter, or your furniture
  • Coming directly to you when called, even when highly distracted
  • Greeting new people or other dogs nicely, including on walks
  • Sitting, staying, lying down, giving eye contact
  • Going to a place in your home, such as a mat, to await further instruction
  • Accepting people handling him, such as touching his paws, clipping his nails, getting groomed, etc.
  • Play-biting
  • Socialization and playing nicely with other dogs
  • House training
  • Chewing
  • Exercising
  • Playing fun games and exercises with you

Even if your puppy may not be exhibiting problems with these behaviors at the moment, chances are you will run into some of them (or similar ones) over the course of time. This class will teach you how to prevent them occurring to begin with, and stop them if they start.


The critical time for a dog's learning is before the age of 4.5 months. After that, these "challenging" behaviors become harder to eliminate. The Puppy Manners course is designed to start your puppy off on the right foot so he doesn't need to "unlearn" things later on. This will set the tone for having a wonderful, positive relationship with your dog for many years to come.


Here's what typically happens.

You get a puppy, and think to yourself, "How hard can this be? My puppy will be perfect and doesn't need training! Besides, he's already good at sitting."

At first, he's so darn cute that you don't mind that he's jumping on people or nipping your fingers. Then he starts growing. The jumping gets worse, and now he's pulling you down the street when you go for a walk. He gets separation anxiety when you leave him alone, is starting to growl at other dogs, and you saw him eat poop at the dog park. No more licking your face!


Uh-oh. This is harder than you thought, and this is only the beginning. You're not exactly sure what to do about it, and you certainly don't want to deal with these issues for the next fifteen years!

The bottom line is that you just need to know what to do, in clear, simple steps. You've already discovered that books, websites, and talking with friends or family aren't getting you very far. That's where training class comes in.

Most people believe that puppy class is about teaching their dog to sit and stay. Because their dog may already be good at sitting and staying, they may decide against it (never mind the fact that the dog will only sit when there's a treat present and with no distractions!).

Tucker Pup's training courses are designed differently than that. Instead of simply "training your dog," we believe in teaching the owners on how to properly handle their dogs and guide their behavior in a positive way.

This course covers the following topics:
  • Loose-leash walking (walking politely at your side, without pulling)
  • Listening to you the first time, without repeating yourself
  • Leaving something alone, and walking away from something
  • Keeping four on the floor and not on your guests, the counter, or your furniture
  • Coming directly to you when called, even when highly distracted
  • Greeting new people or other dogs nicely, including on walks
  • Sitting, staying, lying down, giving eye contact
  • Going to a place in your home, such as a mat, to await further instruction
  • Accepting people handling him, such as touching his paws, clipping his nails, getting groomed, etc.
  • Play-biting
  • Socialization and playing nicely with other dogs
  • House training
  • Chewing
  • Exercising
  • Playing fun games and exercises with you

Even if your puppy may not be exhibiting problems with these behaviors at the moment, chances are you will run into some of them (or similar ones) over the course of time. This class will teach you how to prevent them occurring to begin with, and stop them if they start.


The critical time for a dog's learning is before the age of 4.5 months. After that, these "challenging" behaviors become harder to eliminate. The Puppy Manners course is designed to start your puppy off on the right foot so he doesn't need to "unlearn" things later on. This will set the tone for having a wonderful, positive relationship with your dog for many years to come.


Here's what typically happens.

You get a puppy, and think to yourself, "How hard can this be? My puppy will be perfect and doesn't need training! Besides, he's already good at sitting."

At first, he's so darn cute that you don't mind that he's jumping on people or nipping your fingers. Then he starts growing. The jumping gets worse, and now he's pulling you down the street when you go for a walk. He gets separation anxiety when you leave him alone, is starting to growl at other dogs, and you saw him eat poop at the dog park. No more licking your face!


Uh-oh. This is harder than you thought, and this is only the beginning. You're not exactly sure what to do about it, and you certainly don't want to deal with these issues for the next fifteen years!

The bottom line is that you just need to know what to do, in clear, simple steps. You've already discovered that books, websites, and talking with friends or family aren't getting you very far. That's where training class comes in.

Most people believe that puppy class is about teaching their dog to sit and stay. Because their dog may already be good at sitting and staying, they may decide against it (never mind the fact that the dog will only sit when there's a treat present and with no distractions!).

Tucker Pup's training courses are designed differently than that. Instead of simply "training your dog," we believe in teaching the owners on how to properly handle their dogs and guide their behavior in a positive way.

This course covers the following topics:
  • Loose-leash walking (walking politely at your side, without pulling)
  • Listening to you the first time, without repeating yourself
  • Leaving something alone, and walking away from something
  • Keeping four on the floor and not on your guests, the counter, or your furniture
  • Coming directly to you when called, even when highly distracted
  • Greeting new people or other dogs nicely, including on walks
  • Sitting, staying, lying down, giving eye contact
  • Going to a place in your home, such as a mat, to await further instruction
  • Accepting people handling him, such as touching his paws, clipping his nails, getting groomed, etc.
  • Play-biting
  • Socialization and playing nicely with other dogs
  • House training
  • Chewing
  • Exercising
  • Playing fun games and exercises with you

Even if your puppy may not be exhibiting problems with these behaviors at the moment, chances are you will run into some of them (or similar ones) over the course of time. This class will teach you how to prevent them occurring to begin with, and stop them if they start.


The critical time for a dog's learning is before the age of 4.5 months. After that, these "challenging" behaviors become harder to eliminate. The Puppy Manners course is designed to start your puppy off on the right foot so he doesn't need to "unlearn" things later on. This will set the tone for having a wonderful, positive relationship with your dog for many years to come.


Our Confidence Booster class is perfect for shy dogs, or dogs whose lack of confidence causes them to react poorly to other dogs. In this course, your dog will be introduced to a number of obstacles and games that will help it realize that the world is not such a bad place after all. The obstacles and games change from class to class, so your dog learns to adjust. You will get homework after each class, so you can practice navigating the world in new and interesting ways at home. Our goal is that by the final class, your dog is not fazed by its surroundings, people, or other dogs, and it will be happy entering new environments.

Here's what typically happens.

You get a puppy, and think to yourself, "How hard can this be? My puppy will be perfect and doesn't need training! Besides, he's already good at sitting."

At first, he's so darn cute that you don't mind that he's jumping on people or nipping your fingers. Then he starts growing. The jumping gets worse, and now he's pulling you down the street when you go for a walk. He gets separation anxiety when you leave him alone, is starting to growl at other dogs, and you saw him eat poop at the dog park. No more licking your face!


Uh-oh. This is harder than you thought, and this is only the beginning. You're not exactly sure what to do about it, and you certainly don't want to deal with these issues for the next fifteen years!

The bottom line is that you just need to know what to do, in clear, simple steps. You've already discovered that books, websites, and talking with friends or family aren't getting you very far. That's where training class comes in.

Most people believe that puppy class is about teaching their dog to sit and stay. Because their dog may already be good at sitting and staying, they may decide against it (never mind the fact that the dog will only sit when there's a treat present and with no distractions!).

Tucker Pup's training courses are designed differently than that. Instead of simply "training your dog," we believe in teaching the owners on how to properly handle their dogs and guide their behavior in a positive way.

This course covers the following topics:
  • Loose-leash walking (walking politely at your side, without pulling)
  • Listening to you the first time, without repeating yourself
  • Leaving something alone, and walking away from something
  • Keeping four on the floor and not on your guests, the counter, or your furniture
  • Coming directly to you when called, even when highly distracted
  • Greeting new people or other dogs nicely, including on walks
  • Sitting, staying, lying down, giving eye contact
  • Going to a place in your home, such as a mat, to await further instruction
  • Accepting people handling him, such as touching his paws, clipping his nails, getting groomed, etc.
  • Play-biting
  • Socialization and playing nicely with other dogs
  • House training
  • Chewing
  • Exercising
  • Playing fun games and exercises with you

Even if your puppy may not be exhibiting problems with these behaviors at the moment, chances are you will run into some of them (or similar ones) over the course of time. This class will teach you how to prevent them occurring to begin with, and stop them if they start.


The critical time for a dog's learning is before the age of 4.5 months. After that, these "challenging" behaviors become harder to eliminate. The Puppy Manners course is designed to start your puppy off on the right foot so he doesn't need to "unlearn" things later on. This will set the tone for having a wonderful, positive relationship with your dog for many years to come.


Here's what typically happens.

You get a puppy, and think to yourself, "How hard can this be? My puppy will be perfect and doesn't need training! Besides, he's already good at sitting."

At first, he's so darn cute that you don't mind that he's jumping on people or nipping your fingers. Then he starts growing. The jumping gets worse, and now he's pulling you down the street when you go for a walk. He gets separation anxiety when you leave him alone, is starting to growl at other dogs, and you saw him eat poop at the dog park. No more licking your face!


Uh-oh. This is harder than you thought, and this is only the beginning. You're not exactly sure what to do about it, and you certainly don't want to deal with these issues for the next fifteen years!

The bottom line is that you just need to know what to do, in clear, simple steps. You've already discovered that books, websites, and talking with friends or family aren't getting you very far. That's where training class comes in.

Most people believe that puppy class is about teaching their dog to sit and stay. Because their dog may already be good at sitting and staying, they may decide against it (never mind the fact that the dog will only sit when there's a treat present and with no distractions!).

Tucker Pup's training courses are designed differently than that. Instead of simply "training your dog," we believe in teaching the owners on how to properly handle their dogs and guide their behavior in a positive way.

This course covers the following topics:
  • Loose-leash walking (walking politely at your side, without pulling)
  • Listening to you the first time, without repeating yourself
  • Leaving something alone, and walking away from something
  • Keeping four on the floor and not on your guests, the counter, or your furniture
  • Coming directly to you when called, even when highly distracted
  • Greeting new people or other dogs nicely, including on walks
  • Sitting, staying, lying down, giving eye contact
  • Going to a place in your home, such as a mat, to await further instruction
  • Accepting people handling him, such as touching his paws, clipping his nails, getting groomed, etc.
  • Play-biting
  • Socialization and playing nicely with other dogs
  • House training
  • Chewing
  • Exercising
  • Playing fun games and exercises with you

Even if your puppy may not be exhibiting problems with these behaviors at the moment, chances are you will run into some of them (or similar ones) over the course of time. This class will teach you how to prevent them occurring to begin with, and stop them if they start.


The critical time for a dog's learning is before the age of 4.5 months. After that, these "challenging" behaviors become harder to eliminate. The Puppy Manners course is designed to start your puppy off on the right foot so he doesn't need to "unlearn" things later on. This will set the tone for having a wonderful, positive relationship with your dog for many years to come.


Does your dog listen only half the time? Pull on the leash? Jump on people? Come to you when called? Leave items alone that are on the ground?

Having a dog that listens to you without fail is one of the greatest joys and can bring such peace into your life. Many people say "My dog doesn't need training because he knows how to sit pretty well." They don't know what they are missing! Your dog may be able to follow some basics in your house when there are no distractions and you have a treat in your hand, but what about all those life situations that make listening much harder? For example, what about when you're walking down the sidewalk and he spots a squirrel? When you're at the dog park and he jumps up on a small child? When you're at the beach and he runs away from you? What if you're outside and he runs toward the street and that oncoming car? When he approaches something on the floor that you don't want him to eat?


The primary purpose of the Adult Manners course is to teach your dog the fundamental skills so you can have her do what you want, on command without repeating yourself, time after time. In other words, we are trying to teach self-control across a variety of specific behaviors.

Instead of simply "training your dog," we believe in teaching the owners on how to properly handle their dogs and guide their behavior in a positive way.

This course covers the following topics:
  • Listening to you the first time, without repeating yourself
  • Leaving something alone, and walking away from something
  • Loose-leash walking (walking politely at your side, without pulling)
  • Coming directly to you when called, even when highly distracted
  • Going to a place in your home, such as a mat, to await further instruction
  • Keeping four on the floor and not on your guests, the counter, or your furniture
  • Greeting new people or other dogs nicely, including on walks
  • Sitting, staying, lying down, giving eye contact
  • Playing fun games and exercises with you
  • Accepting people handling him, such as touching his paws, clipping his nails, getting groomed, etc.

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See below for a schedule of all upcoming dog training classes and fun activities for Tucker Pup's in Chicago.



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Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
Jun 16


Leash Reactivity 1
9:00 am
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 7
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Puppy Manners
10:15 am
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 7
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Jun 17


Jun 18


Jun 19
Today


Puppy Manners
8:30 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 3
Tucker Pup's
West Loop


Jun 20


Jun 21


Jun 22


Puppy Social
9:15 am
1 session
Companion Animal Hospital
Training Room
River North


Jun 23


Intro to Frisbee
3:15 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 7
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Adult Manners
5:15 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 7
Tucker Pup's
West Loop


Jun 24


Puppy Manners
5:15 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 8
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Adult Manners
6:30 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 8
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Jun 25


Puppy Manners
5:15 pm
6 sessions
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Intro to Agility
6:30 pm
6 sessions
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Adult Manners
7:15 pm
6 sessions
Tucker Pup's
West Loop


Jun 26


Leash Reactivity 1
5:15 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 3
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Puppy Manners
7:15 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 3
Tucker Pup's
West Loop


Jun 27


Confidence Builder
6:30 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 4
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Jun 28


Jun 29


Puppy Social
9:15 am
1 session
Companion Animal Hospital
Training Room
River North


Adult Manners
10:15 am
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 6
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Puppy Manners
11:30 am
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 6
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Puppy Manners
2:00 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 6
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Confidence Builder
3:15 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 6
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Jun 30


Adult Manners
11:30 am
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 7
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Puppy Manners
12:45 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 7
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Puppy Manners
4:00 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 7
Tucker Pup's
West Loop


Jul 1


Puppy Manners
8:30 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 8
Tucker Pup's
West Loop


Jul 2


Jul 3
July 4 Weekend


Jul 4
July 4 Weekend


Jul 5
July 4 Weekend


Jul 6
July 4 Weekend


Jul 7
July 4 Weekend


Jul 8
July 4 Weekend


Jul 9
July 4 Weekend


Puppy Manners
8:30 pm
6 sessions
Tucker Pup's
West Loop


Jul 10


Jul 11


Confidence Builder
5:15 pm
6 sessions
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Jul 12


Jul 13


Puppy Manners
10:30 am
6 sessions
Companion Animal Hospital
Training Room
River North


Jul 14


Puppy Manners
2:00 pm
6 sessions
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Jul 15


Jul 16


Jul 17


Jul 18


Jul 19


Jul 20


Jul 21


Jul 22


Jul 23


Jul 24


Jul 25


Jul 26


Jul 27


Jul 28


Jul 29


Adult Manners
7:15 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Sep 2
Tucker Pup's
West Loop


Jul 30


Jul 31


Aug 1


Aug 2


Aug 3


Aug 4


Aug 5


Aug 6


Aug 7


Aug 8


Aug 9


Aug 10


Aug 11


Aug 12


Aug 13


Aug 14


Aug 15


Aug 16


Aug 17


Aug 18


Aug 19


Aug 20


Aug 21


Aug 22


Aug 23


Aug 24


Aug 25


Aug 26


Aug 27


Aug 28
Labor Day Weekend


Aug 29
Labor Day Weekend


Aug 30
Labor Day Weekend


Aug 31
Labor Day Weekend


Sep 1
Labor Day Weekend


Sep 2
Labor Day Weekend


Sep 3
Labor Day Weekend


Sep 4


Sep 5


Sep 6


Sep 7


Sep 8


Sep 9


Sep 10


Sep 11


Sep 12


Sep 13


Sep 14


Tue, Jun 18, 2019


Wed, Jun 19, 2019
Today


Puppy Manners
8:30 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 3
Tucker Pup's
West Loop


Thu, Jun 20, 2019


Fri, Jun 21, 2019


Sat, Jun 22, 2019


Puppy Social
9:15 am
1 session
Companion Animal Hospital
Training Room
River North


Sun, Jun 23, 2019


Intro to Frisbee
3:15 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 7
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Adult Manners
5:15 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 7
Tucker Pup's
West Loop


Mon, Jun 24, 2019


Puppy Manners
5:15 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 8
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Adult Manners
6:30 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 8
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Tue, Jun 25, 2019


Puppy Manners
5:15 pm
6 sessions
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Intro to Agility
6:30 pm
6 sessions
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Adult Manners
7:15 pm
6 sessions
Tucker Pup's
West Loop


Wed, Jun 26, 2019


Leash Reactivity 1
5:15 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 3
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Puppy Manners
7:15 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 3
Tucker Pup's
West Loop


Thu, Jun 27, 2019


Confidence Builder
6:30 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 4
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Fri, Jun 28, 2019


Sat, Jun 29, 2019


Puppy Social
9:15 am
1 session
Companion Animal Hospital
Training Room
River North


Adult Manners
10:15 am
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 6
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Puppy Manners
11:30 am
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 6
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Puppy Manners
2:00 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 6
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Confidence Builder
3:15 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 6
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Sun, Jun 30, 2019


Adult Manners
11:30 am
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 7
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Puppy Manners
12:45 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 7
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Puppy Manners
4:00 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 7
Tucker Pup's
West Loop


Mon, Jul 1, 2019


Puppy Manners
8:30 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Jul 8
Tucker Pup's
West Loop


Tue, Jul 2, 2019


Wed, Jul 3, 2019
July 4 Weekend


Thu, Jul 4, 2019
July 4 Weekend


Fri, Jul 5, 2019
July 4 Weekend


Sat, Jul 6, 2019
July 4 Weekend


Sun, Jul 7, 2019
July 4 Weekend


Mon, Jul 8, 2019
July 4 Weekend


Tue, Jul 9, 2019
July 4 Weekend


Puppy Manners
8:30 pm
6 sessions
Tucker Pup's
West Loop


Wed, Jul 10, 2019


Thu, Jul 11, 2019


Confidence Builder
5:15 pm
6 sessions
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Fri, Jul 12, 2019


Sat, Jul 13, 2019


Puppy Manners
10:30 am
6 sessions
Companion Animal Hospital
Training Room
River North


Sun, Jul 14, 2019


Puppy Manners
2:00 pm
6 sessions
Anti-Cruelty Society
Training Center


Mon, Jul 15, 2019


Tue, Jul 16, 2019


Wed, Jul 17, 2019


Thu, Jul 18, 2019


Fri, Jul 19, 2019


Sat, Jul 20, 2019


Sun, Jul 21, 2019


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Wed, Jul 24, 2019


Thu, Jul 25, 2019


Fri, Jul 26, 2019


Sat, Jul 27, 2019


Sun, Jul 28, 2019


Mon, Jul 29, 2019


Adult Manners
7:15 pm
6 sessions
Class postponed on Sep 2
Tucker Pup's
West Loop


Tue, Jul 30, 2019


Wed, Jul 31, 2019


Thu, Aug 1, 2019


Fri, Aug 2, 2019


Sat, Aug 3, 2019


Sun, Aug 4, 2019


Mon, Aug 5, 2019


Tue, Aug 6, 2019


Wed, Aug 7, 2019


Thu, Aug 8, 2019


Fri, Aug 9, 2019


Sat, Aug 10, 2019


Sun, Aug 11, 2019


Mon, Aug 12, 2019


Tue, Aug 13, 2019


Wed, Aug 14, 2019


Thu, Aug 15, 2019


Fri, Aug 16, 2019


Sat, Aug 17, 2019


Sun, Aug 18, 2019


Mon, Aug 19, 2019


Tue, Aug 20, 2019


Wed, Aug 21, 2019


Thu, Aug 22, 2019


Fri, Aug 23, 2019


Sat, Aug 24, 2019


Sun, Aug 25, 2019


Mon, Aug 26, 2019


Tue, Aug 27, 2019


Wed, Aug 28, 2019
Labor Day Weekend


Thu, Aug 29, 2019
Labor Day Weekend


Fri, Aug 30, 2019
Labor Day Weekend


Sat, Aug 31, 2019
Labor Day Weekend


Sun, Sep 1, 2019
Labor Day Weekend


Mon, Sep 2, 2019
Labor Day Weekend


Tue, Sep 3, 2019
Labor Day Weekend


Wed, Sep 4, 2019


Thu, Sep 5, 2019


Fri, Sep 6, 2019


Sat, Sep 7, 2019


Sun, Sep 8, 2019


Mon, Sep 9, 2019


Tue, Sep 10, 2019


Wed, Sep 11, 2019


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Fri, Sep 13, 2019


Sat, Sep 14, 2019