Dandy Dog Training
Positive Training for Positive Results
  1. Notices
    Morning classes are cancelled Wednesday, 2/7/18 due to the snow. Next session start date TBD Tricks witnessed by Bridget for DMWYD $20 Contact Bridget for an appointment Barn Hunt Practices Saturday 2/10 and Sunday 2/11
  2. Events
    Ob. Show and Go Date TBD 10:00 to 12:00 $5 per run Barn Hunt Trials at DDT February 16, 17 and 18 Contact Suz White OTCH is holding UKC Agility Trials at DDT March 3rd and 4th CDSP Trials March 17th and 18th at DDT
  3. Next Session
    Next Session starts sometime in March, 2018 Final date will be determined by how many snow days we get. Please contact Joan Dandy for Enrollement dogsrdandy@gmail.com 717-776-7001 (please leave a message) Notice: We are now offering 7 week sessions, with two weeks off in between sessions.
Philosophy of DDT
At DDT we believe strongly in using positive reinforcement techniques and methods for all our training.
The goal is for you to develop a strong, positive and enduring relationship with your dog. We have found that using positive reinforcement techniques allows training to be fun for both dog and handler alike.
Through the use of logical skill progression and a positive approach, you and your dog will have successful training experiences, which will be the foundation for future success.
Additionally, you will bond to your dog in a new way and be friends, in or out of the ring, forever.
Private Lessons
Group classes consist from 3 to 8 dog and handler teams.  Classes are offered from Beginner Basic through Competition Obedience, Agility, Dog Scent, Rally, Rally FrEd...  Three basic classes are offered;  Beginner Basics, Intermediate Basics and Advance Basics.  Once the basics are mastered, the dog could pass AKC's CGC test, (the main focus the of Advance Basic class), the team is permitted to take a Level 3 class.  Level 3 classes are aimed toward special areas;  Competition Obedience, Agility, Dog Scent, Rally, Rally FrEd...
Private lessons are offered to on cover basic training to special needs.  First meeting, which takes about an hour, will be for an evaluation, training and making a future plan.  The first lesson cost $50.  Follow up lessons, which usually are scheduled for 1/2 hour, cost $30.  If interested in scheduling a private lesson, please contact Joan Dandy.
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