- Community Vaccine Clinic
- Learn more about a better alternative to low cost, parking lot vaccine events.
Small groups consisting of 6 to 10 dog and handler teams guarantee plenty of individual attention. Preregister by calling Boyette at 813-671-3400.
All classes are held once per week for 4 weeks. Each class will be 45 minutes in duration. Remember, your puppy has a short attention span!
All dogs must be vaccinated. Puppies should have had the second series of vaccinations as well as the bordetella (kennel cough) injection. If your dog is 4 months or older, a rabies vaccination is also required. Please bring proof of vaccinations with you to the first class.
This class is the first important step in training your puppy. It begins with an emphasis on socialization and covers common behavioral problems such as jumping, chewing, and potty training. It continues by covering the basic commands: Come, Sit, Stay, Down, Leave It, and more. Your puppy will also learn to walk on a loose leash. With proper socialization and training you will have a happy and obedient friend for life. Age limit: 12 weeks and older.
This fun, stimulating class is a great confidence builder as well as excellent exercise for both you and your canine companion. You will learn obstacles such as the tunnel, tire, A-frame, dog walk, and teeter-totter. Your dog will learn obstacle discrimination as you learn how to entice your dog through the course using voice commands, hand signals, and body language. All dogs in this class must be able to walk on a loose leash.
This is a relatively new sport and is growing in popularity. It is a combination of obedience and agility in that it has a course you and your dog must follow. You and your dog will learn more focused attention and to heel with precision. It is a fun way to build a closer bond with your dog. All dogs in this class must have some knowledge of the heel position.
You will need to bring your pet wearing a flat buckle collar. Please have a 4 to 6 foot nylon or leather leash (NO retractable leashes). You will also need to bring some small, soft, chewable treats. These treats will be used in class as a motivator for your pet.
Call us at 813-671-3400 for class schedules and information.