GROUP CLASSES

Beginning April 10 we will be offering two evening group classes run by Laura Dayton and Assistant Trainer Dave Anderson. Your pup will still receive one-on-one attention, but at the affordable price of just $20 per lesson. In some cases your dog may advance faster as they will mirror the behavior of the classmates!

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NEW PRODUCT- NOT CARRIED IN STORES

CANINE RELIEF

-- ACTUAL PHOTOS OF DOG WITH A BAD HOT SPOT TREATED WITH K-9 RELIEF IN TEN DAYS

    

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Astro's New Certifications

As of APRIL Astro's Agility is offering AKC certifications that can be added to any pedigree or registered mix breed.

We are offering:


STAR Puppy: A basic puppy socialization with basic obedience and canine good manners. Up to 14 months. Also introduces elements of Agility


Canine Good Citizen (CGC): An accreditation that will facilitate you having your dog work as a hospital or therapy dog. Teaches basic community skills.


CGC Urban: This certificate teaches your dog real life good behavior in busy traffic, market congestion and dog parks.


Novice Tricks: This is a fun new AKC category that teaches you dozens of fun and interactive games you can play with your dog, plus adds new letters onto your dog's AKC purebred or mixed registration. Lots of fun for you and your dog!


Spring 2018 Class Schedule Description

(classes 40-55 minutes)

MONDAY

Semi-Private Lessons, 9-10 am, 10-11 am, CGC 5:30-6:30 pm, Semi-private 6:30-7:30 pm

TUESDAY

Semi-Private  10-11 am, 5:30-6:30 pm

Group 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm, beginning April 10

THURSDAY

Semi-Private 11:30-12:30 pm

Semi-Private 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm

Group 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm

SATURDAY

Tricks  10-11 am

Semi-private 11 am to noon

Puppies noon-1 pm

Semi-private 6 pm to 7 pm

SUNDAY

SHOW  9 - 10 am, beginning April 15

Private 10-11 am

Private 11- 12 pm

Semi-private Noon-1 pm


FACILITY USE:

Open for Astro Agility clients at times when classes or events are not in session. We encourage you to practice, mingle and enjoy a safe healthy place for your dogs.








 








Catering to Herding Breeds

     As a group, herding dogs are the most often returned dogs to shelters and rescues, setting them up for possible death. Often the reason for the returns are nuisance or boredom behaviors: excess barking, digging, chewing or escaping. That is because herding dogs must have a job to do. They are not content with a nightly walk.

     To help find these dogs forever homes Astro's, through its companion rescue Aarrf.org, a 501 (c)3 corporation, will donate 4 lessons to the new owner, plus six months of free facility use so the new owner and give thier new pet the job it needs, and discover why these beautiful breeds are so special.

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