Important Information: 

My K9’s Mind has stopped its group classes for the time being. PRIVATE SESSIONS is now all we do and what we love to do. Please go to our "private sessions" tab for more information

We understand that the health and well-being of our community is, and always will be, our highest priority.  To that point, we have added a VIRTUAL TRAINING option to our services for those of you who wish to seek some advice in the safety of your home with out human contact. Please go to "virtual registration" under the "register" tab above, or contact us if you’re interested in utilizing technology in training your dog! Don't let Covid 19 keep you from stimulating your dogs mind

(For dogs who have taken the OB1, or have had other professional training) Held Saturdays from 11:00am to 11:45am located at Collier Feed & Supply. 101 West Laurel Dr. Salinas, Ca. 93906. Next session starts April 18 through May 23, 2020.

Please park in the Laurel Plaza parking lot next door.

Course description:

This is an advanced class for those who are ready to go further. We will focus on walking on leash through obstacles,  that have been set up. Then we will create distractions to get you ready for the real world, while slowly diminishing the treats. If there's time, ask for help with something that you specifically want to train on. 

These classes are not designed for reactive or overly shy dogs. 

Signs of a reactive dog are growling, excessive barking, lunging at, and mounting other dogs. Signs of an overly shy dog are excessive cowering, hiding, eliminating while being approached, and growling. Please contact Holly for individual training if you have dogs with these characteristics.

What to bring:

Please bring with you: a six- foot leash, poop bags, soft and easy - to - swallow treats,  and a treat bag or apron.  These items can be purchased at Collier Feed & Supply prior to class.

Please register and have copies of your up - to - date DA2P (distemper, Adenovirus and Parvo) and Rabies vaccinations to guarantee your spot in class.

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