for Dogs and People

Dog Blessed Training

​We now offer dog training for the City of Deerfield Beach.

We are in Constitution Park, 1.8 miles west of 95 on Hillsboro Blvd,
We are teaching in a large air-conditioned room. 

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K-9 Nosework

Teach your dog to identify 3 target odors used in National Competition. Nosework is a game that dogs and people can play together! It requires no obedience, is 100% based on rewards and reinforcement, and provides a tiring mental workout. It's a great skill for a rainy day, or anytime your dog needs something constructive to do. Nosework is fun for handlers too, whether they want to compete in the future or just learn a new way to play with their dogs.

 Nosework classes are held Mondays from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm and costs $100 for 4 weeks.

You will need a portable crate for your dog, and delicious human food treats.

Beginner Obedience
Do you want to have dog walks you can both enjoy? Teach your dog the 6 behaviors it needs to know to make them a polite companion and a good member of the community. You will learn skills like watch, sit, stay, down, loose leash walking, and touch all taught using easy to learn positive reinforcement techniques.  Your dog will love to learn and you will have a great time too! 
Classes are held Tuesdays from 6:15 to 7:15 pm and costs $100.00 for 4 weeks

Advanced Obedience & Canine Good Citizen
Continuing education for the Beginner Obedience graduate who needs a little more practice or just loves to learn. Revisit all of the skills taught in Beginner Obedience with added the added distractions like distance & duration. Take your dog’s training to the next level! This class is also an excellent step towards becoming a therapy dog.
Classes are held Tuesdays from 7:30 to 8:30 pm and costs $100.00 for 4 weeks.

A Canine Good Citizen Test is included with your registration.

Yoga with your dog, also called doga, helps form a connection between you and your pet while you stretch and relax together.
Yoga is a Sanskrit term that means “joining,” or “uniting.” It’s an ancient physical and mental discipline originally developed in India. Humans who practice yoga are either a yogi (male) or yogini (female). The canine equivalent is a dogi (male) or dogini (female).
“Like yoga, doga balances, harmonizes, purifies and transcends the body and mind of the practitioner. “What makes doga unique is the practice and benefits that create a harmony and synchronization of energy flow between the owner and dog.”
Strengthen the bond between you and your dog. Because you are sharing this time with your dog, you strengthen the connection you share. Not only are you touching, petting, massaging, and including your dog in yoga, but you are both sharing a calming, relaxing activity. Additionally, you are not distracted during this time like you might be while you walk your dog. Doing yoga with your dog can help the two of your become closer.

We recommend that you bring treats to help your dog focus on the practice you are doing together rather than on distractions in the room. (like other dogs). Please bring a Yoga mat and treats in a container than can be closed.

DOGA classes are held Mondays from 6 pm and 7 pm costs $100.00 for 4 weeks.

Group Classes 2017