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Group Classes starting Monday, February 7th 2011

I am pleased to announce a series of six classes each of “Mostly Agility” and “Teaching Tricks”.

I call it: “Mostly Agility” because not only are we going to have fun with the agility equipment, but we will take the opportunity to reinforce basic obedience in order to allow us to have even more fun.

Tricks” are actually good body conditioning exercises for dogs. In this class dogs will learn a variety of  fun behaviors. This class can be a pathway to “freestyle”, advanced obedience, but also therapy dog and service dog training.

Place: “Cheeky Dog” Brooklyn


Click on the link right above for info on Cheeky Dog

“Mostly Agility” starts at 6:00pm

“Teaching Tricks” starts at 7:00pm

Fee: The series of six classes is $210 .

If you decide to take both classes the fee for the second class is only an additional $150.

For any questions or to register for class please send an e-mail through the contact page on this site or send an e-mail to [email protected]

You can also download a PDF file from the Cheeky Dog website ( link above) to register for class.

  1. How adorable! Such manners for Nono and Sia. Very creative on the adults end.

    Comment by karen on June 10, 2011 at 10:42 pm
  2. That is totally hilarious! Great job and really fun to watch!

    Comment by Fran on June 10, 2011 at 10:59 pm
  3. Actually my friend and website designer Kendra Dixson was the person who sent me the video. So 99% of the credit goes to her!

    Comment by Elisabeth on June 11, 2011 at 7:55 am
  4. Hee hee, well a good friend of mine forwarded it to me so the list goes on. I think it is so cute and I’m amazed at how well the dogs are behaved, although you do see a little help from the human hands so they don’t dive their noses into their dish. lol

    Comment by Kendra Dixson on June 11, 2011 at 2:56 pm
  5. yes the dogs are great! I also liked HOW they helped the dogs by pretending it was a human “putting your chin in your hands” gesture. It is most entertaining.

    Comment by Elisabeth Weiss on June 11, 2011 at 3:24 pm