Raise Your Paw If You’re Ready For Class!

Introduce your puppy to rewards-based training. Refresh rusty commands. Learn some new tricks or K9 Nose Work™. Pets in Motion can help. Just join up to eight other dogs and their families for fun, positive training classes each week. We welcome children and individuals with special needs.

Class size is limited. You MUST be registered and have received confirmation of enrollment in order to attend class.

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Puppy Program:

Puppy Head Start

Just like Pre-K for your young pup, this 6-week class offers a fun, safe environment for 8- to 20-week-old puppies to practice socialization skills, learn to be handled and experience real life situations with their families. Introductory basic manners are also covered.

Spring Session F is on Saturdays at 10:00 AM, and starts on April 30, 2022 at Pet Village of Wayne. THIS SESION IS FULL, AND CLOSED TO REGISTRATION.

Spring Session G is on Tuesdays at 6:15 PM, and starts on May 31, 2022 at Pet Village of Wayne.


Pet Obedience 1: Adolescent Class

Teach your dog to work for what he wants while you establish voice control. Just bring him to this 8-week class to speed up basic commands, increase the length of stay, improve leash walking, recall and waiting. Even master “leave it” and “off” with help from tantalizing treats.

Spring Session E is on Tuesdays at 7:30 PM, and starts on May 17, 2022 at Pet Village of Wayne.

Pet Obedience 2

Graduates of Pet Obedience 1 and their people are invited to hone their skills in this 8-week class. Boost your dog’s confidence, self control and responsiveness in an increasingly distracted environment while you improve your handling skills, too.

Winter Session A is on Tuesdays at 7:30 PM, and starts on January 11, 2022 at Pet Village of Wayne.

Life in the Real World

“As first-time dog owners, we wanted to make sure that we got off on the right foot with our puppy. We started with the puppy class, then took Obedience 1, and are now taking Life in the Real World. We found that our 7-month-old Lab would perform well in class, but it was difficult to duplicate the positive behavior in real-life situations. In Life in the Real World, we are learning how keep his focus on us while walking in areas of high distraction (other dogs, people, etc.). As much as we are learning to train our dogs, it is also training us as owners, too.” —- Julie B and Sawyer

Graduates of Pet Obedience 1 or Puppy Head Start step out of the classroom and into the world for new experiences in this 5-week class. On field trips around town, pups practice leash walking, greeting people, meeting other dogs, and more. Life in the Real World also serves as an introductory class for the Canine Good Citizen Test (CGC).

Lovely Loose Leash Walking

“Despite training and daily walks, my highly distractible and energetic 14-month-old Lab was uncontrollable and unsafe on the leash. With his increasing power and strength he had recently pulled me over two times, causing bruising and sore joints. I desperately needed to do something.

“Even though we had taken many classes, we were not having any appreciable success on the leash. Attempting to walk with him had become unpredictable and unpleasant. When I heard about a class entirely devoted to leash walking, I was skeptical given our past history,
and did not have very high expectations that I would be able to correct the issue. This class was a game changer for both me and my Lab. The training ideology was straightforward, clear and simply explained. Training videos were also available so that students could study and practice the subtle intricacies that are sometimes hard to appreciate when first introduced in class. We are now immensely enjoying our walks together – lovely loose leash walking, gentle, calm and stress-free.” —- Nancy C and Huck

Does Fido pull on the leash, won’t pay attention to you and wants to chase leaves on your walks? Don’t despair. This intensive 5-week class will focus on and provide the skills to remedy this and make your walks with your dog more enjoyable. This class in taught entirely out of doors, moving around to different locations. Obedience 1 (or its equivalent) is a prerequisite for this class.

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