Beginner Obedience

Beginner Obedience Class
$120 /7 Week Course
  • Dogs must be at least six months old (five months if they have completed our puppy preschool class).
  • Current on all vaccinations including Bordetella & CIV 1 and 2
  • Only one handler per dog for the duration of the course

  • Upcoming Classes

  • Click on the class below to register for that date

Canine Influenza Virus has been verified in Fayetteville, AR. Dogs who are exposed to it are 80-100% likely to become infected. With that in mind we are now requiring that all dogs be vaccinated. There are two vaccinations required, the first when the puppy is 12 weeks old, and the booster 3-4 weeks later.

Whether you simply want a well-behaved dog, or you aspire toward competition-level obedience, The Canine Connection’s Beginner Obedience class is the place to start.

In this class, our experienced professionals will introduce you and your dog to clicker training and then teach you to train your dog to:

  • Pay attention to you.
  • Walk nicely on a leash.
  • Sit
  • Lie down
  • Stay
  • Come when called

Training FAQ

Do I need to enroll my dog in advance?

Class size is limited, so only those who have enrolled and paid for class are guaranteed a spot. If you choose to enroll in person during the first class, please DO NOT BRING THE DOG. The first class is orientation and is for people only.


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Because we want to protect you as well as our trainers and staff from the Coronovirus, we have decided it is in the best interests of all to postpone classes until further notice. Please stay tuned to our Facebook page or feel free to call us on our hotline, 479.935.0811 for updates.

Any credits you have toward future classes will remain active. Beginner and Intermediate Obedience students, we will pick up right where we left off. Be sure to continue working on the skills you’ve learned thus far so you’re ready to jump back in when classes resume.

Thank you for your understanding, and please stay safe!