Santa Fe Dog is located in a clean, comfortable, 1900 sq ft. studio located at 1807 Second Street, Ste #42, Santa Fe, NM 87505.
All classes are currently held at the Second Street location. Field classes are on hold.
PLEASE READ THE CLASS GUIDELINES BEFORE REGISTERING.
Studio Directions– From Second St. turn into the parking lot in front of Cloud 5 and drive down the row until you see a parking lot on the left. Park anywhere in the lot. There are pretty blue planters in front of the door. Look for the Santa Fe Dog #42 signage on the walls on the left. Plenty of parking and easy to find.
If you need a prerequisite class, please also check out my studio partner Debra Moody’s training schedule (Puppies, Tweens, Manners, & great topics programs) at www.faithfulfriendsdogtraining.com.
If the class you wanted is marked FULL, email your contact info and class request information to and put “WAIT LIST” in the subject line.
Foundation Skills Class 1.0
Puppies ages: 3 months to 7 months. Learn to use progressive motivational reinforcement training to create a tool box of problem prevention skills, and develop a common communication system for you and your dog. Dog will learn to recognize the benefits of Attention/Focus, Down, Stand, Sustained Sit, On/Off, Coming when called! and a Relaxed Coffee Shop Down… Take a break from your day and get your new canine out, about, earning and learning! This will be a small group class of 4-6. *First class is a required orientation without dogs in attendance*
Proof of two sets of distemper/parvo vaccinations and rabies vaccination (if age applicable) are required for attendance.
Saturdays: 9:30 a.m. May 6, 13, 20, 27, June 3, 10 FULL! Sign up for next time…
Fee: $280 includes tax-Six sessions total. Payment is at orientation.
Register Online: Click here or call 505-983-4632 with eligibility questions.
Email: with questions or call 505-983-4632
Location: Second Street Studios, 1807 Second St., Studio 42
Foundation Skills 2.0
Motivational training to create a toolbox of problem-solving skills, and further develop a common language for you and your dog. A small class format allows us to design this class to fit the handler’s and dog’s skills. The team will learn and recognize the benefits of Engage and Disengage, Attention/Focus games, Wait/Stay, On/Off targeting, Come to heel on the right and left, Whiplash turn, Leash handling skills, Variations on Leave it, and as an experiment, Intro to cooperative husbandry skills. Learn how to install a verbal cue vs a physical cue. You WILL need to work with your dog between classes to keep up with the material. 5-10 minutes a day. If homework isn’t you, that is ok, and this is just not the class for you at this time. This fun class is suitable as an ongoing training “Lab” for YOU and your dog.
Prerequisite: Teams should have completed one previous set of classes with their dog. The handler should be able to elicit a sit, a down, and get the dog’s attention. Dogs should be generally friendly with dogs and people, but we don’t mind a little rah-rah. Ask if you are concerned about your dogs behavior in a class environment. Small Class format is limited to 6 dog/handler teams, so there is time for personal attention. *First class is a required orientation without dogs in attendance*
Saturdays: 11:30 a.m. May 6, 13, 20, 27, June 3, 10
Fee: $280 includes tax-Six sessions total. Payment is due at Orientation.
Register Online: Click here
Questions? Email or call Deborah at 505-983-4632.