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Good Neighbor Dog Obedience Club
offers a variety of classes weekdays and evenings

Training facility located at 1837 Davisville Road, Willow Grove, PA


Andy and Ben competed in rally at Wilmington Kennel Club trials on March 9 and 10, 2019. They earned their first 4 legs of the necessary 10 legs for an RAE title. With two exceptions all scores were in the 90’s. There was a 100, that’s the first place ribbon and 97 for the third place ribbon. Andy was thrilled with Ben’s effort!

Andy and Ben competed in rally at Wilmington Kennel Club trials on March 9 and 10, 2019. They earned their first 4 legs of the necessary 10 legs for an RAE title. With two exceptions all scores were in the 90’s. There was a 100, that’s the first place ribbon and 97 for the third place ribbon. Andy was thrilled with Ben’s effort!

The next Beginner Class will start:

TueSDAY, April 9, 2019
EVENING:  7:00 - 8:00 P.M.

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The next Trick Dog Class has been
delayed and will start:

MonDAY, March 25, 2019
EVENING:  7:00 - 8:00 P.M.

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What motivates your dog? What activities is she happy to perform almost non-stop? What rewards will he work for? What kind of activities do you have to encourage your dog to participate in? And what can you do when your dog doesn’t seem interested in learning what you want to teach? 

There are a wide variety of performance activities in which you and your dog can participate. Some of these are activities for fun and some for titles. In order to have a well-mannered dog that is a loved and valued member of your household, a dog that fits comfortably into your life, the first step should be obedience training.

The bond that is formed when you train your dog opens a door to creating a unique relationship. Finding ways to incorporate fun and games for your dog into training and learning new exercises is a challenge for a good dog trainer. 

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Positive Reward-based Training