Northland Pet Lodge

Pet Training

Many people think that dog training classes are just a series of exercises and maybe some socialization. They are much more, especially as you advance. Organized dog training classes help teach you how to best communicate with your dog, provide an opportunity for your dog to socialize with other dogs and help with many behavioral problems. Much like people, every dog is different. Your pet may be hyperactive, laid-back, serious, silly, shy, or over confident. Regardless of their differences, dog training is a necessity for all dogs and will benefit your entire family. The more you learn how your dog’s mind works and the better he/she understands what you expect, the stronger the relationship will become. This stronger relationship will help with the challenges of dog ownership and allow you to enjoy your pet more fully. We offer three levels of training classes; puppy, beginner, and advanced obedience. Our classes are offered on Monday and Tuesday nights in the fall and winter, and Tuesday and Wednesday nights in the spring. All dogs must have proof of current vaccinations, be flea free, worm free, and not be contagious.

Puppy Kindergarten $90

Our 5-week class is an exciting program designed for dog owners/families and puppies from 10 weeks of age up to 20 weeks of age. Our class includes socialization, motivation and preliminary obedience. We cover disciplining, housebreaking, grooming, puppy health, chewing, jumping, biting, crating, shyness, and much more. Puppy kindergarten is a great start for getting you and your puppy off on the right foot (paw).

Winter Tuesday Night: January 9th | 7:00pm
Winter Tuesday Night: February 13th | 7:00pm

Spring Tuesday Night: March 20th | 7:00pm
Spring Tuesday Night: April 24th | 7:00pm

Basic Obedience $144

Our 9-week class is aimed at training you to train your family pet. This class is designed for dogs 5 months of age and older and is where you decide who is running the house (pack). You will learn heeling, sits, stays, downs, recalls, stand for exam, finishes, and much more. We also provide information on proper nutrition, grooming, and problem solving. We will use positive behavior modification and corrections. Let’s see who is taking who for a walk.

Winter Monday Night: January 8th | 5:00pm

Winter Monday Night: January 8th | 7:30pm
Winter Tuesday Night: January 9th | 5:45pm

Spring Tuesday Night: March 20th | 5:45pm
Spring Wednesday Night: March 21st  | 7:00pm

Advanced Obedience $144

This 8-week class is great for continuing you and your pet’s education after a basic dog obedience class has been taken. This class is tailored around the AKC’s (American Kennel Club) Canine Good Citizen Program. “The CGC program is designed to reward dogs who have good manners at home and in the community. The CGC program is a two –part program that stresses responsible pet ownership for owners and basic good manners for dogs. All who pass the 10-step CGC test may receive a certificate from the American Kennel Club.

Fall Monday Night: September 18th | 5:45pm
Fall Canine Good Citizenship Test: November 13th | 5:30pm

Winter Monday Night: January 15th | 6:15pm
Winter Canine Good Citizenship Test: March 19th | 5:30pm

Spring Wednesday Night: March 28th | 5:45pm
Spring Canine Good Citizenship Test: May 23rd  | 5:30pm

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Business Hours
Monday-Saturday: 8:00am - 5:30pm
Sunday AM: 8:00am-12:00pm
Sunday PM: 4:30pm-5:30pm

Phone: 218.692.4364
Toll Free: 866.721.0505
Fax: 218.975.2016
E-mail: stay*AT*northlandpetlodge.com
Address: 34420 County Road 3
Crosslake, MN 56442

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referral_lillyI used to mope around whenever Mom left for work each day. But, ever since I started coming to Doggie-Day-Care my whole attitude toward life has changed. As soon as my car gets close to the driveway in the morning I start whining and wagging my tail. I just can’t wait to be greeted by happy faces as I bound though the door. All day long I can do my favorite things: play with my leash, run around, play outside in the fresh air, sleep and eat. When I get home I am exhausted.
Love, Lilly (Golden Retriever)