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AFRP’s “Good Dog” Manners class is perfect for any dog, Puppy through Adult, needing a good start in their new home or continuing their learning in their existing home. 

You and your dog will learn with positive training techniques that are fun and rewarding.  This basic class will help you build a strong bond with your dog.

The “Good Dog” Manners class provides help with problem solving and overall house-manners as well as teaching you to teach your dog basic skills such as come when called, sit, lie down, stay, leave it, wait at the door, and walking nicely on a leash. 

Puppies must be 10wks and have proof of 2 DHLPP Vaccines
Dogs must have proof of current DHLPP & Rabies Vaccines

Upcoming 2019 Sessions
Classes run in 6 week sessions. Sign up now, classes will fill up quick!

Session 1 January 10 - February 14  
Session 2 February 21 - March 20

Classes take place every Thursday from 6-7pm
Pacific Grove Community Center – Lebeck Room
515 Junipero Ave.
Teacher: Sandra Benzor Certified Trainer, Pawzitively K9 Training, LLC

AFRP Adopted Dogs: $90 (6 week class)
General Public: $120 (6 week class)

Email or call us at 333-0722 to sign up today!


The Importance of Dog Behavior

The number one reason dogs are surrendered to shelters is due to behavior problems. The majority of these problems are correctable. Dogs can be kept out of shelters if the people who love them increase their understanding of dog behavior and training.

Studies show that dogs that are unaltered, are acquired at one-to-three years of age or are less than six months of age, have never been to obedience class, spend much of the day in crates or in the backyard are at high risk of surrender to shelters.

These high risk dogs often have one general thing in common: they go beyond a lack of manners to destructive behaviors ranging from not being housebroken and chewing the furniture to excavating the yard, escaping, or acting aggressively towards family, friends, or other animals.

When these behaviors are addressed and corrected a dog and his family have a much better chance at living together happily ever after.

If there is anything else you would like to know about Animal Friends Rescue Project, please email us at or call us at (831) 333-0722. Also, let us know if you are interested in joining our mailing list.

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