On May 26, I got a text from my Mayor: “I heard from the County Prosecutor today and dog training is a permitted business.” So, as of June 1, Positive Dogs will be doing a “soft” opening. Privates and Growl classes plus some group classes will be held in person. I’m pretty sure that 1-5 people in 3600 sf certainly suits the CDC guidelines! Other classes and privates (especially for those of you from out of state) can still be held using Zoom. (It’s free, easy, you’ll love it, there’s nothing you need to do other than click on the link I’ll send you via email, but you do need a computer that has the camera built in. We will resume all in person group classes as soon as possible. FMI, click here
Dogs do things we don’t like; they jump, they pull us down the street on leash, they bark, they don’t come when called. All of this can be frustrating. Don’t be embarrassed, let’s fix it!
We focus on both sides of the leash; training your dog good manners, empowering you with skills and confidence. We teach your dogs to be well behaved, replacing the behaviors that are driving you crazy with manners that will make you proud. We show you what’s possible and how you can have the dog you dream of!
I have a 3,600 square foot dog training facility in Washington, New Jersey.
We offer private training, group classes for all ages and specialty classes, plus convenient combination training packages.
Regular group classes for puppy k, beginners, advanced beginners, CGC (Canine Good Citizen), TDI (Therapy Dog), and most forms of competition (obedience, Rally, Agility), specialty classes including behavior modification and aggression. March 10: AKC just announced their new Trick Dog Titles. Click here for more info.
New Building! It’s just around the corner on route 31 south, 2/10 of a mile past the Shop-rite, on the right, in between and behind the Dunkin Donuts and the Verizon store (shared driveway)
Specialty classes of all kinds. (On the Road, Training the whistle recall, Competition obedience, Growl Class, and many more!).
Online Classes – Regular dog training subjects utilizing both text and videos for real time training online. All classes monitored by Pamela Dennison. Questions and interaction encouraged!
Privates and group classes for dogs with problem behaviors, including aggression.
Seminars on dog aggression, Rally and competition obedience, positive (clicker) dog training and how to properly “read” your dog; all at my training facility and at other facilities and dog clubs within an 8-hour driving distance.
Mission statement: To effectively teach dog owners how to build a positive relationship, erecting a line of communication with their dogs and train in a positive and non-punishing way to promote success in whatever their goals may be.
See the trailer for ONE of my books! which WON the Maxwell Award from the Dog Writer’s Association of America for Best Training Book for 2016! It’s now available for order – E-Book and Print! Click here
Serving Warren, Morris, Hunterdon and Sussex counties (NJ) and Northampton, Pike and Monroe Counties (PA). Washington, Port Murray, Independence, Belvidere, Hackettstown, Hope, Blairstown, Great Meadows, Buttsville, Oxford, Hackettstown, Mansfield, Liberty, Knowlton, Columbia, Frelinghuysen, Budd Lake, Long Valley, Easton, Stroudsburg, Clinton, Flemington, Annandale, Long Valley, Phillipsburg, Stewartsville, Bloomsbury, Harmony, Alpha, Califon, High Bridge, Lopatcong, Hopatcong, Pittstown, Hampton, Randolph, Somerville, Dover, Flanders, Mt. Olive, Roxbury, Chester, Mendham, Jefferson, Mt. Arlington, Morris Plains, Succassunna, Manville, Morristown, Easton, Delaware, Delaware Water Gap, Sciota, Martinsville, Tannersville, Pocono Manor, Scotrun, Saylorsburg, Brodheadsville, Marshall Creek, Shawnee on the Delaware, Stroudsburg, E. Stroudsburg, Stroud, and many more. Call or use my contact form for more information. Check pricing or learn more about me!
The Black and White Club: The video clips below are from what I call the Black and White Club. It is a walking group where some of my students and I get together and walk our dogs off leash in safe areas. Sometimes we just have a few dogs, sometimes a large crowd. Anyone is welcome to join us as long as your dog is good with other dogs, you have good off leash control (or you can start with leash dragging) and comes when called.
Comment from a YouTube viewer: This video made me feel so happy! I took my dogs on a “pack walk” a few months ago (the name alone should have made me realize it was a bad idea). Instead of hearing “good boy”, “good dog”, whistling, “yay!” and seeing treats being given out as shown in your video, there were constantly people screaming “no”, “get over here”, “stop that”, and zaps from e-collars being given out to non-compliant dogs. Your walk seemed like a ton of fun for the dogs. The “pack walk” was a stressful experience.
Contact Pam for info on having a fun walk experience!