Dog Training – Osprey

Dog Training at Bayside Pet Resort of Osprey

Chihuahua and Lab obedience training at Bayside Pet Resort of Osprey

Obedience Training is available for dogs of any age and breed at our state-of-the-art facility. Each training class is a 6-week course, during which our professional dog trainers will teach you positive reinforcement training methods. Obedience classes cover all of the basics in beginner courses, and begin incorporating more difficult distractions and lessons in advanced classes.


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Dog Training Class Schedule

Mondays, November 13 – December 18, 6:00-7:00 pm

$120 / 6 weeks / 1 Hour 

This class will certify your pup as an A.K.C. Canine Good Citizen! For the first 5 weeks, you and your dog will work together learning Basic Obedience, proper leash walking, and good manners in distracting situations. At the last class, your dog will undergo a CGC test and you can brag to all your friends that you’ve got the best dog in the world, with a certificate to back it up!

TBA – Please let us know if you are interested in taking this course.

$120 / 6 weeks / 1 Hour / Revolving enrollment

This session is specifically for puppies between the age of 12-20 weeks and is in a safe environment. We will supervise and show you how to properly socialize your puppy around different stimuli, people, puppies, etc. We will have fun playing games, doing activities, allowing puppies to play with one another and give you plenty of Q&A time with the trainer.

Mondays, November 13 – December 18, 5:00-6:00 pm

$120 / 6 weeks / 1 Hour / Revolving enrollment

What is real world etiquette?

Real World Etiquette involves canine obedience and is highly focused on the human learners, by contrast, is built around problem solving and decision making applied to real-life scenarios. Basic obedience behaviors you can expect to learn are: sit, down, stay, come, loose leash walking, leave it, and more. You will learn how to use these basic behaviors to eliminate most problem behaviors. For example, leash pulling, jumping on guests, door dashing, car chasing, and more. What’s most important with this class is you will be able to take what you learn and be successful at home or in public.


How is this different from basic obedience or other manners classes?

This class is unique from others in our area for several reasons. One being that we offer revolving enrollment (RE). RE allows you to enter the class at any time, as long as the class is not full that particular week. Class is structured so that each week does not depend on the previous week, so you can start at any point.

Going on vacation? You can miss up to 2 sessions in the 6-week time span and make up the missed sessions when that week’s session comes up again in the cycle (makeup date is typically 6 weeks from the missed session), but ONLY if the class is not full, so please try to attend all 6 weeks when possible.

How we make it fun you ask? We set up mock scenarios as if you were in a vet office, restaurant, groomers, dog park, or out for a walk. Our training is not just limited to a classroom. Weather permitting, we will venture into the real world. Below is a breakdown of each session:


Veterinary, Health and Grooming Day  – We show you how to handle emergencies and take you through a grooming and mock examination. We cover some grooming to help you avoid unneeded costs and vet bills too.


Outing Day – Taught in the real world, we cover car and street safety and training on the town. We teach some emergency measures in case your dog gets away, and how to handle the dog park.


Training Day – We focus on teaching the dog how to pay attention, listen and follow commands. We cover some basic commands and how to teach and when to use them.


Household Behavior Day – This class covers problems that occur at home including guests and workmen in the house. We also address common problems like jumping, barking and housebreaking in addition to taking time for individual questions.


Confidence Course Day – This is a fun class where we teach the dogs different obstacles and introduce them to new surfaces. We build their confidence and teach stairs, load in the car, kennel up, and even include a few agility obstacles.


Café Day – This class is to train our dogs to behave in public, on the street and sidewalks. We pretend we are going to the sidewalk café and behave with lots of people around that want to meet and greet your dog. If able, we may go to an actual café.


Is my dog eligible for this class?

All breeds and ages, including puppies, are welcome to take this course. Our goals are to help you enjoy taking your dog out into the real world and to equip you with the problem solving abilities to enable you to feel more in control all while having fun.



TBA – Please let us know if you are interested in taking this course.

$120 / 6 weeks / 1 Hour

Are your dog walks getting less enjoyable because Fido is a big puller? If you need help with leash work, or even a refresher, this is the class for you! Learn the best training techniques to help your dog understand how to be by your side and under control. The first three weeks you will be working in the Training Room at Bayside Pet Resort. The last three weeks the class will venture out to dog-friendly areas to practice your skills in the real world! This class does not have revolving enrollment as each week you will build on leash skills.