Create a Stronger Bond with your Dog
At Aireborne Dog Agility/Dog Training in Georgetown, Texas, we love dogs. It's as simple as that. We want to share that love along with our over 30 years of experience, to help your dogs become all they can be. A good time to start doing this is when they're a puppy.
Each class is personalized for you and your dog. We do not believe in a "one size fits all" concept. Our class enrollment is limited to 6 students. We work to understand and utilize your personal goals to adjust our curriculum and help you achieve those goals.
Enroll today in our Obedience or Agility classes or schedule private lessons.
AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy Class - Socialization, Training, Activity, Responsibility
The AKC S.T.A.R. is a puppy program that was developed by the American Kennel Club. This class aims to help puppy owners, instructors, breeders, shelter staff, and other canine professionals understand and meet the needs of a remarkable, extraordinary creature — the puppy. Classes are starting soon. Call today to get registered.
AKC Canine Good Citizen and S.T.A.R. Puppy Classes
CGC provides you with the foundation you need to be a responsible dog owner. It will show you how to teach your dog the skills they need to be a well-mannered pet.
|• Class Starting - Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Time - 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
|• Class Starting - Wednesday,March 21, 2018
Time - 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Private Lessons Available: 30 Minutes - $60
Classes taught climate controlled building Leander, TX
Classes are 8 weeks long and cost $195
Contact Cheryl Karnes (425) 698-2130 for more information.
New AKC Instruction and Titles:
Community Canine, Urban Canine, and Trick Dog
Community Canine Instruction and Evaluation
Community Canine Instruction and Evaluation teaches advanced skills beyond Canine Good Citizen. Some instruction, as well as evaluation may be performed in "real" community settings i.e. local malls, pet stores, parks, etc. To take the Community Canine Evaluation, your dog must have an AKC Canine Good Citizen Title on record with AKC. Dogs with a CGC title may take the Community Canine Evaluation without completing a class. Contact Cheryl Karnes (425) 698-2130 for more information.
AKC Urban Dog Classes
This class teaches and evaluates practical day to day behaviors a dog should be able to perform in a suburban and urban setting. Some instruction as well as evaluation is performed in "real life" settings i.e. taking your dog for a walk in a downtown area or shopping center. You may request an evaluation for the Urban Dog title without completing classes. To take an evaluation, a dog must have the Canine Good Citizen title on record with AKC. Contact Cheryl Karnes (425) 698-2130 for more information.
Trick Dog Class
Trick Dog Classes teach the skill of trick dog training and provides opportunity for your dog to earn four levels of AKC Trick Dog titles:
- AKC Novice Trick Dog (TKN)
Dogs with Canine Good Citizen titles on record are required to demonstrate five tricks to earn this title. Dogs without Canine Good Citizen titles must demonstrate 10 tricks to earn this title.
- AKC Intermediate Trick Dog (TKI)
To earn this title, dogs must perform 10 tricks from the Intermediate Trick Dogs list.
- AKC Advanced Trick Dog (TKA)
To earn this title, dogs must perform five tricks from the Advanced Trick Dogs list
- AKC Trick Dog Performer (TKP)
To earn this title, dogs must demonstrate 10 previously learned or new tricks from Novice, Intermediate, and Advanced lists. These 10 tricks must include at least 10 Intermediate or five Advanced tricks.