Leavenworth, KS: Riverfront Community Center (Park and Recreation)




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Classes Offered:

Two levels of training classes are offered at the Leavenworth, KS location. The classes are meant to work together, and it is suggested that dogs take both levels of classes for the best results.

pawprintMANNERS and OBEDIENCE Level One: This is the foundation level class and includes many behaviors like beginning walking on leash, sit, down, come, focused attention, place, and stay.

pawprint2MANNERS and OBEDIENCE Level Two: This a continuation of Level One with the skills getting more refined and difficult. Additional skills like directional come, leave it, wait, back, and stand will be added along with work on mannered greetings. Prerequisite: Successful completion of Level One class or permission. This class is held sporadically and normally in summer or late fall.

Location: Classes will meet outdoors at 3rd and Delaware.

Dates: Saturdays

2024 dates

March 9th-April 20th
May 4th-June 15th
June 29th-August 10th
August 24th-October 5th

Level 1: Sat.3:00-4:00 pm

Level 2: TBD by instructor

How to Register: Call 913-651-2132 for more information. This is a Park and Recreation program, and registration is done through the city. Online registration and additional information
Cost: $100
Requirements: Dogs must be: 4 months of age or older, have current vaccinations, be handled by someone 12 years of age or older, and be non-dog and people aggressive. No dogs the first class.
Payment: Payment required prior to first class.

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Last Updated: February 4, 2024
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