Class Timetable

Doggy Day Care

41 Glenroy Street, Athol Park

Monday

  • Doggy Daycare - All Dogs Welcome!Our Daycare is run by our experienced and Qualified Behavioural Trainers, meaning your dog is not just going to play but also learn whilst they are here! Benefits of Doggy Daycare:
    • A puppy’s critical developmental period is between 8 to 16 weeks of age. This time is when your puppy should be exposed to a variety of stimuli (people, dogs, environments, sounds, textures, situations, etc.), to develop normal physiological, psychological and social capacities. Learning during this critical period should be a priority as it largely contributes to some future behaviours and development.
    • At daycare, the puppies and dogs get to socialise with a variety of dog breeds, ages, sizes and activity levels as well as being exposed to different objects and sounds. By providing plenty of opportunities for your puppy to be socialised and exposed to different environments we can help to ensure your puppy grows into a well-adjusted adult that relates well to other dogs, other animals and people.
    • During our doggy daycare, dogs and puppies also learn self-control, how to read other dogs body language and appropriate play behaviour.
    • All socialisation and interactions are monitored by our experienced behavioural trainers who are able to ensure appropriate dog interaction and learning as well as making sure they have a fun day out.
    • We have both an outdoor and indoor area so we can continue to operate rain, hail or shine! If the weather is bad outside, you can be sure your pooch will run around and play, ensuring you get a tired dog at the end of the day!
    • Your dog will get to play with interactive toys and equipment, receive some manners training, socialise with dogs, play games and have quiet time when they get tired (this includes some cuddles from us of course).
    • When you pick up your dog, you will receive feedback from the trainers on how your dog went that day. If we find any potential issues, we will give you advice on what you can do to rectify this and how we can help you with that process.
    • Bookings are essential, we require at least 24 hours’ depending on availability. To book in, call, email or send us a message with your dog’s name, breed and your contact information.
    Cost: $60 per dog per day. Multi-pass and 2 dog packages available. Availability: Monday - Friday Time: Drop off is anytime from 6.30am and pick up is any time by 6pm. Address: 41 Glenroy Street, Athol Park, 5012 Age:  There is no age limit!
    , 6:30 am, Doggy Day Care,

Tuesday

  • Doggy Daycare - All Dogs Welcome!Our Daycare is run by our experienced and Qualified Behavioural Trainers, meaning your dog is not just going to play but also learn whilst they are here! Benefits of Doggy Daycare:
    • A puppy’s critical developmental period is between 8 to 16 weeks of age. This time is when your puppy should be exposed to a variety of stimuli (people, dogs, environments, sounds, textures, situations, etc.), to develop normal physiological, psychological and social capacities. Learning during this critical period should be a priority as it largely contributes to some future behaviours and development.
    • At daycare, the puppies and dogs get to socialise with a variety of dog breeds, ages, sizes and activity levels as well as being exposed to different objects and sounds. By providing plenty of opportunities for your puppy to be socialised and exposed to different environments we can help to ensure your puppy grows into a well-adjusted adult that relates well to other dogs, other animals and people.
    • During our doggy daycare, dogs and puppies also learn self-control, how to read other dogs body language and appropriate play behaviour.
    • All socialisation and interactions are monitored by our experienced behavioural trainers who are able to ensure appropriate dog interaction and learning as well as making sure they have a fun day out.
    • We have both an outdoor and indoor area so we can continue to operate rain, hail or shine! If the weather is bad outside, you can be sure your pooch will run around and play, ensuring you get a tired dog at the end of the day!
    • Your dog will get to play with interactive toys and equipment, receive some manners training, socialise with dogs, play games and have quiet time when they get tired (this includes some cuddles from us of course).
    • When you pick up your dog, you will receive feedback from the trainers on how your dog went that day. If we find any potential issues, we will give you advice on what you can do to rectify this and how we can help you with that process.
    • Bookings are essential, we require at least 24 hours’ depending on availability. To book in, call, email or send us a message with your dog’s name, breed and your contact information.
    Cost: $60 per dog per day. Multi-pass and 2 dog packages available. Availability: Monday - Friday Time: Drop off is anytime from 6.30am and pick up is any time by 6pm. Address: 41 Glenroy Street, Athol Park, 5012 Age:  There is no age limit!
    , 6:30 am, Doggy Day Care,

Wednesday

  • Doggy Daycare - All Dogs Welcome!Our Daycare is run by our experienced and Qualified Behavioural Trainers, meaning your dog is not just going to play but also learn whilst they are here! Benefits of Doggy Daycare:
    • A puppy’s critical developmental period is between 8 to 16 weeks of age. This time is when your puppy should be exposed to a variety of stimuli (people, dogs, environments, sounds, textures, situations, etc.), to develop normal physiological, psychological and social capacities. Learning during this critical period should be a priority as it largely contributes to some future behaviours and development.
    • At daycare, the puppies and dogs get to socialise with a variety of dog breeds, ages, sizes and activity levels as well as being exposed to different objects and sounds. By providing plenty of opportunities for your puppy to be socialised and exposed to different environments we can help to ensure your puppy grows into a well-adjusted adult that relates well to other dogs, other animals and people.
    • During our doggy daycare, dogs and puppies also learn self-control, how to read other dogs body language and appropriate play behaviour.
    • All socialisation and interactions are monitored by our experienced behavioural trainers who are able to ensure appropriate dog interaction and learning as well as making sure they have a fun day out.
    • We have both an outdoor and indoor area so we can continue to operate rain, hail or shine! If the weather is bad outside, you can be sure your pooch will run around and play, ensuring you get a tired dog at the end of the day!
    • Your dog will get to play with interactive toys and equipment, receive some manners training, socialise with dogs, play games and have quiet time when they get tired (this includes some cuddles from us of course).
    • When you pick up your dog, you will receive feedback from the trainers on how your dog went that day. If we find any potential issues, we will give you advice on what you can do to rectify this and how we can help you with that process.
    • Bookings are essential, we require at least 24 hours’ depending on availability. To book in, call, email or send us a message with your dog’s name, breed and your contact information.
    Cost: $60 per dog per day. Multi-pass and 2 dog packages available. Availability: Monday - Friday Time: Drop off is anytime from 6.30am and pick up is any time by 6pm. Address: 41 Glenroy Street, Athol Park, 5012 Age:  There is no age limit!
    , 6:30 am, Doggy Day Care,

Thursday

  • Doggy Daycare - All Dogs Welcome!Our Daycare is run by our experienced and Qualified Behavioural Trainers, meaning your dog is not just going to play but also learn whilst they are here! Benefits of Doggy Daycare:
    • A puppy’s critical developmental period is between 8 to 16 weeks of age. This time is when your puppy should be exposed to a variety of stimuli (people, dogs, environments, sounds, textures, situations, etc.), to develop normal physiological, psychological and social capacities. Learning during this critical period should be a priority as it largely contributes to some future behaviours and development.
    • At daycare, the puppies and dogs get to socialise with a variety of dog breeds, ages, sizes and activity levels as well as being exposed to different objects and sounds. By providing plenty of opportunities for your puppy to be socialised and exposed to different environments we can help to ensure your puppy grows into a well-adjusted adult that relates well to other dogs, other animals and people.
    • During our doggy daycare, dogs and puppies also learn self-control, how to read other dogs body language and appropriate play behaviour.
    • All socialisation and interactions are monitored by our experienced behavioural trainers who are able to ensure appropriate dog interaction and learning as well as making sure they have a fun day out.
    • We have both an outdoor and indoor area so we can continue to operate rain, hail or shine! If the weather is bad outside, you can be sure your pooch will run around and play, ensuring you get a tired dog at the end of the day!
    • Your dog will get to play with interactive toys and equipment, receive some manners training, socialise with dogs, play games and have quiet time when they get tired (this includes some cuddles from us of course).
    • When you pick up your dog, you will receive feedback from the trainers on how your dog went that day. If we find any potential issues, we will give you advice on what you can do to rectify this and how we can help you with that process.
    • Bookings are essential, we require at least 24 hours’ depending on availability. To book in, call, email or send us a message with your dog’s name, breed and your contact information.
    Cost: $60 per dog per day. Multi-pass and 2 dog packages available. Availability: Monday - Friday Time: Drop off is anytime from 6.30am and pick up is any time by 6pm. Address: 41 Glenroy Street, Athol Park, 5012 Age:  There is no age limit!
    , 6:30 am, Doggy Day Care,

Friday

  • Doggy Daycare - All Dogs Welcome!Our Daycare is run by our experienced and Qualified Behavioural Trainers, meaning your dog is not just going to play but also learn whilst they are here! Benefits of Doggy Daycare:
    • A puppy’s critical developmental period is between 8 to 16 weeks of age. This time is when your puppy should be exposed to a variety of stimuli (people, dogs, environments, sounds, textures, situations, etc.), to develop normal physiological, psychological and social capacities. Learning during this critical period should be a priority as it largely contributes to some future behaviours and development.
    • At daycare, the puppies and dogs get to socialise with a variety of dog breeds, ages, sizes and activity levels as well as being exposed to different objects and sounds. By providing plenty of opportunities for your puppy to be socialised and exposed to different environments we can help to ensure your puppy grows into a well-adjusted adult that relates well to other dogs, other animals and people.
    • During our doggy daycare, dogs and puppies also learn self-control, how to read other dogs body language and appropriate play behaviour.
    • All socialisation and interactions are monitored by our experienced behavioural trainers who are able to ensure appropriate dog interaction and learning as well as making sure they have a fun day out.
    • We have both an outdoor and indoor area so we can continue to operate rain, hail or shine! If the weather is bad outside, you can be sure your pooch will run around and play, ensuring you get a tired dog at the end of the day!
    • Your dog will get to play with interactive toys and equipment, receive some manners training, socialise with dogs, play games and have quiet time when they get tired (this includes some cuddles from us of course).
    • When you pick up your dog, you will receive feedback from the trainers on how your dog went that day. If we find any potential issues, we will give you advice on what you can do to rectify this and how we can help you with that process.
    • Bookings are essential, we require at least 24 hours’ depending on availability. To book in, call, email or send us a message with your dog’s name, breed and your contact information.
    Cost: $60 per dog per day. Multi-pass and 2 dog packages available. Availability: Monday - Friday Time: Drop off is anytime from 6.30am and pick up is any time by 6pm. Address: 41 Glenroy Street, Athol Park, 5012 Age:  There is no age limit!
    , 6:30 am, Doggy Day Care,

Classes

41 Glenroy Street, Athol Park

Sunday

  • Puppy Academy: Early Manners & Socialisation

    Puppy Academy focuses on those essential experiences for your puppy in its first few months of life.

    This includes exposure to other puppies, exposure to lots of different people, common and uncommon sounds and all kinds of objects. This helps to build your puppy’s confidence and exposure to new experiences. Here at ABT we also get started on some basic training skills for your puppy. Teaching them manners from an early age helps to prevent rebellion later which builds a good foundation of trust and respect for you and your puppy. We also include lots of information and assistance with all those puppy-joys such as toilet training, mouthing and teething! During classes, puppies will be learning:
    • how to give attention when asked
    • to be calm
    • commands such as sit and drop
    • general manners
    • to come when called
    • leash walking skills
    • Leave, wait and give
    • Mat training
    • How to enjoy grooming and Vet checks
    • Great people and dogs nicely
    • Associate with a range of different objects, surfaces, sights and sounds
    We are currently running 2 Puppy academy options, and a few new puppy stage classes! If you would like to know the best for you, please contact us.

    PUPPY ACADEMY: 6 WEEK COURSE START DATES!

    WEDNESDAY TIMES

    TBA

    SUNDAY TIMES

     28th June – 2nd August @ 10am

    , 9:30 am, 41 Glenroy Street, Athol Park,
  • Puppy Academy: Early Manners & Socialisation

    Puppy Academy focuses on those essential experiences for your puppy in its first few months of life.

    This includes exposure to other puppies, exposure to lots of different people, common and uncommon sounds and all kinds of objects. This helps to build your puppy’s confidence and exposure to new experiences. Here at ABT we also get started on some basic training skills for your puppy. Teaching them manners from an early age helps to prevent rebellion later which builds a good foundation of trust and respect for you and your puppy. We also include lots of information and assistance with all those puppy-joys such as toilet training, mouthing and teething! During classes, puppies will be learning:
    • how to give attention when asked
    • to be calm
    • commands such as sit and drop
    • general manners
    • to come when called
    • leash walking skills
    • Leave, wait and give
    • Mat training
    • How to enjoy grooming and Vet checks
    • Great people and dogs nicely
    • Associate with a range of different objects, surfaces, sights and sounds
    We are currently running 2 Puppy academy options, and a few new puppy stage classes! If you would like to know the best for you, please contact us.

    PUPPY ACADEMY: 6 WEEK COURSE START DATES!

    WEDNESDAY TIMES

    TBA

    SUNDAY TIMES

     28th June – 2nd August @ 10am

    , 11:00 am, 41 Glenroy Street, Athol Park,
  • Life Skills & Obedience Level 1

    As the COVID-19 restrictions begin to lift we are reintroducing our class services. We are currently working through our list of those enrolled and placed on hold during the COVID-19 restrictions.

    If you were not enrolled previous to these restrictions, please contact us and we will place you on a waiting list, to book into our course when our next available dates are released!

    Alternatively please send us an enquiry with your training needs and we will give you information on the best available options for you and your dog!


    During these classes, your dog will learn to:

    • make eye contact with you
    • walk on a loose lead
    • come when called
    • sit for greetings
    • lie down and stand on cue
    • leave it
    • handling skills for grooming and vet visits

    You will also learn about canine body language, environment enrichment, life rewards, on lead manners around other dogs, using a clicker, and mat training. We will include some tricks to train too!

    , 1:00 pm, 41 Glenroy Street, Athol Park,
  • Life Skills & Obedience Level 2

    As the COVID-19 restrictions begin to lift we are reintroducing our class services. We are currently working through our list of those enrolled and placed on hold during the COVID-19 restrictions.

    If you were not enrolled previous to these restrictions, please contact us and we will place you on a waiting list, to book into our course when our next available dates are released!

    Alternatively please send us an enquiry with your training needs and we will give you information on the best available options for you and your dog!


    This course is designed to refine some of the basic exercises from Level 1. Level 2 will focus on verbal and hand cues, and getting your dog to improve with duration, distance and distractions. We will also work on reducing reliance on lures and moving towards more subtle visual or verbal signals instead We will work on:
    • recalls
    • commands such as settle, mat (go to mat) and stay
    • settling after play
    • walking close in the heel position for passing dogs and people
    • and more
    We will also teach your dog to follow targets and perform tricks. Dogs will learn to walk and perform at markers, handle and accept restraint, first aid, tolerance to separation and car safety. You will be finding out about how dogs learn and communicate, leadership and trouble-shooting skills.

    , 2:30 pm, 41 Glenroy Street, Athol Park,
  • Like Skills & Obedience Level 3

    As the COVID-19 restrictions begin to lift we are reintroducing our class services. We are currently working through our list of those enrolled and placed on hold during the COVID-19 restrictions.

    If you were not enrolled previous to these restrictions, please contact us and we will place you on a waiting list, to book into our course when our next available dates are released!

    Alternatively please send us an enquiry with your training needs and we will give you information on the best available options for you and your dog!


    This course is based around the previous levels but with an emphasis on perfecting all behaviours that have been learnt. Your dog will be able to perform for you at home and in the community meaning that you will have a dog you are proud to take out in public. The goal of these higher levels is to get your dog to a point that their behaviour is more reliable with distractions, distance, duration, better response time and the ability to listen reliably without you needing to rely on using rewards to get them to listen to you. There will also be the option for more fun and advanced skills at this level.

    , 4:00 pm, 41 Glenroy Street, Athol Park,

Monday

  • Life Skills & Obedience Level 1

    As the COVID-19 restrictions begin to lift we are reintroducing our class services. We are currently working through our list of those enrolled and placed on hold during the COVID-19 restrictions.

    If you were not enrolled previous to these restrictions, please contact us and we will place you on a waiting list, to book into our course when our next available dates are released!

    Alternatively please send us an enquiry with your training needs and we will give you information on the best available options for you and your dog!


    During these classes, your dog will learn to:

    • make eye contact with you
    • walk on a loose lead
    • come when called
    • sit for greetings
    • lie down and stand on cue
    • leave it
    • handling skills for grooming and vet visits

    You will also learn about canine body language, environment enrichment, life rewards, on lead manners around other dogs, using a clicker, and mat training. We will include some tricks to train too!

    , 6:30 pm, 41 Glenroy Street, Athol Park,
  • Life Skills & Obedience Level 2

    As the COVID-19 restrictions begin to lift we are reintroducing our class services. We are currently working through our list of those enrolled and placed on hold during the COVID-19 restrictions.

    If you were not enrolled previous to these restrictions, please contact us and we will place you on a waiting list, to book into our course when our next available dates are released!

    Alternatively please send us an enquiry with your training needs and we will give you information on the best available options for you and your dog!


    This course is designed to refine some of the basic exercises from Level 1. Level 2 will focus on verbal and hand cues, and getting your dog to improve with duration, distance and distractions. We will also work on reducing reliance on lures and moving towards more subtle visual or verbal signals instead We will work on:
    • recalls
    • commands such as settle, mat (go to mat) and stay
    • settling after play
    • walking close in the heel position for passing dogs and people
    • and more
    We will also teach your dog to follow targets and perform tricks. Dogs will learn to walk and perform at markers, handle and accept restraint, first aid, tolerance to separation and car safety. You will be finding out about how dogs learn and communicate, leadership and trouble-shooting skills.

    , 8:00 pm, 41 Glenroy Street, Athol Park,

Tuesday

  • Life Skills & Obedience Level 1

    As the COVID-19 restrictions begin to lift we are reintroducing our class services. We are currently working through our list of those enrolled and placed on hold during the COVID-19 restrictions.

    If you were not enrolled previous to these restrictions, please contact us and we will place you on a waiting list, to book into our course when our next available dates are released!

    Alternatively please send us an enquiry with your training needs and we will give you information on the best available options for you and your dog!


    During these classes, your dog will learn to:

    • make eye contact with you
    • walk on a loose lead
    • come when called
    • sit for greetings
    • lie down and stand on cue
    • leave it
    • handling skills for grooming and vet visits

    You will also learn about canine body language, environment enrichment, life rewards, on lead manners around other dogs, using a clicker, and mat training. We will include some tricks to train too!

    , 6:30 pm, 41 Glenroy Street, Athol Park,
  • Life Skills & Obedience Level 2

    As the COVID-19 restrictions begin to lift we are reintroducing our class services. We are currently working through our list of those enrolled and placed on hold during the COVID-19 restrictions.

    If you were not enrolled previous to these restrictions, please contact us and we will place you on a waiting list, to book into our course when our next available dates are released!

    Alternatively please send us an enquiry with your training needs and we will give you information on the best available options for you and your dog!


    This course is designed to refine some of the basic exercises from Level 1. Level 2 will focus on verbal and hand cues, and getting your dog to improve with duration, distance and distractions. We will also work on reducing reliance on lures and moving towards more subtle visual or verbal signals instead We will work on:
    • recalls
    • commands such as settle, mat (go to mat) and stay
    • settling after play
    • walking close in the heel position for passing dogs and people
    • and more
    We will also teach your dog to follow targets and perform tricks. Dogs will learn to walk and perform at markers, handle and accept restraint, first aid, tolerance to separation and car safety. You will be finding out about how dogs learn and communicate, leadership and trouble-shooting skills.

    , 8:00 pm, 41 Glenroy Street, Athol Park,

Wednesday

  • Puppy Academy: Early Manners & Socialisation

    Puppy Academy focuses on those essential experiences for your puppy in its first few months of life.

    This includes exposure to other puppies, exposure to lots of different people, common and uncommon sounds and all kinds of objects. This helps to build your puppy’s confidence and exposure to new experiences. Here at ABT we also get started on some basic training skills for your puppy. Teaching them manners from an early age helps to prevent rebellion later which builds a good foundation of trust and respect for you and your puppy. We also include lots of information and assistance with all those puppy-joys such as toilet training, mouthing and teething! During classes, puppies will be learning:
    • how to give attention when asked
    • to be calm
    • commands such as sit and drop
    • general manners
    • to come when called
    • leash walking skills
    • Leave, wait and give
    • Mat training
    • How to enjoy grooming and Vet checks
    • Great people and dogs nicely
    • Associate with a range of different objects, surfaces, sights and sounds
    We are currently running 2 Puppy academy options, and a few new puppy stage classes! If you would like to know the best for you, please contact us.

    PUPPY ACADEMY: 6 WEEK COURSE START DATES!

    WEDNESDAY TIMES

    TBA

    SUNDAY TIMES

     28th June – 2nd August @ 10am

    , 6:30 pm, 41 Glenroy Street, Athol Park,
  • Life Skills & Obedience Level 1

    As the COVID-19 restrictions begin to lift we are reintroducing our class services. We are currently working through our list of those enrolled and placed on hold during the COVID-19 restrictions.

    If you were not enrolled previous to these restrictions, please contact us and we will place you on a waiting list, to book into our course when our next available dates are released!

    Alternatively please send us an enquiry with your training needs and we will give you information on the best available options for you and your dog!


    During these classes, your dog will learn to:

    • make eye contact with you
    • walk on a loose lead
    • come when called
    • sit for greetings
    • lie down and stand on cue
    • leave it
    • handling skills for grooming and vet visits

    You will also learn about canine body language, environment enrichment, life rewards, on lead manners around other dogs, using a clicker, and mat training. We will include some tricks to train too!

    , 8:00 pm, 41 Glenroy Street, Athol Park,

Thursday

  • Behaviour Therapy

    As the COVID-19 restrictions begin to lift we are reintroducing our class services. We are currently working through our list of those enrolled and placed on hold during the COVID-19 restrictions.

    If you were not enrolled previous to these restrictions, please contact us and we will place you on a waiting list, to book into our course when our next available dates are released!

    Alternatively please send us an enquiry with your training needs and we will give you information on the best available options for you and your dog!


    Available for those dogs with more serious problems such as reacting badly to other people and/or other dogs. These dogs can be scared or nervous and often need a different approach to training. Please contact us if you think your dog has special needs and we will discuss the best course for you. All casual classes may be subject to change or cancellation depending on bookings, classes will be confirmed at least one day prior to the booked date! Due to the nature of this being a casual class if sufficient attendees are not booked in we may at times need to reschedule the class.  
    , 6:30 pm, 41 Glenroy Street, Athol Park,
  • Casual Life Skills & Obedience Dog Training

    As the COVID-19 restrictions begin to lift we are reintroducing our class services. We are currently working through our list of those enrolled and placed on hold during the COVID-19 restrictions.

    If you were not enrolled previous to these restrictions, please contact us and we will place you on a waiting list, to book into our course when our next available dates are released!

    Alternatively please send us an enquiry with your training needs and we will give you information on the best available options for you and your dog!


    For those who cannot commit to an eight week course or would like to focus on specific areas, we also hold casual group classes. These classes are run weekly Saturdays as well as Thursday nights; one is a morning class and the opposite one is late afternoon. Please call us if you have any queries for this class.   All casual classes may be subject to change or cancellation depending on bookings, classes will be confirmed at least one day prior to the booked date! Due to the nature of this being a casual class if sufficient attendees are not booked in we may at times need to reschedule the class.  
    , 8:00 pm, 41 Glenroy Street, Athol Park,

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