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Class Size is Limited (so register early!) so you always receive personal attention.

We offer the following classes:
(CLICK on the class title for more info)

Special Interest Classes

Reactive Dog Class
Nose Work Games
Fido Fun and Games
Additional Special Classes
Private Lessons/Consultations

Obedience/Manners Classes

Focus Foundation Obedience & Manners
My Dog Has C.L.A.S.S.
Rocket Recalls and Come Now!
Dogs Behaving Better: Build Impulse Cntrl
Additional Obedience Classes

Puppy Classes

Ideal Puppy Training & Socialization
Super Puppy
Puppy Agility Fun!
Puppy/Adolescent Agility 2
Puppy/Young Dog Agility 3
Additional Puppy Classes

Agility Classes
(See Puppy Agility Classes above)

Intro to Agility
Beginning Agility
Novice Agility 1 & 2
Intermediate Agility 1 & 2
Advanced Agility
Beyond Excellent- Masters/Intl Handling
Additional Agility Classes
Agility Fun Runs scheduled

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We also do special events, including seminars, agility and rally run-thrus, workshops, and private dog parties.

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How do I register, or pay for a class or an event?
  • Find the class you want on the list to the right, or above, and click on the class name (or More Info link on the right). For events, go to the Events page.

  • Click the Register link.

  • If registering for the first time you will set up a client account. If you have already done this in the past you will enter your email address and password. You can also click "login" at the top right of the registration page.

  • Use our secure payment system to make a credit card payment. You do not need to be a member of PayPal to make a payment since they also accept credit cards.

    Instructions to make payment: Click "login" at the top right of the registration page. When you have reached your Client Portal, click the "Invoices" tab, find the invoice and click "$" at the right. (If you do not see your invoice, please contact us).

  • Payment can also be cash, or check but your spot is not secure until payment is received.

  • You may drop off cash or check payment in our secure drop box to the left of the front door and window at Lucky Dog. Please be sure any cash is in an envelope with your name and the class name indicated. Our drop box is white, flush with the outside of the buildiing, and has the Lucky Dog name on it.

  • You can mail your form, email it, or you can sign up by phone, if for some reason you cannot do it electronically. Go to the Contact Page to find all this info.
Do I need a club membership to take a class?

No. Becoming a club member and taking a class are unrelated, so you can take a class without being a member and vice versa. But as a member you have access to Lucky Dog and can practice whenever you want (when there is no class or event scheduled).

What are your hours?

An instructor is at Lucky Dog only when there is a scheduled class. We are happy to give you a tour and discuss classes at your convenience. To schedule a personal tour, give Mindy a call at 561-427-6700 to arrange it.

Do you only offer group classes?

While small group classes are a terrific and more economical way to train your dog, sometimes your pooch (and you!) need a little extra help. Call us to schedule a private lesson.

What is your class withdrawal policy in case I can't keep coming to class?
Please be sure the schedule and class will work for you and your dog before registering. There are no refunds, credits or makeups once class has begun.
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Class Schedules & Info

Please register early to ensure your spot in class as well as guarantee that the class will be held since there is a minimum and maximum particpation for each class.

For complete class information and a registration link, click on the title of the class, or "Learn More " button in class summaries, below. You can also use the list of classes links in the column to the left.

• Special Interest Classes
• Obedience & Manners Classes
• Puppy Classes
• Agility Classes
Special Interest Classes
Reactive Dog Class: Help for the Feisty Fido
--Not scheduled

(Can't or don't want to do the class? Please call for private lessons: 561-427-6700.)

Snarling dog Got a feisty Fido when it comes to certain interactions? Do you feel lost when your dog barks, growls, lunges or generally becomes difficult to control around other dogs or people? This class is about your dog learning relaxation and trust and overcoming fear and anxiety. The training methods used are based on the development of a working relationship with your dog. Understand what your reactive dog is doing, why he's doing it, and how to change it. Learn the tools to decrease the stress in your dog and teach him or her confidence and focus. Come work with your dog in a controlled, supportive environment. Instill a conditioned emotional response, learn calming and management techniques, coping responses, and emergency escape exercises.

Nose Work Games

Starting dates of next classes:

--Monday, February 4, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.

--Monday, February 25, 2019 at 6 p.m.

Snarling dog Great for dogs of all ages and abilities, K9 Nose Work is a great way for your dog to have fun, build confidence, and burn lots of mental and physical energy. In this class we take your dog’s instinctual skill and teach them to use it to play games with their noses! As your dog becomes more skilled, the challenges increase so your dog continues to learn and have fun!

Fido Fun and Games (& Tricks Too!)

--Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 10:45 a.m.

Happy dog

This is like summer camp for your dog!

Want to spend time with your dog having lots of fun, connecting and learning to communicate as a team? Looking for ideas and activities to burn some of your dog's energy? Then this tail-wagging fun class is for you! There are several editions of this innovative, fun class including Classic Edition Agility Edition, Dancing with Dogs Edition and Urban Herding Edition! It's perfect for dogs of all ages and abilities.

After completing this course you may be ready for the AKC Trick Title evaluation!

Click here for all the versions of Fido Fun & Games (Agility, Dances with Dogs, and Urban Herding).

Obedience & Manners Classes
Focus Foundation Obedience & Manners

Starting dates of next class(es):

--Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at 6 p.m. is 1st class with your dog (Receive instructional video to watch at home 1 week prior on 3/5)

--Monday, February 25, 2019 at 6 p.m. is 1st class with your dog (Receive instructional video to watch at home on 2/18)

--Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at 7:15 p.m. is 1st class with your dog (Receive instructional video to watch at home on 2/5)

Focused Golden We want to help make life with your dog easier by allowing you to enjoy a calm and well-behaved companion. Teaching your dog to understand your obedience commands is important but it's relationship-building that really counts. When you build communication skills and a better relationship with your dog, better manners and obedience will easily follow. Focus Foundation is a 6-week class and is the foundation for all future training and is perfect for improving the behavior of your favorite pooch. We will train or improve basic obedience skills and improve manners. We will work on attention, impulse control, and the ability to work around other dogs as well as people and distractions. We will help you build better motivation and confidence and discuss how to solve some pesky behavior problems.

Rally - O

Rally Novice and Advanced combined

--Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.

Rally Rally-O (also know as Rally Obedience) emphasizes fun and excitement for the dog/handler team while providing an interactive approach to obedience. Rally is about the most fun you can have doing obedience exercises with your dog! The exercises involved in the course will help build your skills as a handler and increase your dog's repertoire of behaviors. Praise, encouragement, and continuous communication are encouraged in this fun sport.

My Dog Has C.L.A.S.S.
(Canine Life And Social Skills)

B.A. (Bachelors Level 1)
--November 24, 2018 at 9:30 a.m.

M.A. (Masters Level 2) (mixed class of BA and MA)
--Saturday, January 26, 2019 at 12 p.m.

Ph.D. (Doctorate Level 3)
--Not Scheduled

Teach your dog practical, real-life obedience andHeel skills and manners that are useful and important in everyday life. These skills include walking nicely on a leash, meeting and greeting strangers, giving you attention, coming when called, waiting at the door, stay, settle, leave it, and waiting politely for the food bowl. At the end of the 6 weeks a mock C.L.A.S.S. (Canine Life And Social Skills) evaluation will be done so you will know what you need to work on. This class is similar to an AKC CGC (Canine Good Citizen) prep class.

Mini Classes

Here I ComeRocket Recalls: Getting Your Dog to Come

--Not currently scheduled

This is a single, one hour class.

Come Now! Building a Fast, Reliable Recall   I am being good

--Wednesday, August 22 & 29, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.
This is 2 one-hour classes

Dogs Behaving Better! Building Impulse Control

Begin to build some solid impulse control in the face of various real-life distractions

I am being good --Not scheduled

This is a single 75 minute class

Puppy Classes
Ideal Puppy Training & Socialization

--Thursday, January 10, 20189 at 6 p.m.

--Saturday, December 15, 2018 at 12 p.m.

--Thursday,December 13, 2018 at 7:15 p.m.

Why should all puppies go to school? By five months of age much of your puppy's personality has been determined, so it is very important

playing pups
to begin a class prior to this age. Early puppyhood is a critical time for socialization and learning. This time will set the stage for the rest of your puppy's life. This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime chance to show your puppy how to confidently relate to other puppies, unfamiliar people, and strange sights, sounds, and events. Reserve your puppy's spot today in this limited-enrollment class. For pups 8-18 weeks of age at the start of class.

Super Puppy  

--Monday, October 15, 2018 at 7:15 p.m.
Super Puppy class

The fun, high-energy 4-week Super Puppy class is for graduates of Ideal PuppyI (or similar) and are 5 to 8 months of age. Your pup must be friendly towards people and other dogs and have good play skills. This mostly off-leash class is similar to Focus Foundation except that in addition we will continue to promote good socialization skills through off-leash play and interaction. We will work on sit, down stand and stay, adding duration, distance, and distraction,and using positive reinforcement (and the clicker for those that want to). This class is for motivated owners that want to take their puppy to the next level!

Older Puppy Play & Learn  

No class at this time
puppies playing

It is important to continue to allow your older puppy plenty of time to play and to interact with other puppies and dogs. Socialization training is vital to making your new puppy a good canine citizen and teaches your pup to not be fearful around other dogs. A properly socialized puppy becomes a more emotionally healthy adult. We will also incorporate obedience, attention, and focus exercises to keep your pup sharp and engaged. This class is for all dog-friendly pooches between 5-9 months.

Puppy/Adolescent Agility Fun!

Puppy in tunnel--Wednesday, February 13, 2019 at 6 p.m.

For pups 5-12 months of age. Take advantage of your youngster's natural curiosity and abundant energy to introduce him or her to the fun sport of agility! This 6-week class will focus on some fundamentals of agility using puppy games that will utilize targeting, wobble boards, focus and basic obedience skills. Puppies will be introduced to sights, sounds, and techniques that are helpful toward building confidence without stress on baby joints. Clickers, treats and toys will be used for focus motivators. Class will help build your puppy's confidence and strengthen your bond and partnership. The goal is to create a dog that is engaged, focused and motivated as well as one that is confident, well socialized, and eager to offer behaviors and learn.

Puppy/Adolescent Agility 2

--Not scheduled puppy

Has your young dog already had some agility? Then this class may be for you.

In this class you will learn lots of new skills and continue to work on obedience skills for agility. Obstacles such as A-frame, dogwalk, and teeter at low heights will be taught to give the young dog under a year of age confidence and with safety in mind. Open channel weave poles will be used and we will work on front crosses. Your dog's correct position relative to the handler will be stressed, as well as teaching the puppy the confidence to begin working away from the handler. Short sequences will be run using obstacles such as the table, chute, tunnel and open weaves.No (or only very low) jumping will be done with pups under 12 months of age and older adolescents over a year will begin to jump higher. The difficulty level will be personalized to your dog's (and your) skill level.

Puppy/Adolescent Agility 3

--Not scheduled
puppy on aframe

Your adolescent dog is getting older and his agility skills are improving. Puppy Agility 2 is the prerequisite for Puppy Agility 3. Equipment is being raised, and correct contact behavior (2 on/2 off) is being strengthened and improved. More challenging sequences are being offered to your older and more experienced young dog. We are still not jumping, but we do use jumps with no bars to teach handling around the jump uprights.

Agility Classes
Intro to Agility (Level 1A & 1B)

Core Skills (Level 1A) begins
--Friday, January 11, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.

--Wednesday, January 30, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.

Contacts & Weaves (Level 1B) begins
--Friday, February 22, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.

sheltie jumping tire

In Introduction to Agility Levels 1A and 1B (two 6-week classes) (two 6-week classes) dogs will be introduced to many of the obstacles in agility such as jumps, tunnel, chute, and open weaves, in a safe and controlled manner. The skills needed to successfully negotiate the obstacles and the handling skills will be worked on weekly. Attention, focus, teamwork, and motivation will be practiced as the team builds confidence in an atmosphere that centers on learning skills while having fun.
(More agility info here)

Beginning Agility (Level 2)

--Not scheduled

dog on pause table

This is the next class after you have comleted Intro to Agility. In this class handling skills and basic control will be improved. Students learn to give timely commands, to provide consistent and smooth body cues, and to develop teamwork with their dogs. Handlers also develop the ability to switch smoothly from handling their dogs off one side to handling off the other in the middle of a sequence. The dog and handler teams will continue to improve their skills and will become more proficient at simple combinations of obstacles.

Novice Agility (Level 3)
--Not scheduled


We will continue to develop teamwork and increase handling skills in Novice Agility. This is the class for Beginning Agility grads. Sequencing is performed off lead, therefore, your dog also must be able to sit, stay, down, and come on command, off lead. Handlers also develop the ability to switch smoothly from handling their dogs off one side to handling off the other in the middle of a sequence using front and rear crosses. The different come to side maneuvers will be practiced using obstacles. Dogs will be taught to move ahead and switch as needed from handler to obstacle focus.

Intermediate Agility (Level 4)

--Not Scheduled

Intermediate Agility class is designed to advance you and your dog's agility skills and to prepare you and your dog for competition, if desired. The class will build on jumping skills, obstacle discrimination, and distance handling skills. The dogs must be reliable off leash and under good control. Dog/handler teamwork is emphasized, not on just getting through a sequence but the way in which it is accomplished. The class is designed to teach the handler and the dog how to gain confidence, accuracy, and speed.

Advanced Agility Handling & Skills (Level 5)

--Wednesday, January 2, 2019 at 6 p.m.


Anna Strait, will again be offering her expertise to teach this popular class. The class will include complex sequences found in Excellent and/or World Team level courses designed to build the skills necessary to successfully compete at the highest levels. In the class you will continue to perfect skills that are needed to be successful and get the most out of a performance. This class is ideal for anyone who wants to improve their communication with their dog and increase speed and reliability.

Beyond Excellent – Masters/International Handling

--Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

Challenge yourself in this exciting and highest level class. Agility continues to get more competitive and technical. The best agility competitors in the world are utilizing new handling techniques and in this class we teach them to you.

Register for this class and learn from a world-class instructor and handler, Barb Davis. Discover the newest techniques to get you and your canine partner from point A to point B in the fastest, most motivating and most efficient way possible . With Barb's feedback, you will understand different ways of handling each sequence and discover what works best for you and your dog. You will learn new handling skills that you may not have been aware of or had the opportunity to try.

Agility Fun Runs

--Sunday, November, 25, 2018
--Sunday, December 16, 2018
--Sunday, January 20, 2019

Practice your skills, have fun, and enjoy the company of other agility enthusiasts! Two courses for novice to advanced levels. Toys and treats are encouraged to keep your dog motivated and eager to learn.

Private Lessons and Consultations
Are you feeling overwhelmed, embarrassed or frustrated by your dog’s behavior? Get real solutions for training issues or behavior problems including unruly or out of control behavior, jumping up, housetraining, not listening, pulling on leash, lack of focus, or reactivity towards dogs or people. Private agility lessons are also available.

We are happy to provide private, one-on-one consultations, training, and behavior modification to help change your dog into a dog that’s a pleasure to live with.

If you feel you and your pet would benefit from one-on-one time with one of our knowledgeable, professional, and understanding trainers, we invite you to schedule a private lesson or consultation that's convenient for you. Please call Mindy Cox, Training Director at 561-427-6700 to discuss your needs and goals.

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