Training

Dog Training & Socialization Classes

 

Chicagoland Dog Rescue

2021/22

Medinah Location:

Park District

22W130 Thorndale Ave,

Medinah, IL 60157

Fall/Winter Training Schedule

 

ATTENTION:

Wednesday evening outdoor classes will end on September 29, 2021

~Puppy beginner classes: 6:30 pm
~Advanced puppy and Adult class: 7:30pm

Sunday morning indoor classes will resume Sept. 12, 2021 until May 22,2022

The entrance to the gym is located on the north side of the building.  Please do not use the main entrance.

  • Puppy Beginner class: 9:30 am – 10:15 am
  • Advanced Beginner & Adult class:   10:30am – 11:15 am

***Questions regarding classes please contact golfdogs1@att.net

 

All puppies/dogs must have age-appropriate vaccinations, bordetella, and a negative fecal before attending class.

 

Dogs coming to training should have a 6 ft (leather preferably) leash (leashes are available to purchase at training).  All dogs must be on well-fitting collars or harnesses – Proper fitting training collars are recommended for dogs over 6 months and more than 20 lbs.  No pinch/prong collar, unless instructed by one of the trainers. 

Retractable leashes are not allowed!

Didn’t adopt a dog from us?  You can still come to training!  100% of the training $60 fee goes to rescuing more dogs!!  So not only are you getting a well-trained dog, but you are helping other dogs still waiting for their forever homes !!

If your dog is in need of an evaluation or special one-on-one training for specific problems, please contact us directly at 847-985-7384.   We will set up an appointment to address your concerns.

  • Current CDC guidelines must be followed regarding masks and vaccinations.
  • Mask will be required for indoor training at this time.
  • If you are feeling ill, do not come to class.
  • Please keep yourself and others safe as we navigate through the pandemic.

 

  All handlers are required to wear gym shoes or safe closed-toe/back shoes.  No sandals or flip-flops.

                         **These guidelines will ensure the safety of both people and pets. **