The Training Studio

Anxious/Reactive Pets

Appropriate classes may aid in your dog's treatment for anxiety and reactivity.  Our trainers have a great deal of experience in working with worried dogs who may use aggression to manage situations.  Classes can also help anxious dogs build confidence.

Due to our small class sizes enrollment is open until a class fills. It may sometimes be necessary to delay our start date. If the class you want is not currently active you can register now to reserve your spot on the roster; payment is not due until the class has an official start date.

Nose Games



Time- TBD 

Class duration: 4 weeks, 1 hour per week - no dogs first class



Intro to Nose Games is designed to tap into your dog’s primary sense – his amazing sense of smell! This class introduces the concept of a search game that you can play at home, and helps you learn to read your dog’s body language while giving your dog a fun sniffing workout! Each week increases the level of challenge for your dog. Any dog is welcome (reactive, shy, exuberant, senior dogs, etc.). The exercises are performed with one dog at a time and are tailored to set up each dog to succeed. No prior training is needed. The only requirements are a 6-foot leash and a generous supply of your dog’s favorite yummy treats. This class is similar to  K9 Nose Work developed by Ron Gaunt, Amy Herot, and Jill Marie O’Brien.


Class size: Maximum 4 dogs


Fee: $165



  • Current vaccinations- please provide proof of vaccinations

  • Minimum age 20 weeks

  • 6-foot leash

If you have any problems registering, please call the office - 469-236-0066 and we would be happy to get you registered over the phone - Thanks!

Dog School DropOut  

Dates: Rolling enrollment

Class duration: 5 sessions – class times are flexible so you don't have to commit to one day and time each week; 20-45 minutes per session


Instructor: Cathy Painter, LVT, CBCC-KA, Fear Free Certified Technician and Trainer


If your dog reacts aggressively to seeing other dogs, by lunging, barking, growling or attempting to bite, DSDO class is for you. This class builds on the skills you learn in Relaxed Rover class or private sessions. We work specifically on helping your dog feel more comfortable around other dogs.


Class size: Semi-private session, usually two dogs at a time and no more than three in one session.


Fee: $250



  • Current vaccinations- please provide proof of vaccinations

  • Dogs must have already taken Relaxed Rover or attended at least one private session

DSDO Class is FULL. Please register to be on the waiting list. 

Relaxed Rover

Date: September 10 class is full--please register to be on our waiting list

Saturday at 2:00 pm

Class duration: 5 weeks, 1 hour per week 

The first class is for humans only; dogs start the second week


Instructors: Sarah Owen, CBCC-KA, CPDT-KA



Does your dog lack focus? Is he highly excitable? Does he lunge, bark, growl, overreact or bite at the leash?  Did you adopt a dog during the pandemic who now has to go face a world full of people and dogs as things open back up?  In this class, we teach dogs how to relax and redirect their attention away from distractions in a safe environment. Additionally, we give you tips on safely handling difficult situations you may encounter with your dog.


Class size: Maximum 4 dogs


Fee: $225



  • Current vaccinations- please provide proof of vaccinations

  • If your dog has bitten another dog or person, we recommend a private lesson before enrolling in Relaxed Rover. 

Please note there are no refunds available within 2 weeks of class start time. 


We want happy clients and dogs! If the class you choose isn't right for you, please contact us and we will work to find one that is!

For any questions regarding policies or other important information, email and we will get back to you as soon as possible.