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Schutzhund Training

Bergen and Passiac Counties,
Northern New Jersey,
New York Metropolitan Area

The purpose of Schutzhund is to demonstrate the dog's intelligence & utility. It also measures the dog's mental stability, endurance, structural efficiencies, ability to scent, willingness to work, courage, & trainability.

Schutzhund is a German word meaning "protection dog". It refers to a sport that focuses on developing and evaluating those traits in dogs that make them more useful and happier companions to their owners. Schutzhund work concentrates on three parts: Tracking, Obedience and Protection. Many are familiar with the obedience work of the American Kennel Club's affiliates and will recognize the first two parts, tracking and obedience. The Schutzhund standards for the third part, protection work, are similar to those for dogs in police work.

Training will be designed with your dog's individual abilities and your goals in mind. Although we will instruct you based on USA Schutzhund Trial Rules, you need not trial or compete with your dog. Each phase will be instructed by Beth and you can train privately or in group sessions.

le call or it changes from week to week.
$75
-- There are no openings in the group training at this time.

Private Lessons:

In your home - $150 per one-hour lesson or 5 prepaid* lessons for $700

At our facility - $115 per one-hour lesson or 5 prepaid* lessons for $500

Private lessons for aggression or private lessons for multiple dogs:

In your home:  $200 per one-hour lesson or 5 prepaid* lessons for $950

At my facility: $150 per one-hour lesson or 5 prepaid* lessons for $700

 

(Due to an overwhelming demand, Beth’s calendar for private lessons is full until Mid- March.  Please email her to be placed on the waiting list.)


$150/private

Your initial visit will be a free evaluation. Then I can advise you as to the extent of your dog's ability to be involved int the sport. All dogs are worked one at a time, please have your dog remain in the car until it is his/her turn. I encourage everyone to watch and learn from each other's dogs.