Canine Freestyle

Canine Freestyle Class Enrolling Now

What is Canine Freestyle you ask Canine Freestyle is a wonderful and rewarding activity to do with your dog.  Leaning to “dance” with your dog is a great relationship strengthening activity to help you and your dog bond. In addition, it is a great way to get some exercise for both you and your dog.  In our freestyle class, you and your dog will learn “dance” moves.  We then take those moves the two of you have learned and put them into a dance routine to music for you and your dog.  This dance routine will make your dog the star.

With our Canine Freestyle Class, you do not need any creativity, we will do all the work for you.  All you have to do is follow directions.  At the end of our Canine Freestyle Class, you and your dog will be dancing together like you have been doing it for years.

If you are a creative person and have the desire to put together your own routine, our Canine Freestyle Class will give you all the skills you need to develop your own routine.

Find out more about competition Canine Freestyle at the World Canine Freestyle Organization.

Our goal is for all the attention to be on your dog and his/her moves, so if you don’t want to be the star, that is quite alright, your dog will be a star in our Canine Freestyle Class.  If you want to be the star along with your dog and have the creative mind to put together your own routine, our class will give you the necessary tools to do so.

If you and your dog are looking for something fun and rewarding to do then Sign up for our Canine Freestyle Class begining Saturday Feb. 22, 2014. Space is limited.

Sign up for the Canine Freestyle class at Learn With Jenza and let the Learn With Jenza team help you make your dog the best family member possible.

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Posted in Advanced Training Class, Agility Trsining Class, Canine Freestyle 101, General Dog Training, Private Training Class, Tricks Class
2 comments on “Canine Freestyle
  1. Miss Golden says:

    Are children aloud to take part in the “Canine Freestyle”? Thanks.

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