Kindergarten Puppy Training and Obedience Reinforcement Classes
Kindergarten Puppy Training - requires that puppy's be under six months of age.
My kindergarten puppy training program is a one hour, once weekly, five session course that begins with a lecture ( no dogs) followed by four rudimentary obedience training sessions. This course utilizes positive reinforcement as the motivation for learning the exercises. A minimum of three and maximum of six puppy's make up a kindergarten group.
Obedience reinforcement classes are for dogs of all ages that can use a little practice. This program consists of five training sessions. All candidates for this group obedience course must be social and friendly.
Classes are held at 536 Main Street, in the town of Armonk, NY at my training facility.
Kindergarten Puppy Training Class schedule
New class begins on;
Wednesday, July, 12th from 6:30 to 7:30
Sunday, July, 30 from noon to 1:00
Wednesday, August 23 from 6:30 - 7:30
Sunday, September 10 from noon to 1:00
Note: There will be one lecture for both classes on 7/12 from 6:30 -7:30
Lectures are for parents, no puppy's in attendance. The pups come to school beginning on 7/19
Obedience Reinforcement Class schedule
New class begins on;
TBA, - available to dogs of any age that are social/friendly and under 20 pounds.
This class is designed to reinforce basic obedience skills. A maximum number of 5 attendees will be accepted.
All puppy's and dog's being considered for group classes must be up to date on vaccinations as well as have a social and friendly demeanor.
Unfortunately, we can not be responsible for missed classes.
You may use the contact page to contact Steve for more information.
Note: Return telephone calls may take a couple of days due to my schedule. If for any reason, I have failed to return your call, please re-send your request as media has occasionally failed me in the past.
Multiple classes will be added as the demand grows for group programs.
Many thanks for your inquiry, looking forward to working with you in the near future.
Monday and Tuesday, April 3rd and 4th
Mercy College, Advanced Animal Handling sessions to Veterinary Technology students
Monday and Tuesday, April 24th and 25th
Mercy College, Behavior Lectures to Veterinary Technology 101 students
Below is a list of previous events. Check back here soon for upcoming events.
March 7th & 8th
Mercy College Behavior Lectures to Veterinary Technology 101classes
April 18th &19th
Mercy College Animal Handling Lectures to Veterinary Technology students
On camera shoot with Bill Stanton for "The Daily Mail" Topic - How to respond to a dog attack!
Beginning this Spring, I will be available in NYC to provide training and behavioral consultations at http://www.villageveterinarian.com/
For more information, please contact the Village Veterinarian at 212 979-9870
I invited a terrific K9 police dog and his handler into my Applied Animal Behavior class. See it here;
SPCA Top Hat & Tails Event.
Meet Steve at the SPCA walk-a-thon to answer pet training questions for attendees.
"Still Looking for the One Solution to Aggression Problems? Or is There Really Such a Thing?" Live Webinar with Steve Diller.
Steve donated one of his puppies to the Greenburgh police department. He was named Metro.
Ask Steve questions at the at the "Ask The Expert" booth while attending the SPCA's annual Top Hat and Tails event.
SPCA Top Hat and Tails Fund Raiser. Friday, October 21st at the Ritz, Ask the Trainer.
Round Table Discussion for the Dog Trainers Conneection "The Way You Do TheThings You Do"
Pet Goods appearance. Get your behavior related questions answered by Steve Diller at the Scarsdale Pet Goods location from 12 noon to 3pm.
Dog Trainers' Connection Presents "A Dog Trainer Round Table". New York, NY.
Steve was feautred as the Expert speaker at a fundraiser for "Dogs in Danger".
SPCA Walk-A-Thon. Saturday, April 30th at Roosevelt State Park.
DOGS IN DANGER Walk and Fund Raiser. Sunday, May 15th at Roosevelt State Park.