See what class is all about!
When I started Another Chance Training, my intention was to create programs that met Chicago pet parents where they are at.
I wanted to teach families cues with a purpose because tricks for treats are fun, but cues for treats in lifestyle context are life-changing. And that’s what our group training program offers.
Another Chance For Basics is Lifestyle Training designed with convenience, community and budget in mind. This option allows us to work together sooner, with group class series offered regularly throughout the year.
Another Chance for Basics is a series of 5 group training sessions.
Students will learn basic cues from sit, down, stay, walking, impulse control skills, and more.
Most importantly, you and your pup will learn when and how to insert these cues into your everyday life so they become useful, rather than just a trick for a treat. These sessions are for dogs of all ages from puppies to seniors.
Dogs that attend must be dog and people friendly and comfortable in large group settings. If your dog is leash reactive to humans or dogs, please consider our private sessions for your training journey.
Unlike our 1:1 training program, which currently has a 10-12 week waitlist, our group sessions are offered regularly, with the next two programs starting in September and October.
We understand the importance of accessible training options. Our group training program offers a more budget-friendly cost without sacrificing the support and expertise you need.
Our group training sessions act as a great way to both socialize your dog and make other pet parent friends along the way!
September series dates
october series dates
You'll need to share your dog's vaccination records within 48 hours of submitting your application to secure their spot so we recommend you grab them from your vet prior to starting the application process.
Look out for an email from Shir on where/how to submit the vaccination records.
If you don’t receive it within 15 minutes of submitting your application, please check your spam folder to make sure it didn’t go there. The email will come from email@example.com. If you run into any issues, you can also email Shir directly at that email address.