Wright-Way Rescue Dog Training
There's nothing like the sense of accomplishment that comes from completing dog training classes and seeing results you can enjoy for years to come! At Wright-Way Rescue, our trainers teach a variety of techniques in a fun, interactive environment. We make dog training as effective as it is enjoyable, giving you the tools you need to sustain success when your classes are complete.
Good Start Class
Cost: FREE to adopters
Schedule: Every other Sunday. See dates below:
- December 3, 2017
- December 17, 2017
Note: Please leave your canines at home for this class.
Attend this free class to get a jump start on taking care of your new dog or puppy. Our trainer will give you the information you need to succeed with your new canine friend. Bring your questions and concerns. All recommended training methods will utilize positive reinforcement techniques. No registration required. As part of the adoption fee, you are automatically enrolled in a Good Start Class at no cost. Your class date can be found on the inside front cover of your Adoption Handbook.
Good Start Classes will not be held on holiday weekends.
Basic + Obedience - Open to Public
Cost: $175 - Register NOW!
Class length: 6 weeks - 1 hour classes
- Saturday from 5:00-6:00PM – December 2 – January 27 (No class on 12/9, 12/23 and 12/30)
- Wednesday from 7:00-8:00PM - January 3 – February 7
- Saturday from 9:00 – 10:00 AM – January 6 – February 10
- Sunday from 6:15 – 7:15 PM – January 14 – February 18
- Tuesday from 7:00 – 8:00 PM – January 23 – February 27
- Sunday from 5:00-6:00 PM – January 28 – March 4
- Saturday from 9:00 – 10:00 AM – February 17 – March 24
- Wednesday from 7:00-8:00 PM - February 21 – March 28
- Sunday from 6:15 – 7:15 PM – February 25 – April 8
Qualifications: Dogs and puppies 4 months of age and older
Our Basic + Obedience Class teaches you how to train your dog through positive reinforcement. The class covers basic commands such as sit, down, stay, come (recall), off, leave it, drop it, etc. We also cover loose-leash walking and waiting at the door.
Five rewards are utilized to train your dog: touch, treats, voice, loose leash, and play.
This class will also deal with how to fix problem behaviors you might be experiencing. Socialization and working among distractions is a bonus of this class. These classes are geared toward dogs 4 months and older.
All levels are welcome (dogs that are more experienced will be trained at their level). Come and have some fun while you learn with your new best friend!
Dogs must be up-to-date on vaccinations before beginning training. For your advantage and benefit, classes do have a cap, so please register soon. A dog must be accompanied by a handler who is 18 years of age or older.
Please see important information at bottom of page.
All of required training materials will be available for purchase at Wright-Way Rescue’s retail store the first night of class! All proceeds go directly back to helping Wright-Way continue its mission.
- Positive attitude
- Soft treats
- A dog toy
- 6-foot leash. No retractable leashes allowed.
- Proof of vaccinations
Meet the Trainer - Montana C. Hayes
Montana C. Hayes has over 32 years as a certified obedience and foundation dog trainer utilizing reward based leadership skills and specializing in dog behavior, puppy development stages, and genetics. She started her professional training career in 1980 in Washington State as a horse and dog trainer. She is the owner of Big Sky Dog Training. Over the years, she has been asked to evaluate and work with dogs at shelters, animal control agencies, and for clients of veterinarians. Extensive exposure to a wide variety of canine breeds and temperaments has greatly contributed to her success as a trainer and to owner satisfaction.
Montana is continually updating and expanding her knowledge by working with other trainers, attending seminars, and studying the latest theories and methodologies. From new sources, she selects what she believes are positive methods for instruction and adds them to her training repertoire. She uses five basic rewards: touch, voice, loose leash, treats, and play. An emphasis is placed on foundation training, basic to advanced work, and creating a well-balanced companion and/or sport dog.
Currently she is a professional member of IACP, APDT, AKC, ASPCA, and The Pet Professionals Guild. She is also certified to teach and a certified tester for AKA in S.T.A.R., CGC, and CGCA. For APDT for C.L.A.S.S.
You can reach Montana by phone at 847-997-4707 or by email.