Blog: Around the Academy

Puppy’s 1st Class Starts Tonight

Are you looking for a puppy class to join with your new best friend? Doggie Academy’s Puppy’s 1st Class starts a new session this evening at Ciao Bow Wow and there are still slots open. Puppy’s 1st Class covers the normal puppy concerns (house training, mouthing, etc.) as well as useful behaviors like Sit. WeRead more

Walk & Train Lessons

Do you want your dog’s leash skills to improve? Would you like her to walk by your side or stop trying to say “hi!” to every dog on the block? If you don’t have time to do it yourself, let me get these behaviors started for you. Walk & Train sessions can address: -Focus &Read more

Brooklyn Mutt Show Wrap Up

What a great weekend at the Brooklyn Lyceum! Even with all the rain, tons of mutt families joined us to celebrate all things dog and raise money for BARC (I got my BARC t-shirt, did you?). I loved meeting tons of great people and their mutts and helping them with some of their behavior questions.Read more

Doggie Academy at the Brooklyn Mutt Show

To conclude our week of announcements here goes: Doggie Academy will be on hand at the Brooklyn Mutt Show to answer your behavior questions! March 13th and 14th, the Brooklyn Mutt Show will celebrate all things mixed-breed. Dogs will complete in catagories such as Sloppiest Kisser, Best Tail, and Least Useful Pet Trick. Wanna registerRead more

New Classes Beginning This Month

This seems to be the week for announcements and this is a big one: Doggie Academy will be offering group classes beginning March 28th at Ciao Bow Wow in the Financial District! The classes offered will be “Puppy’s First Class” and “Basic Obedience.” For information about what they will cover, go to our Services page.Read more

Big News for Doggie Academy

Hooray for Doggie Academy!  I am now officially an AKC Canine Good Citizen evaluator! What does that mean?  CGC is a designation given to dogs (and their owners) that are proven to have good manners at home and in public.  The test includes walking through a crowd and reacting calmly to another dog.  For aRead more