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Upcoming Group Classes and Events

You can see a complete list of upcoming classes and events here, and on the calendar. Currently, all group classes and workshops are being held at our Millersville location. Enroll for classes online through the client portal.

Students are encouraged to join our Facebook group as well for added social events as well.

Beginner Group Class / 100 level Class

Learn all of the Foundation Exercises in a small group of your peers! The class covers the commands Heel, Sit, Stand, Down, Come, Stay, Place, and teaches you how to use these skills to redirect and replace bad behaviors.

Dogs do not come to class on the first week.

*Upcoming Sessions*

Monday, September 27th from 7:00 pm – 7:50 pm

Thursday, October 14th from 7:00 pm – 7:50 pm

Saturday, October 30th from 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Monday, November 8th from 7:00 pm – 7:50 pm

(Class meets for six consecutive weeks)

In Person Class: $220

Canine Good Citizen Prep / 200 Level Class

During this six week course, we will practice and perfect all test items in the Canine Good Citizen test, and introduce and practice all test items in the Community Canine test (next level of CGC). The class is designed to use the basic obedience established in 100 level training to master manners, like sitting politely for petting, walking on a loose leash through a crowd, etc. This is great class for any dog looking to improve their social skills and obedience in public places.

Wednesday, October 13th from 7:00 – 7:50 pm

In Person Class: $150

Register for class through the client portal.

Companion Dog / 300 Level Class

During this six week course, we will use the obedience skills established in the 100 and 200 level training to turn your dog into the ultimate companion. Dogs will learn off-leash obedience, long distance obedience, new ways to move smoothly through crowded environments and refine impulse control.

Next Session: Wednesday, October 13th from 8:00 – 8:50 pm

In Person Class: $150

Register for class through the client portal.

Electives & Advanced Training Classes

These elective classes cover various topics, with behaviors from Agility, Nosework, Rally, Trick Dog, etc. These classes and workshops are for owners who are looking for more than basic obedience and want some mental stimulation, confidence building and bonding opportunities with their dog.  Topics rotate, so keep checking the schedule for new training opportunities!

Gym Classes

During Gym Class our facility is open for you to drop in for training. Use training equipment if needed, and practice your homework and training skills around new dogs and people. Gym Class is held at our Millersville location.

Open Gym

Saturday’s from 10:00 am – 11:30 am


Level Up - Dog Training Club

A weekly training club for advanced training students. Level Up will meet every Tuesday from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm at our Millersville location. The first hour of the meeting will focus on rotating structured topics, and the second hour of the session will focus on each team’s specific needs.

1st Tuesday: Obedience Run-Throughs

2nd Tuesday: Rally Run-Throughs

3rd Tuesday: Retrieve & Tricks

4th Tuesday: Nosework

Every Tuesday from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Monthly Subscription (auto renew): $100

One Month Access: $130

Single Drop in Day: $45

Puppy Socialization Class

This six week class is designed for graduates of our Puppy Lesson Program, and is ideal for young puppies who have completed their vaccinations.

Each week, puppies will practice the skills learned in the lesson program to provide rich socialization experiences. This class is designed to provide safe and positive exposure to other dogs, people, sounds, objects, obstacles, experiences. Dogs that complete this course are able to earn their AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy Certificate.

*Upcoming Sessions*

Saturday, October 2nd from 11:30 am – 12:20 pm

(Class meets for six consecutive weeks)

In Person Class: $175

Fit Dog Level 1 Class

Join us for a six week class to learn the basic skills needed to improve your dogs fitness. The class will follow the AKC Fit Dog Level 1 course, and all dogs will be able to complete the FIt Dog Level 1 requirements at the completion of class.

Next Session
Monday, September 27th
8:00 – 8:50 pm
Intro to E-Collar (4 week class)

Introduce your dog to the electronic collar. Teach them to come when called, go to place, heel and stop unnecessary behaviors. Dogs should be graduates of our basic obedience program, or get permission to enroll in this class. E-collars are not included in this course. E-mail us for brand recommendations prior to the start of class. This class will meet every Wednesday for 4 weeks.

Next Session
Wednesday, November 24th
7:00 – 7:50 pm
Upcoming Workshops

One-hour, one-time training classes so you can reap the benefits of group work without committing to 4-6 weeks of training.


Join us for our hybrid games course that combines agility and obedience work. We will be setting up courses, games, and relay races to introduce your dog to agility equipment and give you a new way to keep your dogs obedience sharp!

Dogs should be proficient at basic obedience to get the most out of the class (Beginner Group Class Graduate or equivalent).

Next Sessions:

Monday, September 20th from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Saturday, October 23rd from 9:00 am – 10:00 am

The Social Dog Workshop

Join us at LFL to practice polite greeting with some of your peers. If your dog is too excited when meeting new dogs or people, nervous around new people or dogs? This workshop is for you! We will go through exercise meant to teach emotional self control, so you can feel confident when you approach distractions our in public, or even at your front door.

Monday, September 20th
8:00 pm – 8:50 pm
Saturday, October 16th
1:00 – 2:00 pm
Heeling & Leash Handling
This workshop is designed to teach owners how to properly handle the leash during heeling exercises. You can enroll online through our client portal!
This is a heeling foundations course, perfect for…
1) Dogs who already know how to heel with us but whose owners need to learn still. (any of our day training or tag-along dogs who haven’t also taken a class or lesson).
2) Dogs that have covered heeling during a beginner level course and would like a refresher. (Graduates of a 100 level course or private lesson program who need to brush up on their skills).
3) Dogs who are new to Leash Free Living from other training programs and need to learn some leash handling before jumping into an advanced or elective class. (Dogs that have learned heeling, but not from us).
Wednesday, September 29th
8:00 pm – 8:50 pm
Nail Care: Trim & Dremel

Get comfortable trimming and grinding your dog’s nails. Nails should be trimmed at minimum once a week, and there is no reason you shouldn’t be able to do them right at home. Short nails can improve your dog’s traction, posture and proprioception. We will have equipment available, but feel free to ask for recommendations as well.

Thursday, September 30th
8:00 pm – 8:50 pm
Saturday, October 23rd
1:00 – 2:00 pm
Play & Train Workshop
Teach your dog to respond to obedience cues with the ultimate distraction – their peers. Learn how we manage multiple dog situations, and high excitement/stress environments. This is perfect for the dog that doesn’t always play well with others, that annoy other dogs, barks at other dogs, is nervous around other dogs, or just not totally obedient when in play mode (in the backyard or at the dog park, etc).
It would be helpful for the dogs to have been introduced to the Place, Sit and Come commands before this workshop, but not necessary.
This workshop is not appropriate for dog-aggressive dogs.
Wednesday, October 6th
8:00 pm – 8:50 pm
Canine Good Citizen Testing & Trick Dog Trials

See if your dog has what it takes to earn their Trick Dog Titles! We will be testing dog and handler teams for the AKC Trick Dog Titles. We can evaluate dogs at any and all levels, so if you know more than the minimum required tricks, you could earn multiple titles at one shot! We will also be evaluating dogs for the CGC at that time, by request.

ANY dog can participate and earn titles, as long as they have an AKC number (and ANY dog can apply for a number). If you need help figuring out if your dog has a number or not, let us know and we can help sort it out. We will be testing Leash Free Living dogs for free at this event, but there is an application fee that has to be mailed in to earn the certificate.

Next Session TBD