Online Classes for Youth
Keep youth engaged with fun, interactive classes hosted by spcaLA Humane Educators. Have a budding dog trainer at home? Check out Woof & Wifi, where youth (ages 12+) work with spcaLA Humane Educators to train their OWN pet dogs! Have younger kids, or no dog at home? Check out our Virtual Pet Care Patch Workshops and Friends for Life @ Home sessions.
WOOF AND WIFI: Dog training for youth & their pet dogs
Taught by humane educator and dog trainer Paula Ferrel, CPDT-KA, youth participants (ages 12+) will learn the basics of positive reinforcement dog training while engaging their own pet dogs in games, training exercises, and at-home challenges that cover a fun mix of obedience, tricks, and agility. The course is an opportunity for participants and their pet dogs to enjoy quality time at home together, strengthen their relationship, and learn new skills that everyone in the family can appreciate.
Each group class is limited to a maximum of six dogs and runs for 45 minutes twice a week for three weeks. Registration includes up to 30 minutes of additional one-on-one support from the instructor every week, as well as access to independent learning materials, a video resource library, and a sharing platform to further support participants’ progress. This program is designed as an educational experience for youth and their dogs; it is not meant to address any serious behavior modification you may need for your dog.
Youth Ages: 12+
Sessions: 2, 45-minute group sessions weekly, for 3 weeks
To be notified of additional Level One sessions, email us at HumaneEducation@spcaLA.com to let us know you are interested!