Take your training to the next level!

This second six weeks of Manners training will make a big difference in your dog.  He’ll learn to be calmer in exciting situations – like when you have guests in your home, go for walks or take him out in public. 

This class teaches new skills AND adds challenges to the Manners 1 skills to make them even more reliable.  We know that a well-behaved dog gets to be an even bigger part of his family’s life. We’d like to help that come true for your family. 

Just some of what you’ll learn in Manners 2:

  • Polite greetings with people
  • Recall off distractions (so important!)
  • Focused walking (the traditional “heel position”)
  • Developing more focus on YOU, even with strange dogs and people nearby
  • Adding non-food rewarding to your repertoire

We recommend you keep the momentum going by taking Manners 2 immediately after completing Manners 1.  

Your class’s pro trainer will answer your questions and give feedback on your submitted videos.

At the time of purchase, you’ll gain access to the entire class.  The class is organized into 6 weekly sections. But you’ll be free to work through the class exercises at your own pace, whenever is convenient for you. Your instructor facilitates a Private Facebook group where you’ll be able to interact with her and ask questions.   You’ll also be able to post videos of your training to receive plenty of personalized, expert coaching. 

Class Fee:  $99 for six weeks of online training classes. Includes participation in the class’s private Facebook Group for questions and coaching. 

Access:  You get six months of access to your online class materials. 

PLEASE NOTE:  You will have separate logins for our Online Learning platform and our In-Facility Programs.

Your Instructor

Senior Trainer

Rhea Northcut CPDT-KA, ABCDT

Rhea is a senior trainer with What a Great Dog! She’s been teaching with us since 2016. Rhea teaches Nose Work and Pet Manners. As a Senior Trainer, she takes on challenging behavior modification cases, including leash reactivity and resource guarding. She is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer, and also has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Texas Tech University. She enjoys teaching owners how to better communicate with their canine companions. She has a special place in her heart for rescues and shelter dogs, having spent a large portion of her free time volunteering at animal shelters.