Ready for some impressive tricks?

This Advanced Trick Dog Course is structured after the AKC’s Advanced Trick test. This class will give you all the pro tips needed to train some awesome tricks! You’ll have the opportunity to earn your AKC Advanced Trick Dog title. Each week you’ll gain access to detailed demonstration videos which will guide you as you train each trick.  You’ll get plenty of encouragement and feedback from your instructor in the class’s private Facebook Group.

Additionally, each Monday beginning November 16th at 4:15pm-4:45pm Meagan will broadcast a Facebook Live event answering all of your questions and giving extra tips. You can watch that broadcast live, or at your convenience.

If you are able to complete videos of 10 of the required tricks by the end of class, you’ll earn your official AKC Trick Dog Advanced title! We’ll provide your official AKC verification form and a gorgeous ribbon!
  • Novice and Intermediate level tricks skills
  • Enrollment – six weeks of training content and access to the private Facebook group
  • Includes video submission for one dog
  • Class Fee – $168

PLEASE NOTE:  If you have already purchased an online program, sign in here to access it. You will have separate logins for our Online Learning platform and our In-Facility Programs. 

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Course Curriculum

Welcome

Get Ready to Train!

Back Up

Circle Right / Circle Left

Head Down

Go Hide

Dance

Walking Leg Weave 

Intro

Intro Pivot

Intro Play Dead

Walk on Hind Legs

Intro Flat Item Fetch

Continue Back Up

Continue Pivot

Treat on Nose

Pickpocket

Flat Item Retrieve

Continue Dance

Sit or Down at 15 Feet

Toys to Box

Touch Light

Revisit Say Your Prayers

Revisit Play Dead

Fetch Tissue

Retrieve Flat Item

Pay for It!

Revisit Leg Weaves

Final Leg Weaves

Final Pivot!

Your Instructor

  • Agility & Senior Pet Manners Trainer

    Meagan Johnson
    Meagan Johnson joined the WAGD staff in 2018. Meagan has worked with families and their dogs since 2012. She teaches Agility, Tricks and Pet Manners group classes and privates. Meagan dove deep into learning the science of force free training as she trained her first dog, Twig. Twig went on to become her first competitive agility dog in 2012. She […]