Dog Class for Adult Dogs

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Julia’s All Dogs class is open to adult dogs of any age or size. In this 4-session course, Julia Levitt—Ann Arbor Animal Hospital’s partner for dog training—takes on teaching your dog proper behavior to have in the home.

Classes are limited to four dogs to foster a “semi-private lesson” atmosphere.

even small dogs can counter surf | Ann Arbor Animal Hospital

  Does your dog display any of the following bad habits?

Counter surfing
Aggression toward visitors
Does your four-legged friend put off your two-legged friends?


First Session: Introduction and “Taking your dog for a walk: not all walks are created equal!”

Second Session: Teaching your dog boundaries, how to curb your dog’s enthusiasm for jumping on guests, and how to deal with “counter surfing.”

Third Session: Review/recap of first two sessions; specific/general questions; dealing with problems. Learn how to properly introduce your dog when you’re on a walk.

Fourth Session: Meet at a mystery location with a fun surprise!

What to bring:

  • Proof of immunization is required. Bring a leash (no retractable leashes) and smooth or rolled buckle collar
  • Treats for the dog (please do not feed the dog for 2 hours before class)

To register, e-mail Julia at