Group Dog Training Class Schedule
Please Note: Group Classes are for Dog Training Elite Clients Only
Dog Training Elite offers small dog training classes after obedience training is completed and only once a puppy is fully immunized. Dog obedience classes in St. Louis are held on a consistent basis and are included in every package. Our dog obedience training classes are designed to place yourself and your dog in public places (surrounded by other dogs, people, smells, and sounds), so that you can train your dog to obey you... regardless of the many distractions screaming for their attention!
Cricket Field (in Forest Park)
Cricket Drive, Forest Park, St. Louis, MO 63112
Group Training Class
Select Saturdays @ 10am-11am (See Signup Link for details)
Note: There is free parking directly in front of the field.
Why Are Group Dog Training Classes Important?
- Provide Socialization
- Training Practice in Distracting Situations
- Fun and Friendly Community Building
- Small and Highly Personable
- For all Breeds and Sizes
- Included in Every Package
- Basic Obedience Training Required
- Only for Fully Immunized Dogs
Classes are a mix of all dog breeds and sizes, and our classes provide necessary socialization skills and practice around high levels of distraction. We like to make our group classes exciting for both dogs and handlers, we have created fun training games and an environment that feels less like a class and more like a social outing. We are building a community and our dog training groups tend to feel like a family and less like a dog training group. Friends are made, bonds are formed, and both dogs and dog owners look forward to their once a week group training sessions.
Proud Sponsor of The Malinois Foundaiton
At Dog Training Elite St. Louis, we believe that Service Dogs save lives. It is our mission to make these life-saving companions available to our Veterans, First Responders, Women Survivors, and Children with Medical Needs. Whether it be for PTSD, Mobility Support, or Special Needs, Dog Training Elite St. Louis work's with the Malinois Foundation to heal and empower these individuals with a specialized service animal, a partner in life, and a new best friend.