Rav'n Dog Training, established in 1990, has been training families and their dogs in the San Francisco Bay Area for competition, pet obedience, rally, nose work and behavior. Pat Rohde, owner and director of Rav'n Dog Training, has been training dogs since 1972. Pat has a wealth of experience in teaching all levels of obedience and has received a title of Certified Professional Dog Trainer.

New

Ravín Dog Training

At Paws 2 Love Training & Event Center

Indoor and Outdoor Classes'

Ravín Dog Training is delighted to offer dog owners and their canine companions a variety of classes to strengthen the bond between owner and dog. Beginning in April head instructor, Pat Rohde, and her team of qualified instructors will be teaching competitive and recreational levels in:

  • Indoor Puppy Manners and Socialization
  • Competitive Novice (CD), Open (CDX), and Utility (UD, UDX) Obedience
  • Competitive Rally (RN,RA,RE, and beyond)
  • Competitive AKC Scentwork /Nosework (container, exterior, interior, handler)
  • Recreational agility (equipment size suitable for dogs of all sizes)

Class times, start dates, general Information about these classes and printable registration form will be posted to ravndogtraining.com soon.

Location: Paws 2 Love Training and Event Center at Peninsula Feed,

346 El Camino Real, Redwood City, CA 94062

For more information about enrolling in the Ravín Dog Training Classes at Paws 2 Love @ Peninsula Feed, please contact Pat Rohde at (650)364-3706.

Saturday morning and Monday evening classes at Redwood City's Veterans' Memorial Senior Center. See the Registration Forms below for schedules.

Print a registration form for 2019 Beginning/Puppy classes here: Beginning/Puppy Registration Form

Print a registration form for all other 2019 classes here: Intermediate, Advanced, Nosework and Rally Registration Form

Discover the exciting sport of Nosework and AKC Scent Work

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