Proof of up-to-date Rabies vaccine is also required.
Ready to take it to the next level? In Level 2, dogs work in closer proximity and take group walks together each class, weather permitting.
THURSDAYS 7:00-8:00 PM
SUNDAYS 11:30-12:30 PM
Level 2 is drop-in format – purchase a 5-pack and come to any 5 over the course of the year.
Skills include: parallel walking, passing by other dogs in close proximity, greeting or play if appropriate.
Dogs must be comfortable wearing a basket muzzle around other dogs for close up work.
Prerequisite: Sidewalk Psychos Level 1 or instructor permission.
One hour classes for $50 or five one hour classes for $250.
“I’m beyond happy to report that since our first Sidewalk Psychos class, our dog has vastly improved. We’re currently passing 8 out of 10 dogs on the same sidewalk with no issues. The other 2 out of 10 we choose not to pass by assessing the situation with the knowledge we gained from School For The Dogs. School For The Dogs has not only made our dog happier and less fearful, they’ve also given us peace of mind.” – Randi G.
”We did two rounds of Sidewalk Psychos Level 2 with Kate and you could really see the improvement! In round one it was really laying down the foundations and making sure we could slowly get him comfortable being around so many dogs. By the time we did this class again Totto was an absolute champ. He was so well behaved Kate would occasionally use him as the helper dog to show everyone what we needed to do. Other than Totto’s anxiety level dropping significantly in the classes, the best thing we learned was how to read his signals. Kate was able to explain and show us when he was stressed and anxious. That way we all knew how far to push him in class and when to give him a break.” – Chianna W.
”We first took Sidewalk Pyschos Level 1, which was super helpful in acclimating Fio to hearing/smelling/seeing other dogs without going nuts. The change from Day 1 to the end of the course was really amazing. We’ve also taken private one-on-one sessions with Kate to work on his leash behavior and have seen great improvements.” – Amanda S.