Dogs Nite Out
Spay & Neuter Services
We offer affordable spay & neuter services at our clinic in Avon, Ohio and pickup pets with our van in Amherst, Elyria, Grafton, Norwalk, Oberlin, Sandusky, Vermilion and Wellington.
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We are open for office visits, surgery, grooming and dog training by appointment.
The Office, Front Desk and Pet Boutique are open:
Tuesday to Friday
9 AM until 5 PM
9 AM - 12:30 PM
Weekends 1:30 to 4 PM
Closed Some Holidays
Wednesday Morning Bingo, American Legion Post 83, 3615 Hayes Avenue, Sandusky Doors open at 8 AM. Have fun, win and help the cats and dogs.
Welcome to Dog World
The Dog Hugger
Laurie Long is an experienced dog trainer who enjoys making the training process rewarding for the owner while training the dog. She does not just want to tick off another box on the training chart. Her heart and warm enthusiasm for people and dogs guide her though the training process.
Many of her previous students view the training as a life changing experience and stay in contact with her.
Laurie lives in Elyria with 3 dogs Gracie, Rosie, Zeta & 5 cats JuJu, Pika, Smokie, Spookie & Tink
Dogs Night Out
Dogs night out is a time to take your dogs to learn to play nice with other dogs. If you dog already knows how to play nice with others, then just have fun with your dog and let your dog play and meet with other people.
Mondays from 5:30 until 8:00 PM
Come join us soon.
Basic Obedience Training
This is an individual class centered on you and your dog so we focus on your needs. We start by teaching basic skills such sit, stay, come, down, no-bite, off, heel, door manners, and leave it. We guide you to effectively use treats, positive reinforcement and timing to train your dog. We also introduce distractions so your dog will be able to handle the real world. This is a hands-on class to work with you and your dog. Our instructors are highly skilled trainers who can help you with any issues you are having with your dog.
Classes are $150. Call 440-954-1730 or email Laurie@4PetsClinic.com for more information or to make an appointment.
AKC Canine Good Citizen
The purpose of the canine good citizen
program is to ensure that our favorite companion, the dog, can
be a respected member of the community because it has been
trained to be well behaved in the home, in public places, and in
the presence of other dogs. The canine good citizen program
welcomes both purebred and mixed breed dogs. The canine good
citizen test is noncompetitive and dogs are not required to
perform with the same precision required in formal obedience.
Dogs that pass all 10 items of the canine good citizen test,
including purebred and mixed breeds, are listed in the canine
good citizen records at the American Kennel Club. Owners of dogs
that pass all 10 items of the canine good citizen test may order
an official canine good citizen certificate from the American
Training and testing is done by a certified AKC Canine Good Citizen Evaluator. Prospective students must have successfully completed the Basic Obedience here or at another school.
Call for more information or stop in for an AKC Canine Good Citizen pamphlet.
Classes are $60. Call 440-934-5353 or email Laurie@4PetsClinic.com for more information or to make an appointment.