JANUARY 17, 18 & 19, 2020


9874 Winterview Drive, NAPLES, FL


January 17, 2020

Morning & Afternoon 3 hours

Focus on Foundation, Jump Grids 

Relationship Building Games

Understanding Operant Conditioning


January 18, 2020

 Focus on Handling Skills & Sequence Drills

Building Speed and Distance

 Understanding Motion/Verbal Cues 


January 19, 2020

Tackling Struggles in Sequences and Coursework

Understanding your Dogs Path

Understanding Handler Lines


What the STUDENTS Are Saying

Don’t just take it from me, let my students do the talking!

“Suzanne Wesley is not only a superb professional trainer, she is a caring and understanding individual.  Her ability to break down behaviors is so clever.  Not only does she relate well with the dogs she teaches she is also supportive to the individual needs of each handler.  It does not matter if you have years of experience or are just starting out with your first dog, Suzanne will customize your training plan to what you and your dog needs first and foremost. ”
Naomi Lane | Naples, Florida

Getting the opportunity to train with Suzanne has exceeded all of my expectations. She has an unbelievable amount of knowledge which allows her to fully break down old behaviors and build them again using a newer scientific based approach.  She is also able to explain the exact steps a handler will need to take in order to improve whatever particular exercise you are working on. This is extremely important because oftentimes we know a behavior needs to be changed, but we don’t necessarily know how to fix it. The content of her lessons and clinics along with the step-by-step instruction is invaluable to both new and experienced handlers. Suzanne is patient with questions, pushes you to move forward and she has a quick wit which keeps training light and fun. Last but not least, My puppy has constant wagging tail from the beginning to end of our sessions and that is a wonderful reflection of Suzanne’s training methods!
Karen Pritchard |


9874 Winterview Drive, NAPLES, FL

Frequently Asked Questions

How many people are typically in your classes

There are usually no more than 8 students in these classes.   And no more than 6 in our Puppy/Young Dog classes.  Therefore instruction is more personalized and students have the ability to have much more interaction and time training the skills that are presented in the clinics.

What Items do I need to Bring to the Clinic
Please bring the following items with you:

  1.  Crate (either a wire or cloth crate)
  2.  Raised Bed for controlled position while your teammate works
  3.  Writing Pad & Pen
  4.  Videoing device (highly recommend taking video)
  5.  Food Rewards – Three kinds (low, medium and high value)
  6.  Toy Rewards – Three kinds (low, medium and high value)
  7.  Water for your dog
  8.  Chair and shading for yourself and your dog.

Do You Have Questions?

If we didn’t answer all of your questions, feel free to drop us a line anytime.

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