Other Training Groups Hosted at Cascade Kennels
Below is a list of other training groups at Cascade Kennels. If you are interested, please click the “Learn More” links to contact these organizations directly.
Every dog and every training situation is unique. Whether you are just starting out with a new companion, or you want to teach an old dog new tricks, Dogs in Progress can take you where you want to go.
There is no “one size fits all” approach. Dog training is for a lifetime and Dogs in Progress is committed to designing a program specifically for you, your family, and your dog.
Our list of services include group classes and Stay and Train programs. Dogs in Progress is located in Woodinville, WA.
At Leslie K9 Enterprises LLC, we offer classes at two facilities. Our classes are primarily puppy classes and conformation handling classes for competing in dog shows. We do offer a Junior Handler class for the future stars of our sport. We offer both weekly drop in and 6 week courses.
The Seattle FlyDogs is a local community club open to membership application by individuals, created with the intent to enrich the lives of dogs and their handlers by offering participation and training in canine athletic sports. Its purpose is for creating public awareness of dog sports, providing weekly drop-in training for all breeds and speeds, and for building camaraderie among its members and students with organized participation in skillful, athletic canine activities.
FunQuest Dog Sports
K9 Nose Work®, Dog Agility
Weekly training classes and introductory workshops
at locations in Bellevue/Woodinville/So Snohomish, WA.
The Puget Sound Chapter consists of enthusiastic volunteers, puppy raisers and graduate teams from Northwest Washington. Our mission is to support Canine Companions through fundraising and community awareness.
If you’re looking for deeper engagement as a Canine Companions volunteer, we encourage you to get involved with our chapter. The Puget Sound Volunteer Chapter is an extension of the Northwest Regional Training Center. We work to raise awareness, recruit new puppy raisers and volunteers and support one another’s work on behalf of the Canine Companions’ mission.
We are a lively network filled with opportunities for social engagement, from puppy classes to fundraisers. Beyond the satisfaction of doing good work for Canine Companions, lifelong friendships are often formed among chapter members. If you are interested in working with our chapter, contact us. We’d love to meet you!