Workshops and Dog Training
Dog training and workshops have returned to Seattle Humane! Please see below for available workshops and training classes. 

Pet CPR and First Aid
Would you like to know what to do for your pet in an emergency? Attend a 3.5-hour pet CPR and first aid workshop to learn medical response and disaster preparedness for pets. Students will receive a completion certificate. 

Cost: $75

Dates (choose one): Sept. 15, Dec. 1 

Time: 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 

Location: Seattle Humane

REGISTER NOW: Click here! 


Dog Training
From puppy play to dog manners, we have an on-campus class for you! Our trainers use positive training techniques to help build the bond between you and your dog. Click on the links below to learn more and register. 

Click here to review the dog training policy. 

Puppy Head Start (8-16 weeks old)
House training, crate training, puppy nipping, chewing, home alone training, and polite manners are covered. Focuses on the priorities of puppyhood: socialization, bite inhibition, and the prevention of common behavior problems. Puppies are positively introduced to a variety of new stimuli, learn to enjoy being handled by new people, and play off-leash in compatible puppy play groups. Do not bring puppies to the first class.

Click here to register for Puppy Head Start!

Puppy Manners (17 weeks - 7 months old)
Puppy Manners S.T.A.R. offers basic training and ongoing socialization for puppies, either as a continuation of Puppy Head Start or as puppy’s first class. S.T.A.R. stands for Socialization, Training, Activity and a responsible owner, all of the things a puppy needs to be a wonderful lifelong companion. The S.T.A.R. program is the puppy equivalent to the AKC’s well-known Canine Good Citizen program. Topics include polite greetings, basic skills, and problem-solving as well as off-leash play in compatible puppy play groups. Do not bring puppies to the first class. 

Click here to register for Puppy Manners!

Dog Manners 1
Dog Manners focuses on building the dog/handler relationship through basic training, leadership, and awareness of how dogs communicate. Topics covered include polite greetings, basic skills,  and techniques for preventing unwanted behavior. Do not bring your dog to the first class.

Click here to register for Dog Manners 1

Dog Manners 2
Take it to the next level with speedier responses, fewer food rewards, and “free shaping” with the clicker. Skills worked on include recall (coming away from distractions), precision leash walking and focusing on handling around other dogs. Canine Good Citizen items are also introduced. Emphasis is on reliable responses and more distance, distraction, and duration.

Click here to register for Dog Manners 2

Shy Dog Manners
Shy Dog Manners covers the same topics as Dog Manners yet is designed for dogs who are fearful of new people, dogs, and/or environments. Do not bring your dog to the first class.

Click here to register for Shy Dog Manners


Well Hello There!

Chunk and his new brother Kernel are getting along greatly now. They love to play! Chunk is a love bug and wants cuddles all the time, which I just adore. 

Chunk & Kernel's New Family