omg... be careful what you wish for! So, as many people of you know I discussed the aggressive Doberman in my last class. So the trainer offered me the evening class. She explained there were 8 dogs in the class. I went last night. There were 14!!!! Not only that... there were two aggressive dogs in that class! A pit bull and a young German Shepherd! The lunging, barking, and snarling are just unbelievable. The shepherd was so bad that one of the trainers keep trying to work with him on a 1:1 basis! Still could not get him under control and had to take him outside several times to remove him from the other dogs. The pit bull was so focused on Liam that it really concerned me. The man could not get that dog under control and he could not even get the dog to sit! This is the third class! Liam seem to be concerned about him. Any time we did heeling he kept glancing back to see if that dog was close behind him. The trainer in the class explained that we can only give your dogs guidance in the class and teach new things ... but, you need to do the homework. Clearly these two are struggling or are not doing any at home training! On a heartwarming note, there was a lady there with a young blind and deaf tiny female sheltie. She used touch command training! I was so impressed! She explained that this was the second blind and deaf dog she has trained! I am going to transfer back to the CGC class. I would rather have one aggressive dog in the class rather than two! What a roller coaster ride. I just don’t understand why they allow dogs that are not socialized in obedience classes when they clearly need more 1:1 training first. I know that trainer is going to think I am nuts! The trainers last night was not even told I was coming!