Contact/FAQ Reach Out to Us to Learn More About Our Dog Training Classes (201) 267-0555 email@example.com 77 Paterson Ave, Wallington, NJ 07057 9 A.M. - 9 P.M. 7 Days a Week Name* First Last Email* Message* FAQ Policies At this time we are not able to offer refunds or make ups for missed classes. COVID-19 Protocols and social distance guidelines must be adhered to. If a student does not, they will be asked to leave class immediately. No refund, make up or transfer of classes will be issued in these cases. Parking Rear parking lot is on Union Blvd For Grooming appointments: Please park in our front lot along Paterson Ave There are additional spots at the end of the monument on Paterson Ave/Union Blvd Potty area Please potty your dogs on the street or at the edges of the back parking lot, along Union Blvd. Be respectful of the neighbors and avoid letting your dog onto the grass of our neighbor’s house. Pick up and bag the waste. Try not to let them pee on anything that must be touched by a human – trash cans, car tires, traffic cones, etc. COVID-19 Wear a mask at all times when on premises or when taking your dog to potty There is an orange bucket on the ring gates with Bleach spray, Green Potty cleaning spray When you arrive for classes, please wash your hands Wash your hands or use sanitizer before and after your run or helping to set bars or other equipment. Minimize touching of things inside the building Keep a 6’+ distance between you and any other person at all times For classes: There will be stations, socially distant from one another for class members. Choose a station. Contain your things to your station What to bring to class Dog - bring a hungry dog. If class is close to feeding time, don’t feed or give half their meal. Collar (flat buckle, martingale, slip, limited slip) Harness (not recommended for agility classes) 6’ leash (with nothing hanging from it – please remove poop bag dispenser, etc.) Treats 4-5 different types of treats cut into small pieces that can be easily chewed and swallowed quickly High value like meat and cheese Soft, solid pieces treats are better than crunchy ones or those that crumble Toys If your dog likes toys as a reward, bring toys. Tug toys and toys that you can hold at the same time as the dog are best. Bait bag – a pouch that goes around your waist so that treats are easy to access during training Water and bowl/bottle. CSAC does not provide water /bowls for dogs at this time. Please bring what you need for yourself and the dog.