Welcome to our website!

If you are visiting our site for the first time, here are some tips for finding the information you need.  The banner across the top of this page helps you learn more about our specific programs.  The listing to the left allows you to create an account and navigate directly to specific classes. (If you already have an account use the button up top to LOG IN.)    At the very bottom of this home page you’ll find administrative information, including About Us, Contact Us, Driving Directions, Fee Schedule and lots more.  Welcome!

Jerry and Lois 2022 Photoshoot

We are proud to be hosting Jerry and Lois Photography for another year! To view information about the upcoming photoshoot, visit our page here

COVID Update March 10, 2022

Beginning March 12, 2022, face masks are no longer required in many indoor settings, including K-12 schools, restaurants, gyms, grocery stores and retail locations. Masks will still be required in some settings, including (but not limited to) medical facilities, long-term care facilities, and public transit. Private businesses and local governments may still require masks if they choose. Starting March 12, 2022 wearing a mask will be optional here, however we will continue to socially distance. Many individuals may want to continue wearing masks due to being immunocompromised or for added protection from COVID-19. Our training center will continue to follow all rules and guidelines established by the CDC, Washington State Department of Health and Washington State Governors office. We understand there are different beliefs, opinions, reasons, and comfort levels around masking, yet it is important to be patient and respect the personal choices of others.
We appreciate your ongoing cooperation and understanding.

         — The Staff of Family Dog Training Center


Statement from Gov. Jay Inslee, Washington:
“We’ve continued to monitor data from our state Department of Health, and have determined we are able to adjust the timing of our statewide mask requirement. While this represents another step forward for Washingtonians, we must still be mindful that many within our communities remain vulnerable. Many businesses and families will continue choosing to wear masks, because we’ve learned how effective they are at keeping one another safe. As we transition to this next phase, we will continue to move forward together carefully and cautiously.”
Governors Newsom, Brown and Inslee Announce Updated Health Guidance | Governor Jay Inslee (wa.gov)

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In the event of bad weather, unsafe driving conditions, etc., any class cancellations will be posted on our Facebook page, which can be viewed using the link above (even if you are not on Facebook).