Make-ups must be done during the current session of classes. Make-ups may not be carried forward into future sessions or pro-rated and applied to future classes; however, make-ups may be done prior to the class(es) that will be missed.
Check events.familydogevents.com for make-up options and then contact the office to let them know which class you’ll attend. This helps the instructor prepare a proper lesson plan.
- All refunds are subject to a $30.00 processing fee and will be given only when a written request is received by email or fax within 24 hours of the first class meeting.
- If the student attends the first class, and then requests a refund within 24 hours of the first class meeting, the pro-rated amount for the first class will also be deducted from the amount refunded.
- No refunds will be given when requests are received more than 24 hours after the first class meeting.
- Credit toward a future class (to be used within 90 days) may be granted when medical or veterinary emergencies force withdrawal from classes. (Doctor’s note may be required.)
- Payment for classes cancelled by FDTC will be refunded in full.
Private lessons must be cancelled at least 24 hours in advance or you will be charged for the full cost of the lesson.
There will be no refunds issued for any reason; however, participants who are unable to attend may send someone to take his or her place.
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