Training Philosophy

 Pack mentality 

No fear, pain or intimidation 

Postive reinforcement

Train the humans; dogs naturally follow

Current Sessions

All group classes are 8 weeks - $200

Bring a friend and you EACH get $25 off!

  • Puppy Psych 101-   For dogs 6 months and younger, dog psychology mixed with basic obedience. We also include puppy play time, so you can learn how your puppy should play. Covering sit, down, stay, come, and leash walking. Potty training and breaking all those naughty puppy behaviors.
  • Beginner 101-   Training for dogs 6 months and older. Basic obedeince: sit-stay, down-stay, come, leash walking with distractions, and building time to each of those exercises. Housebreaking, rescue dogs, fears, self confidence, and gaining the control and respect you and your dog deserve.
  • Intermediate- Must have completed beginner class.  Higher level training and a stepping stone to having your dog off-leash. Keeping your dog focused with distractions, figure 8 work, preparing him/her for advanced off leash.


Wednesday:  May 23rd - 8 weeks    

       Puppy             6:30pm  - 7:30pm    

Beginner        7:40pm - 8:40pm


Monday:   June 18th - 8 weeks


Puppy             6:30pm - 7:30pm

Beginner         7:40pm - 8:40pm


Saturday:   June 23rd - 8 weeks


                             Intermediate   9:30am - 10:30am                          

    Puppy             10:30am - 11:30am

    Beginner         11:40am - 12:40pm



Please call to reserve a spot for you and your pup - space is limited!


Our certified trainers offer private lessons on site and in your home. View our day camp and boot camp options for training options during daycare or boarding.

Make an Appointment Today!

Please call (847) 367-9000 or use our contact form.

Our Hours

Mon-Fri 6:30 A.M.- 6:30 P.M.

Saturday  9 A.M.- 5 P.M.

Sunday 9 A.M. - 2 P.M.

Closed everyday from

12 - 1 P.M. for naptime

Training Tip









Bark U Training Tip #25:


Learn dog body language. This is incredibly important in being able to tell that your dog is not comfortable with the situation he or she is in. You don't want the negative implications that come with your dog feeling uncomfortable meeting a new dog or person. Forcing the issue can lead to a negative reaction in the moment and longer term issues down the line.


Learn more about training at Bark U here and click here to view our current training schedule

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