We have re-opened though with limited class availability! New policies and procedures have been put in place in order to provide you with optimum safety and follow all CDC and state-issued guidelines. While we hope that many of these policies are temporary, we ask that you are patient and understanding as we navigate this new normal. The safety of our staff, clients, and families is our number one priority and every decision we make is based with that in mind.
We are excited to have you back at the Training Center, thank you for your patience during this time.
What is DTCCC doing in response?
The center has been and will continue to be cleaned daily following CDC guidelines. Additionally, we have implemented between classes cleaning protocols to ensure optimum cleanliness.
In order to comply with our Governor’s and CDC guidelines of maintaining social distancing, we will be restricting building occupancy to no more than 25 people. Class sizes are being limited to allow for a minimum of six feet social distancing.
Signage is posted throughout the building of our required safety measures.
We have installed UV air filtration systems.
We are limiting the number of handlers to one per dog, with a maximum of two per dog provided both handlers live in the same household.
All handlers, instructors and assistants must wear a face mask while on the grounds of the Training Center, including for the duration of the class.
We regret we are unable to accommodate observers at this time.
Arriving For Class
Plan to arrive 10-15 minutes before scheduled class time. Students may enter the lobby thru the open doors, or doors may be propped open; sanitize their hands, and directly enter your training room. There is no waiting in the lobby.
Maintain a 6’ minimum distance between yourself and your dog from any others while inside or on the grounds of the Dog Training Center. This includes yourself, your dog, and any other dogs/handlers.
Each person must sanitize their hands with sanitizer available in the lobby each time you enter or re-enter the building.
What to do if I become ill after attending DTCCC?
Read our full Covid Reporting Protocol on who should report symptoms to DTCCC.
You may report to your instructor, firstname.lastname@example.org, or via the form below.
Safety Protocol & COVID Waiver
To access additional copies of the COVID related waivers please click below.
All waivers must be signed by each person attending class, whether or not you are the main handler.