From House Manners to Competition Obedience Dogs

Heel Dog Training Academy

Mary Maltbie PhD (518) 727 - 7851

Malta, NY

Dog Training Group Classes

Great Foundation for Puppies

Do you want your puppy to be a joy to be around and not just extra work for you? Have a puppy that is house trained, quiet when you need him to be, and well behaved. On top of that start a good foundation in the obedience commands that will make taking him out in public a lot of fun instead of a trial.

Our puppy class will help you get a well mannered puppy.


Class is 6 lessons and will cover the obedience commands: sit, down, coming to you when called, walking politely on a leash, and a bed (or place) command. The class will also go over behavioral issues you might be having like house training, biting, barking,etc. 

Random at 7weeks and getting ready to go home with me.

Manners for the Family Dog

Simon, a Dandie Dinmont Terrier.

Imagine being able to walk your dog without having him pull you all around. Or being able to call your dog to you at any time. How about a dog that will greet people nicely instead of jumping all over them. If these are just a few of the qualities you would like in your dog then we will be able to help you.

This class is 6 lessons and will cover obedience commands: sit, down, stays, calling the dog to you, walking politely on a leash, and bed (or place). The class will also help you with any behavioral problems you might be having with your dog like barking or jumping. 

Advanced Obedience Classes

Training the dogs outside to get ready for upcoming shows.

Please contact me for more information on the different types of advanced obedience classes (Canine Good Citizen, Rally, Competition Obedience) we have going on at Heel Dog Training Academy.

Private Lessons are available please contact Mary Maltbie at [email protected]

Discounts for active military and first responders. Also discounts for multiple dogs in the same household.


Gift certificate for classes and privates also available.



Pet Lodge locations require that all dogs need proof of rabies, distemper, and bordetella.