Live Oak Dog Obedience, LLC has been operating in Utah since 1996 and is an established local business. Live Oak offers year-round dog training classes and private instruction in Salt Lake City and surrounding areas, including indoor classes during the winter months. Classes are generally small so personalized attention and guidance can be achieved.
Jan Perkins grew up in Southern California and graduated from BYU with a bachelor’s degree in Animal Science. After working with a Veterinarian in Orem for 3 years, she moved back to Southern California and started Live Oak Dog Obedience in 1978. In 1995 Jan moved to Salt Lake City, Utah and started Live Oak Dog Obedience Utah. Jan has competed in obedience competitions and has trained all breeds and personalities of dogs. Jan not only trains for obedience, but teaches manners and good dog citizenship. She believes that a dog that has a job and purpose is a happy and fulfilled dog. Training some types of Service and Emotional support dogs as well as preparing dogs for Therapy work is another type of training that she is involved in. Jan is certified with the American Kennel Club as a CGC instructor and conducts tests throughout the year.
Kelsey has been training dogs, horses, and other various animals with Jan as long as she can remember. Kelsey and Jan started JK Farms, providing horseback riding lessons and horse training when Kelsey was 16 years old. In 2017, Kelsey joined Jan at Live Oak Dog Obedience specializing in agility training. She is an excellent trainer and is very gifted in with animals.
Classes / Schedule
If your dog is coughing or not feeling well, PLEASE do not bring your dog to class. If you have not updated your vaccine record with me, please send a copy or the dates of your dogs latest vaccine.
Scheduled Classes are taught inside and outside, depending on the weather and class sizes are limited. Once you pay your fee you are more than welcome to come as many times a week as you would like, excluding private classes, semi private classes and competition classes.
If you are coming to the puppy class please bring a leash, favorite toys, and a blanket or mat for your puppy to lay on. Also bring a copy of your puppy’s shot record. All puppies must have at least their first DHLPP shots before coming into class.
I welcome children to classes, but they should be old enough to sit in a chair quietly and learn along with you by watching.
Please give 24 hours notice of cancellation to remove you attendance from the roster.
These may be used for any of our classes. Speciality classes including scent, agility and, rally are 1/2 hr and are included.
May be used at any facility or class level
No refunds after 3 days