|Join the Wait List|
|Welcome to the land of the waiting! Don't give up hope. You may not have to "stay" here (on the Wait List). We are often able to offer several people from our wait lists their preferred classes. So, please feel free to join our wait list because it's free and you might get into the class you prefer!|
|There is one more benefit to joining our wait list: We will automatically notify you when the next session of classes is going to be posted so you will have FIRST CHOICE from the new classes before anyone else (along with all the other people on the wait list, of course)! So even if you do not get into the class of your choice now, you are sure to have the best choice in the future!|
|People using FireFox, Google Chrome or a Macintosh computer have reported this Wait List page does not work. If you are experiencing difficulty with this web page and you are using FireFox or are using a Macintosh computer, please switch temporarily to Internet Explorer on a Windows machine to complete this task. Otherwise, you can simply email us the information requested on the Wait List page and we will put you on our wait list manually. Thank you.|
|Please note: we do not sign people up automatically for any classes -- whether they are on the wait list or not. There are too many variables in people's lives, we simply cannot assume you still want the class, you still have your dog, or you still live in this state. The wait list gives you the advantage of much higher odds of getting into the class you want but it is still your responsibility to sign up for the class yourself.|
|Please provide us with your contact information below and we'll add you to the wait list for the class(es) you select.|
|To contact us:
Mail: PO Box 2569, Woodinville, WA 98072-2569
|"we long for an affection altogether ignorant of our faults.|
heaven has accorded this to us in the uncritical canine attachment."
- george eliot
|"if you talk to a man in language he understands it goes to his head,|
if you talk to him in his language it goes to his heart."
- nelson mandela
|"if you want to build a ship,|
don't drum up people to collect wood and don't assign them tasks and work,
but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea."
- Antoine de Saint-Exupery
|"we are what we repeatedly do. excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit."|
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