Train with Denise

Learn directly from Denise through her popular online classes, self-study options, and webinars, all available through Fenzi Dog Sports Academy (FDSA).

Denise no longer offers seminars, however she does still present a few times a year, primarily at Fenzi Dog Sports Training Camp, also through FDSA.

Check out her upcoming FDSA training camp, webinars, and online classes below!

How Does it Work?

Online Classes

Denise’s guided online classes are offered through FDSA.  Each class is six weeks long and is comprised of written lecture, numerous videos, and active forums where you can watch your classmates progress with detailed instruction and feedback from Denise.  Note the registration dates!  Bronze level is $65

Webinars

Webinars are a fantastic introduction to the world of online learning!  You will learn about a specific topic of you choice for approximately one to two hours, with plenty of time at the end for your questions.  A recording will be made available to you after the fact, so live attendance is NOT required. $19.95 each.

FDSA Training Camp

Held once a year and rotated through a variety of locations, Denise presents several sessions during camp where she provides hands on feedback to the participants.  A three day auditing spot is $235 per person.

Upcoming Classes, Events, and Webinars

August 2019

WEBINAR: Reactivity and Over-arousal: Advanced Applications of Denise Fenzi’s Circle Method

This webinar is intended to provide advice, interventions, and skills for individuals working with reactive or overexcited dogs. “The circle method of Loose Leash Walking” will be used to help the behavior and emotional state of reactive and over-aroused dogs by allowing them to adjust to their environment, reconnect with their handlers, and become more emotionally comfortable in the presence of specific triggers. The method can be used regardless of food interest and does not require elaborate set-ups. ...
29 Aug
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
September 2019

WORKSHOP: Heeling Games for natural attention, animation and reduction of reinforcers!

Heeling can be an amazing dance between engaged partners; the handler leads the dance and the dog responds with precision, attention and animation. But sometimes the dance is lost - the joy takes a backseat to precision and, eventually, the entire picture falls apart. Over time the dog may view working with the handler as a task that must be performed rather than a privilege to look forward to. ...
15 Sep - 25 Sep

New Hampshire FDSA Mini Camp hosted by Julie Daniels

Julie Daniels is hosting an amazing weekend in NH on Sept 27-29. There will be 4 Fenzi instructors (Deb Jones, Denise Fenzi, Julie Daniels and Julie Flanery) teaching a TEAM building workshop (Training Excellence Assessment Modules) on Saturday. As an added bonus, there will be several other Fenzi instructors giving mini workshops all weekend, including Deb Jones, Melissa Breau, Jessica Hekman, Sue Yanoff, Nancy Tucker, Karen Kay, Andrea Varep Harrison. ...
27 Sep - 29 Sep
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“No matter how you learn from Denise, you and your dog will be treated with kindness and respect.”

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