PAYMENTCash or Checks (sorry, no credit cards)
It depends on three things ~ The number of dogs you handle
~ How many classes you take
~ Your type of membership.
~ A handler (regardless of type of membership) registering one dog for multiple classes will pay a significantly reduced amount for the second class.
~ A handler (regardless of type of membership) registering two dogs for two classes will also pay a reduced amount for the second class.
~ We also offer a reduction in the cost of classes if you are a HAHA Member or Student Member.
~ The savings on the cost of taking a class is only applicable if the handler remains the same.
1st Class $50 ~ Additional Class $20 ~ Additional Dog $20
1st Class $85 ~ Additional Class $30 ~ Additional Dog $30
1st Class $40 ~ Additional Class $15 ~ Additional Dog $15
Members are people who have committed to work and help run the club. In return they are rewarded with a lower cost in our classes, workshops, etc.
Those are the people taking classes with us right now. We call them Associate Members.
Similar to being an Associate Member, the difference is you are a kid and still in school. Student Members pay less for classes!
Need an example? Maybe this will help...
Here are some examples on the cost of training with the club: Maile is taking her first class with HAHA. Maile is considered an Associate Member of the club. She decides she wants to sign up her two dogs, Zoe and Tanner, for classes. The total cost would be $115 for Zoe and Tanner to each take a class (1st dog, Zoe pay $85 and 2nd dog, Tanner pays $30). Her husband, John, is also an Associate Member and signs up their other dog Ewan for two classes. He pays $115 for Ewan to take two classes. Their good friend, Lola, has been taking classes with HAHA and has recently been invited to become a Member. Now that Lola is a Member she will pay $70 for her dog Holly to take two classes (1st class $50, 2nd class $20).