Single Topic Workshops

 

 

 

Are you interested in learning about specific dog training topics?
Do you want to learn the background, the mechanics and the applications of specific techniques?

This is your chance to learn all about the subject, then take it home and show your best friend what you learned!

Each classroom style workshop is 50 minutes on a single topic. Each workshop is $20 per person, or attend all 4 sessions for only $55!

There is a: 
Lecture portion, a discussion portion and a demonstration/practice portion

These classroom-style workshops are without dogs, in order to facilitate faster learning of the materials presented.

*Service Dogs are always welcome. **Special exceptions can be made for dogs that are working towards their CGN certificate, or Therapy Dogs in training, where staying calm in a classroom situation would be beneficial for their training.

Please do not bring your dog unless expressly invited by the trainer. These workshops are presented in English.

Workshops:

Click or Not to Click?

Saturday February 1 from 4:00pm-4:50pm

Learn more about what clicker training is, why it is useful, when to use it, and how to do it. You will also learn when not to click.

Walk This Way

Saturday February 15 from 4:00pm-4:50pm

Does your dog pull too hard when he walks, making it unpleasant? Make walks more enjoyable for you and your dog!

Targeting

Saturday February 29 from 4:00pm-4:50pm

Targeting and object cues have so many uses! From obedience to tricks, you’ll be amazed at all the things you can use it for!

Vetiquette

Saturday March 14 from
4:00pm-4:50pm

Use what you learned in with clicker training and targeting to make vet visits more enjoyable for you, your pet AND your vet!

Attend all 4 workshops and save $25!

Saturday February 1, 15, 29 and March 14 from 4:00pm-4:50pm

Attend all 4 workshops:
-To Click or Not to Click
-Walk This Way
-Targeting and
-Vetiquette
All for one great price! Each workshop builds on skills from the previous seminar. Suitable for owners at the beginner to intermediate level.

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