RE: [frenchbulldog-22] classes for French and English Bulldogs ONLY

From: Jen
Sent on: Monday, April 27, 2009 8:11 PM

Hi Mary,

 

Where is the bad bulldog behavior 1 taking place at?


Thanks!
Jen and Benny

 

From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of mary
Sent: Monday, April 27,[masked]:53 PM
To: [address removed]
Subject: [frenchbulldog-22] classes for French and English Bulldogs ONLY

 

Last Chance for Bully-Only Training.
Classes Start in less than a week!
Only a Few Coveted Spots Available. These classes are a LOT less expensive than most classes offered other places and are kept to a small size. More info on the website listed at the bottom of this email as well!

Announcing 6 classes addressing problem bulldog behaviors. Classes designed for English Bulldogs and French Bulldogs only. Mary Scheffke, CEBR and CFBR favorite and bulldog expert, will be leading the charge! Classes include:
Bully Wrinkles Puppy Class. *NEW* (Open to any bully puppy under 1 year)
Wednesday's from 7:00 pm-8:00 pm. First class is May 6th at DoGoneFun!
Long day at work and a puppy full of energy? Join our "pre school" where you and your pup will have tons of fun covering socialization and an intro to basic obedience. Set up youngster for a lifetime of great manners!

Bully Agility. *NEW*
Wednesday's from 8:15 pm-9:15 pm. First class is May 6th at DoGoneFun!
In our cool room your little (or big) bundle will leap the bar, hop the hoop and run a cone course like nobody's business! If your bully has basic obedience skills and lots of energy to burn, this is a great chance for some fun and exercise!

Solving Bad Bulldog Behavior II. Step-Up Class. *NEW* (Open to prior class participants only)
Saturday's from 2:00 pm-3:00 pm. First class is May 9th at DoGoneFun!
If you've completed any prior training session through CEBR or with Mary, this class will take the work up a notch and hone techniques such as "come" and "stay" while introducing new focus techniques!

Solving Bad Bulldog Behavior I. (Our most popular introductory class)
Saturday's from 3:15 pm-4:15 pm. First class is May 9th at DoGoneFun!
Does Wrigley jump on people? Hop on furniture while you aren't at home? How about pulling on leash, nipping on toes, running from vacuums, or digging in those heels when you yell "come" across the house? Curb all these behaviors and more.

Dog Aggression Issues. (It's back and fantastic!)
Sunday's from 11:00 am-12:00 pm. First class is May 3rd at Central Bark
Is Porkchop not fond of other dogs? Does he lunge and snap? Pace and pant and rant and rave? If so, this class is for you. A small class size teaches proper socialization techniques and helps you remain calm, cool and collected.

Rescue Bully Basics. (Open to any rescue bully from any group or shelter)
Sunday's from 12:15 pm-1:15 pm. First class is May 3rd at Central Bark
This class helps you learn the ropes. From basic obedience, to some of the bad bulldog behaviors listed above, this class is customized to suit the issues each rescue dog faces. Start your bully off on the right paw!

Class proceeds directly benefit the rescue bullies of CEBR! Download the complete class info roster or visit our registration site.
Training is Fun! Bullies and People Love It!
After-Class Naps Guaranteed!
More fun and quality exercise than your bully can shake a stick at! See these responses from past class graduates!
"The "touch" command helped with a lot of different situations. Also, using the command "What is it?" helps to breaks the concentration when she's focused on something and barking." The trainer was great at explaining the dog's behavior as well as how to handle it. Everyone was friendly and helpful."
"We thought Mary's class definitely addressed the specific nature of the Bulldog's behavior. We took away a lot of good information that we were able to apply to other issues that we didn't address in class. The size of the class was good as well."
"Liked that it was an all Bulldog class - that is special. All of the instructors were great!" (Note: CEBR provides an additional 2 trainers for each class so that the focus can be very individualized!)
"These classes have led to positive behavior changes in our Duke. The tips to distract and redirect his attention seem to be working well. I like the idea of positive, reward-based training. It was very productive to have a knowlegable trainer work with this small group of dogs."
"The one-on-one time with the trainer helped target specific behaviors."
"I just wanted to give you an update. My baby Fergie is SOO much better with people. She is actually starting to show her cute personaility (that only I get to see) instead of just freezing like a statue. I have noticed a big difference. In fact, just recently when we were at the vets, the vet thought she was so cute that she had to take her out to the lobby and show the staff her "high five". Fergie would have never done that with a group before. Thank you so much."

Register Now. ebullymatch.com




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