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Free Brazilian Dog Training Boot Camp. Walk and Train, Sit and Stay!

Doggie Boot Camp is an unique dog fitness program that combines obedience training, leadership and socialization in a controlled environment.  You and your dog can participate in this special fitness training and we welcome dogs with any level of training.  If your dog is already trained, this is a great opportunity for mental stimulation, socialize in a controlled manner and have some fun!  Any dog, any age are welcome. 

*Usually we meet on 72nd St and CPW entrance when the weather is above 40F.

For more information about Liberata Barnathan visit:

www.DoggieandtheCity.com

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  • Liberata B.

    72nd St and CPW is closed but you can get into the park by 77th, going down the ramp the first enclosed lawn on the right.

    May 18, 2014

  • Liberata B.

    See you later!

    May 18, 2014

  • Liberata B.

    Location: *Take 72nd St and CPW entrance, turn first left (down the ramp), the first enclosed lawn on the left side, across the lake. Weather above 45F.
    See you there!

    May 5, 2014

  • Liberata B.

    Due to Mother's Day class was postponed.

    April 25, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    I will be out of town on May 11th. I hope there will be future sessions!

    April 24, 2014

  • Jessica

    My dog is 3 years old and hasn't had much socialization and he has basic sit, lay, stay, speak training. He is somewhat aggressive though at first (with people and dogs) then eventually comes around. Is it ok for us to come? I want him to learn to be less aggressive so he can have friends and so can I. lol

    April 24, 2014

    • Liberata B.

      As long as you can handle your dog and have a muzzle on. This class is what your dog needs most but safety is our number one priority.

      April 24, 2014

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  • Liberata B.
    Liberata @ www.DoggieAndtheCity.com, Organizer,
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