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Basic Obedience Class

This class will cover basic obedience commands, learning how to apply obedience to daily living, building a strong relationship with your dog, and general care.

Comes with the “Leader of the Pack” book (written by Nancy Baer, founder of A Canine Experience).

This class will be on Wednesdays for six weeks from 7:00pm-8:00pm Starting Feb 13th  until March 27th. (No class March 6th)

Cost: $99 Call[masked] to register!

 

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  • kelley

    I got stuck on the book too...Your mom says no dog leaning. When she comes for pats, she sits...while receiving pats, she collapses into the chair or my calf {books says that is leaning}. Do you think "Off" and sending her to her bed would work better?

    1 · March 22, 2013

    • Trina E.

      I would just tell her "off" and get her off of you, maybe have her lay down. Sounds like she is just wanting to relax and enjoy the petting. The leaning we are more concerned with is when they use it to control you. For example, they come up and lean on you to demand the petting or lean on you while standing next yo you.

      1 · March 25, 2013

  • kelley

    Hi Trina. I got stuck on the homework. While rewarding her with the treat Miss Jenna gets too excited and mouths while gobbling the treat. Both times I said 'No bite" and shoo'd her back to her dog bed for a minute or 2. She gets over excited...should I skip the treat and only use praise?

    1 · March 22, 2013

    • Trina E.

      Hi Kelley, we need to teach her to take it nice. I hold the treat inside my hand so they can't get it, tell them "take it nice", if they grab pull my hand away and give them a firm "NO". I offer it again and do this until they have a gentle mouth, then give them the treat.

      1 · March 25, 2013

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