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Leash Walking Manners

Does your dog pull? Does your dog ignore you? Does your dog get really excited? Are your walks stressful and less fun than you would like? Join us for some tools and techniques to help you and your dog enjoy your walk together.

Registration required. Limited space for demo dogs.
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Fees for single themed behavior resolution classes and Monday evening classes.
Sign up for any 1 class: $25 if paid 2 days before the class; $35 after.
Sign up for any 2 classes: $40 if paid 2 days before your first choice.
Sign up for any 4 classes: $75 if paid 2 days before the first class.
Sign up for any 6 classes: $100/ up to 2 days before the first class.

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  • cheri r.

    Will you need a demo dog for this class? My dog is a hunter and is constantly sniffing low to the ground and is pulling the leash the whole time we're walking. She's not treat motivated at all and only wants to hunt. She reacts very loudly and usually wants to chase when we come across a squirrel, rabbit, or outside cat but we keep walking and get past it and I praise her when she's quiet and stops reacting and that has helped a lot.

    January 28, 2013

  • Sarah

    I'd love to know more about this workshop! I have a dog who likes to chase squirrels and have tried lots of positive reinforcement with him (treats) but he completely ignores me. Will other techniques be covered outside of treats?

    December 30, 2012

    • Lorraine M.

      When the squirrel is present, we have reached what I like to call the Olympics. Training can't happen then. Often treats don't work. Now we are faced with the 'event' which will test our training. In class we will cover how to train and prepare and condition for the 'event' BEFORE it happens. Make sense? I don't think of treats as a technique but rather as a motivation. But motivation alone isn't enough in the toughest situations - as we have all found out at one time or another! Make sense?

      December 30, 2012

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