One of the hardest skills to teach and one of the most important things to teach besides the recall. Outings with your dog or a trip to the vet it is no fun being dragged around and having those shoulder wrenching moments. This series is suitable for dogs 4+ months of age who have either been through our Manners Program or equivalent training elsewhere. During this three part course we will work on improving the conversation between you and your dog on a walk.
Next series Monday, October 18th for 3 weeks. The cost for this series is $90. This program runs Monday evenings at 8:00.
One of the most imporant things to teach is a reliable recall. Your dog's life may depend on it!
Dogs that come reliably when called get more freedom and more time with you. This three part series will help you develop a reliable recall and provide inspiration for games to play long after the series has ended!
Suitable for dogs who have been through our Manners Program or have had similar training.
Class size is limited. Cost for this 3 week series is $90. Next series Monday, November 8th. This program runs on Monday evenigns at 8:00.
You can have a dog who reliably comes when called!
Starting with 1 to 1 training will help form strategies for success specific to your situation. From time to time we run group sessions.
The arena has great footing, lots of space and is well lit. Dress for the weather.
Water is available during the green seasons.
Bring a hungry dog, their previous meal as rewards and some 'oh wow' treats.
You are welcome to use the trails at our farm but please check in for directions and to ensure you don't bump into other users.
Thanks for the tip you gave on diverting Harry's attention from the cars. Now I'm even able to distract him from a school bus with the command - buses were one of his really big triggers. My arm isn't so stressed from all the sudden lunges.
Very much appreciated. I'm almost looking forward to spring when all the boats on trailers reappear. We'll be in much better shape to deal with them hopefully! Deb T and Harry the Border Collie.