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SEMINAR: Aggressive Dogs

A two-hour presentation where we discuss what aggression looks like and what we can do about it.

We will discuss why aggression occurs, how it manifests itself, and how we can reduce or eliminate it, including:

- What are the earliest signs of aggression?

- What should you do when the dog growls at you?

- What is the difference between a play growl and an aggressive growl?

- What to do with a dog that has bitten?

- How do you break up a dog fight?

No dogs.

To register, call 778-455-1985 or go to:

http://cowichancanine.ca/shop/cat/15/seminars-workshops

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What Clients Are Saying:

Amazing is the only way we can describe the transformation with our very reactive dog. Levi, our 5 year old Duck Toller, had taken the Foundations training and walked nicely on a leash. However he started to react to bikes and it got worse as time went by. When he saw a bike go by our happy-go-lucky dog turned into a monster. He would bark, lunge, and do the famous 'duck toller scream'. He was totally uncontrollable. We were very much afraid that if he ever got off leash he would attack the cyclist. It was very stressfull for both us and Levi. We decided to ask Lisbeth for help. With a few private lessons and practice Levi is a changed dog. The other day a cyclist came up behind us and rode within two feet of Levi and he only turned his head to look for a treat. Amazing! We can't thank you enough Lisbeth and Levi thanks you too.

Jan and Sig
Duncan, BC

Our little Frenchton, Blaze, graduated from the Foundations class today with Honours. The training we received was top notch, excellent quality, and fun. We appreciated the often humorous comments thrown into our training from Karen and Stephanie, as well as the clear, easy to understand aspects of this training program. We have already introduced Blaze to Scent Detection and Agility and will continue on with these in the fall. We truly appreciate the care and commitment our instructors gave in the training of our Blaze, and of ourselves! Who knew we had so much to learn, too! :) Thank you, Karen and Stephanie! We will definitely be referring others to Cowichan Canine.

Linda Batten (& Matt)
Duncan

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