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WORKSHOP: Family Training Games for the Holidays

Welcome to Family Training Games for the Holidays!

Be ready for an evening of fun and giggles, while at the same time gaining memorable and useful insights into the power of clicker training!

We will play a selection of fun clicker training games and tricks, and experiment with some mental stimulation games for your dog to be kept busy with for the holidays.

You will sharpen your shaping skills and have fun at the same time! See and experience other trainers' decision points, and learn to be aware of how you can change your own technique. Be free to experiment with no consequences for making mistakes! Even experiment with making mistakes and see what happens!!

Maybe most valuable of all, experience the training process from the dog's point of view - a highly illuminating experience!

Clicker training games also help us get rid of the habit of blaming training problems on the dog, instead of on the training contingencies, where it belongs.

Location: Cowichan Canine Training Centre
106-5301 Chaster Road, Duncan

Inquiries:  1-778-455-1985 or email

 

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What Clients Are Saying:

Hi Lisbeth - just a quick note to thank you so much for your help with Jay. My relationship with him has transformed completely and we're really in a good place. It was definitely a great thing that we did with you and we really appreciate your expertise and care.

Brenda & Jay
Cobble Hill, BC

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

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