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WORKSHOP: Nail Clipping

Does your dog hate nail clipping? Do YOU hate nail clipping?

Or, are you simply unsure how to go about it?

In this two-hour workshop, you will learn how to teach your dog to love nail clipping!

Our goal is to get to clip a nail before the two hours are over - and your dog enjoying it! - but your progress will depend on how much bad experiences your dog has had in the past:

CLICK HERE TO SEE WHAT A NAIL CLIPPING EXERCISE CAN LOOK LIKE!

If your dog is reactive to other dogs or people, but you would still like to attend, you can bring a friend's dog to learn on, or we have a very limited number of loaner dogs available for an extra fee.

Please contact the office to inquire and/or reserve a dog before you pay for the loaner dog option!

Limited to 8 dogs.

 

IMPORTANT: Students that are new to Cowichan Canine will be required to sign a liability waiver upon arrival and provide documentation for their dog of vaccination for parvo and distemper, no older than 3 years, or titer test no older than 12 months. Without this documentation, your dog cannot enter the premises and your fee will be forfeit.

 

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

Inquiries:  1-778-455-1985 or email

 

Click here to register with YOUR OWN DOG

 

Click here to register with
a LOANER DOG that you have reserved FROM COWICHAN CANINE

Please contact the office to inquire and/or reserve a dog BEFORE you pay for the loaner dog option!

 

Click here to register as AUDITOR ONLY (not working with a dog)

 

What's New?
What Clients Are Saying:

Hi Lizbeth, Stephanie and Glenda: Thought you would like to know, we took Dalli to the Duncan market on Saturday morning. She was a perfect lady, walked around with her tail wagging and held high all the time. She was friendly and outgoing to other people, and sniffed other people’s hands and let them pet her when we stopped to talk or purchase things from the different stalls. We then walked over to the Garage for coffee, sat outside and again, she was well behaved, let people pet her and she was actually licking their hands. This was her first outing in a busy people environment as we usually just leave her in the car or at home when we go out shopping. What a difference from a year ago when you first met her. Thank you, thank you! We’ll see you in the fall when we come for the agility courses. (Dalli was adopted a year ago from Mexico, and was fear-aggressive to people coming to the house.)

Greg & Terri Askham
Duncan

Just want to thank you Lisbeth and also Bev and Karen for the excellent training that Lily and I have enjoyed so much. I know Lily has enough for a pass now but we really are aiming for distinction. We are working hard at home as well to see if we can get this. Lily is so improved now. My husband says that in the mornings when he is playing ball off leash with her that she no longer runs at other dogs, she just ignores them now. I noticed when I took her to another trainer in the summer she was always panting and anxious. At Cowichan Canine she is just so happy and cannot wait to get in the door. It is her favourite place so obviously what you are doing is right and the place has great vibes for dogs. She has not reacted to the dogs in the classes either but is always wagging her tail. I am very grateful for this. We will be back in December and want to go onto greater things in advanced and we are both looking forward to it. Going to bring my other dog Cole as well.

Susan
Maple Bay, BC

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