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WORKSHOP: Come What May!

Friday, May 3, 2019

A two-hour workshop to teach you how teach your dog a really reliable recall.

NOT for dogs that are reactive to other dogs or people!

This workshop is heavy on both theory and practice, but understand that you won't fix it in two hours. You will need to continue applying the protocols you learn when you get home. How long it will take to teach at home will then depend how well you implement and practice the protocols, and how long your dog has been practicing NOT coming when you called.

If your dog is reactive to other dogs or people, but you would still like to attend, you can attend as an "auditor".

Limited to 8 dogs.

CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE AND TO REGISTER.

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I adopted an adult dog and had no idea what I was getting into. The dog was terrified of everything, seemed as if she had never been walked on a leash, and hid from everyone. I called Cowichan Canine for help and Lisbeth came over that very day. With her gentle guidance, my dog is gaining confidence and I am feeling hopeful that I can help this dog to become a happy friend. I am very thankful for all the support I have received.

Lyn Merryfeather (Diva)
Duncan

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

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