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WORKSHOP: Impulse Control

Is your dog out of control?

Does your dog jump up on you or other people, bark to be fed or to play, barge through doors, raid the coffee table or the waste bin, pull on leash, never listen, etc?

Then this two-hour workshop is for you!

We will discuss the problems associated with impulse control issues and practice exercises to TEACH YOUR DOG SELF CONTROL.

Topics covered will include:

- pulling on leash

- jumping up

- mouthing

- chasing small animals

- counter surfing

- demand barking

- barging through doors

- general lack of attention / not listening

- and more...
 

NOTE

This workshop is NOT for dogs that have social issues (fear, aggression, reactivity) around other dogs or people. If that is the case, you may attend as an "auditor".

 

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 DOG

Click here to register as an AUDITOR (no dog)

 

- My dog Evan is so lucky that I attended the Impulse workshop tonight!!! More knowledge was obtained by me  in this fun and enjoyable class to help him live a happy and doglfull life with the humans. Thanks Lisbeth for sharing what you know.

~ Denise, Malahat

 

 

 

 

What's New?
What Clients Are Saying:

Lisbeth -I just wanted to send a quick note to let you know that Lexy is doing great. We are so proud of her. In the last month it seems like she has realized that life is ok here and she doesn’t have to worry anymore. Resource guarding gone. No more worried looks. Even the door is ok now. When familiar people come she doesn’t even bother getting off the couch anymore and minimal barking with any other comings and goings. I have had her off leash a fair bit and she listens when I call her. And she regularly turns around to see where I am. Best of all, she loves to swim and she loves the sailboat. Thanks for all your help – Warm regards from us and Lexy !!

Carmen Hildebrand, Shibui Gallery and Sculpture Garden
Maple Bay

Last week I had to take True to the vet because he had an ear infection. He bounced into the office with me as if he was going to the park, he was friendly with the girls at the front desk. We went in the examination room and he was fine, happily sniffing every square inch of the floor. He was happy to see the vet and even though his ear was sore he didn't do anything when she swabbed it. True didn't enjoy having his anal glands expelled but he didn't struggle or make a peep. I was so proud of him. The vet said she was amazed at how well behaved he was and how he had come such a long way, and she complimented me on my training. Thank you so much for all your help.

Wendy Neumann & True the Bouiver
Reactive Dog Programme student, Duncan, BC

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