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SEMINAR: Safe Dog Play

Have you considered taking your dog to a dog park, but aren't sure if you should? Are dog parks safe? Are you sometimes not quite sure if your dog should be meeting that other dog or not? If they are playing appropriately, or not? What happens when my dog meets the "wrong" dog? What should I do?

The safety and enjoyment of dog-dog interactions depend on one thing - owner education.

This presentation will help you learn how to recognize red flags and when to step in and help your dog out of a risky situation. It includes live-action video clips to illustrate not only different canine communications, but also show the speed at which these things can change. You will learn how to be a better observer of your dog and to improve your understanding of your dog. The presentation is followed by a Q & A session.

"Safe Dog Play" is recommended for all dog owners!

 

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

Inquiries:  1-778-455-1985 or email

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Hero has been making lots and lots of progress. His only setbacks have been when I have pushed him too far. I am on summer break from teaching and have been dedicated hours each day to his training. Too many great stories to share, but I do have to share this one, for me it was his "graduation." Ever since our sessions with you at the house, I have been working with Hero on an "away" command, where he keeps away from being right in front of doors. For the last months, I drop treats on the floor at the end of the hallway by my living room as I go in and out the front door. I do it 100% of the time. A few weeks ago, high winds blew open the front door at 7:30 a.m. while I was sleeping. I heard Hero pacing in the living room and then whining. I got up to investigate and found Hero waiting patiently in his "away" location, waiting for his treat, rather than go out the un-supervised wide open front door and into mischief. It was worth every treat I had spent!!!!!

Becky & Hero
Duncan

My darling French Bulldog Maggie has passed this course with distinction. This would not have been possible without the fine teachings of Karen and Bev. Both these ladies conveyed instructions clearly and with humour, making the hour fun and interesting for both dog and owner. Maggie and I thoroughly enjoyed the course and plan on being back for more next fall. With many thanks,

Mimi Hayes and Maggie Mc.F. Hayes
Duncan

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