Dates: February 20, 2018 – March 27, 2018
Location: Animal Protective Foundation
Time: 7:30 PM
Description: This class will create a stronger relationship between you and your dog. We will build on previous training and bring it to the next level. This class addresses issues such as door dashing, pulling on the leash, impolite greetings and more. You and your dog will work through distractions in many forms, achieving solid stays and sharper recalls at longer distances and improving his focus on you. You will achieve a more respectful relationship with your dog.
Requirements: 1 minutes “stays,” loose leash walking and “focus.” Open to all altered dogs 5 months or older with a SOLID knowledge of basic commands (sit/down/wait/stay/come). To all graduates of Basic Manners 101 who have a SOLID understanding of the basic commands: this is a perfect class for you and your dog!
Duration: 6 weeks, 45 minutes-1 hour/week
BRING DOGS TO FIRST CLASS as well as SOFT TREATS and a BLANKET/MAT large enough for dog to lie down on.
While not required, we recommend using a training harness during this class. Harnesses are available at the APF for an additional fee.