Seminar and Classes are held at the Red Deer K9 Training Center (#4 7045 Edgar Industrial Link)
*Currently taking registration for JULY 2021 seminar and classes
*There is still availability for the May 27 SEMINAR ONLY
What is a reactive dog and why do we see reactive behaviors? What can cause reactivity and how do we help our dogs through this, safely? What are stress signs and how do we read them?
There are TWO options available to help you with your reactive dog:
OPTION 1: Human only Seminar ONLY JULY 8 2021 from 630pm - 830pm at the Red Deer K9 Training Center ($59). This 2hr human only seminar will break down the why and the how, to help you to work through your dog's reactivity to other dogs, people, skateboards.... any stimulus that causes your dog stress. It is an informative session with plenty of opportunities to share your personal experiences and ask questions. You will receive a .pdf of the Powerpoint presentation with access to the videos and resources discussed during the seminar.
OPTION 2: Join us for the seminar on JULY 8, then continue with your dog for group classes starting JULY 15 from 630pm - 730pm for 5 consecutive weeks. ($235) During class we will work on creating positive associations to your dog's triggers and being able to engage/disengage from them. We will build strong focus skills and learn how to redirect our dogs during emergency and stressful situations. Ultimately, helping your dog to be able to share space with other dogs/people, comfortably whether on leash or in your home.
1. Email email@example.com with your name, your dogs name, a description of the behaviors you're experiencing and best contact information. Please refer to which option you have chosen, in your message.
2. Once I have responded to your email, please etransfer your payment to the above email address OR click on "registration" to the left of this page to pay via credit card to secure your spot!
I look forward to meeting with you and your furry friends! All family members welcome (children must be accompanied by an adult who is NOT the dog's handler)
Social distancing protocols will be in place.