It Is Time for C.L.A.S.S.! (Canine Life and Social Skills)
Train Your Dog in Real Life Skills While Strengthening the Human Bond
The C.L.A.S.S. curriculum centers around positive, reward-based training. Set your dog up for success by giving feedback and rewards for behavior you LIKE, and by arranging the learning environment so that the behavior you want is more easily produced. During this 5-week course, you will learn not only learn how to create rules and boundaries for your dog, but also how to communicate with him in a way that he understands.
Real-life skills will be learned and practiced like: waiting in place, being leashed up while calm, meeting and greeting another person and dog, leave it, stay, settle, waiting for the food bowl and others. This is a great class for dog owners who would like help establishing a foundation of good behavior with their dog, or for dogs/owners who would like to brush up on their canine’s life and social skills.
The C.L.A.S.S. curriculum was developed by the Association of Professional Dog Trainers.
When: Beginning, Saturday, February 25th for 5 consecutive Saturdays
Where: Glencoe Park at 3700 Glencoe Street (75206)
Who: The class will be taught by PCPSI trainer, Valerie Fry.
Please email us with any questions about this class at firstname.lastname@example.org.