Wednesday 2nd September, 4pm
Mastering greetings and manners is a real game changer. Not only will you be able to start inviting your friends over without feeling like you have to apologise, or put the dog out, but your dog will get much more attention too!
In this talk we’ll talk we’ll sort out front door etiquette, over excitement, jumping up, greeting people on walks, and inviting other dogs into your home.
We’ll also bust some myths, talk about how changes in your own behaviour will help, and we’ll learn about those niggling behaviours that are hindering your training.
The class should last approximately 1 hour.
These classes will take place via Zoom, an online video conferencing service. If you’ve never used it before it’s really easy. You don’t need an account but you will need to download it onto your computer or your device. You’ll be sent a link to access the webinar, just click the link and follow the instructions. If you haven’t downloaded Zoom yet, it will help you to do that too.
I have more than 15 years experience solving all kinds of canine behaviour problems, at home and in rescue. A bad experience with a old fashioned dog trainer inspired me to learn more about dog behaviour, and it is because of him, that I wall never use harsh methods when training and rehabilitating dogs.
I work privately with clients in Dundee and the surrounding area with dogs of all ages, breeds and issues including anxiety, aggression and hyperactivity.
In 2009 I was proud to publish a book about dog behaviour and training. How to be the Perfect Pack Leader (by Caroline Jenkins) remains popular today and a follow up is expected very shortly.