Control Yourself! A Workshop for Impulsive Pooches

Is your dog’s enthusiasm for life a bit – er – much sometimes? If your pooch’s leaping around on leash, jumping up, grabbing things, and door dashing have become more of an embarrassment than comedic relief, this fun one-hour workshop is for you!

*Please note that this workshop is not appropriate for dogs who growl, bark and/or lunge at dogs or people out of fear, frustration, or aggression. We’d be happy to help you with this issue in private training! Rather, this workshop is for dogs full of cheerful overexuberance.

Guided by one of our expert, certified trainers, you’ll learn various training techniques that will help your spirited friend learn to control himself, even when there are distractions, and especially when there’s something he wants, so that he can be a welcomed participant in all areas of your life.

“Teddy and I really enjoyed the Control Yourself workshop and the instructor Monica! Teddy has a good sense of what is expected of him once he calms down, and you taught ME how to help him find that sweet spot.  I like that he waits by my side.  Thank you!”

       – excited dog mom, Nancy, and her 9-month-old Goldendoodle, Teddy

When: Saturday July 6 at 2:00pm

Where: 9475 Double R Blvd., Ste 12, Reno, Nevada 89521 (The Fur and Feather Works training center.)

Prerequisites: Puppy Kindergarten, Basic Manners, or equivalent level of training. If you aren’t sure, just ask!

Tuition: $45

Click here to register, or Contact Us with questions!



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