Self-control or impulse control is important for every dog to learn. This means a dog can stay calm in exciting or stimulating situations and that they will have patience even when presented with something they strongly desire. This quality is useful in daily life and can keep them safe. For example, if your dog always rushes through doorways and danger is on the other side, a dog could get injured or worse. A slow and controlled approach to a new environment is much safer for them and for you.
This class is designed to tackle those problem behaviors like jumping, nipping, and chasing things. Many of these problem behaviors can be improved by teaching a dog to think before they act.
4-week class @ 7:00 p.m.
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Fall Session B: