For the Dog Lover who has everything, as well as the New Puppy Parent and the Frustrated Friend with the Rescue Teenage Terrier.
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Saturday April 1st 10 am to 12 pm
Are you preparing for a new addition to your household? Is someone you know expecting? Did a friend recently have a baby? Do you know someone who needs guidance in this department? We have the answers! Family Dog Training Center is hosting a seminar for all those expectant parents (and their adult family members, too!).
Join Jayne Bosch, senior Family Dog instructor and mother of two, for tips on helping the dogs prepare for the new arrival so you can start training behaviors before the baby comes. She’ll offer suggestions for easing the transition during those first few stressful weeks, along with specific techniques for coping with common situations that arise. And she’ll share her successes (and struggles) as baby becomes a toddler, and beyond.
This seminar is formatted for adult humans so no dogs please!
Solving Your Dog’s Behavior Problems– Workshop
Saturday April 1st 1 pm to 3 pm
Join us for a discussion on common behavior problems and their solutions, including: Chewing, barking, digging, stealing, nipping, mouthing, jumping up, running away, separation anxiety, crate training, housebreaking and lots more! This workshop will be led by Family Dog Training Center president & training director, Kathy Lang and her staff of senior instructors . There will be time allowed throughout the workshop for questions from the audience.
Matthew Twitty Returns to the Northwest in 2017!
Competition Obedience Seminars & Private Lesson
Sat. June 10 & Sun. June 11 — Effective Skills & Drills for Competition Obedience (Novice, Open & Utility)
Mon. June 12 – How to Add & Layer Distractions
Rally Obedience Classes and Drop-in Training
Friday February 24th to April 7th (skip March 10th) Flyer with full info: Rally Classes Descriptions 02 12 17
6:00 PM Beginning / Novice (6 week session)
This class is perfect for handlers and dogs with little to no Rally experience. Pre-requisite: Dogs must have good on-leash control and know basic obedience commands. No aggressive dogs. Registration: register
7:15 PM Advanced / Excellent (6 week session)
This class is for handlers and dogs who have completed the Rally Beginning/Novice class and/or handlers who have previous experience and know how to execute the Novice signs. Pre-requisite: Rally Novice experience. No aggressive dogs. Registration: register
8:15 PM Layered Rally Novice/Advanced/Excellent Courses For Practice (Drop-in only)
If you don’t need instruction, and just want the opportunity to run your dog through courses, this is for you. Depending on the attendance each week, there will set up one or two rings/courses for different levels. Students will take turns going through the courses. When everyone has had several turns, the practice will end (so be sure to arrive at 8:15 if you plan to attend). Cost for current Family Dog students: $10 per week / Cost for nonstudents: $20 / week. Please pay in cash at the door.
Ten Minute Ticker & Rent A Ring April 16 2017
This is open to both FDTC students and non Family Dog teams.
Paper entry only. Please down load flier for registration and information April 16 2017 TMT & RAR
Contact the office for details at moc.e1490750376nilnO1490750376goDyl1490750376imaF@1490750376eciff1490750376O1490750376