Reactive Dogs Workshop Perrysburg, Ohio, Toledo Metro | Reactive Dog Training

Reactive Dogs Workshop Perrysburg, Ohio, Toledo Metro | Reactive Dog Training

Reactive Dogs Workshop Perrysburg, Ohio, Toledo Metro | Reactive Dog Training. Learn how to manage and change your reactive dog's behavior in this 90-minute workshop. This intensive workshop will empower dog owners by teaching you positive ways to change your dog's lunging behavior to a more relaxed walk. The class will discuss learning your dog's body language and threshold and teach dog guardians how to train their dogs alternative behaviors. The class is without dogs or children.
Perrysburg, Ohio Reactive Dog Training

Learn how to manage and change your reactive dog’s behavior in this 90-minute workshop. This intensive workshop will empower dog owners by teaching you positive ways to change your dog’s lunging behavior to a more relaxed walk. The class will discuss learning your dog’s body language and threshold and teach dog guardians how to train their dogs alternative behaviors. The class is without dogs or children.

Workshop Goals:

  • Understanding dog reactivity
  • Breaking the cycle of reactivity
  • Over the counter aids and training equipment
  • Holistic approaches including food therapy
  • Treatment plan
  • Zen behavior
  • The future

60-minute workshop plus 30 minutes Q&A.

Date and Time: April 4, 2017, 6:30-8

Location: 5100 Brockway Dr. Perrysburg- Map

Cost: $30/person

Registration: Required to attend.  Click to reserve your seat.

Can’t make the workshop?  Private in-person or phone/Skype sessions are always available.

Reactive Dogs Workshop Perrysburg, Ohio, Toledo Metro | Reactive Dog Training. Learn how to manage and change your reactive dog's behavior in this 90-minute workshop. This intensive workshop will empower dog owners by teaching you positive ways to change your dog's lunging behavior to a more relaxed walk. The class will discuss learning your dog's body language and threshold and teach dog guardians how to train their dogs alternative behaviors. The class is without dogs or children.
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