POP UP TALK: Planning for the ‘Oh Crap’ moment
ABOUT THE EVENT:
This event will take place in our Zoom Room. You will receive the Zoom Room link and additional details after registering.
Tonight, Traci Bisson, owner and founder of Golden Dog Adventure Co., talks with Ashley Clark and Kristine Thurston of You and Your Dog Training & Services about the importance of cooperative care training especially as an emergency planning strategy.
No one plans for the worst to happen and this holds true with the dogs we live with. It is only after your dog chases the surprise deer, injures their paw, or puts their muzzle where you think it shouldn’t that our reactive ways shine. Fortunately, Ashley & Kristine have some fun proactive games that can help with the before and after Oh Crap moment.
Participants will learn:
- a fun foundation attention game (the initial step to a rock solid recall),
- the cue “Out” (to willingly let go of the resource in their mouth),
- key concepts to teach our dogs to not only tolerate, but enjoy being handled starting with the bucket game and chin rest.
- N/C for members Your special pricing will be reflected in the CART.
- $20/person per session for Non-Members
- This event will take place in our Zoom Room. You will receive the Zoom Room link and additional details after registering.
- Can’t attend the live session? You will be emailed a link to the recording upon conclusion of the event.
ABOUT YOU AND YOUR DOG TRAINING & SERVICES:
You and Your Dog Training & Services is a small training center that focuses on the relationship between people and their dogs. Their approach is not only personal but is science based using the current research in canine behavior.
They initiate communication with dogs by working with them, not against them, using positive reinforcement. This is done by understanding dog behavior, ethology, and working with the individual dog’s natural desires.
Ashley Clark CPDT-KA and Kristine Thurston CPDT-KA are who make You and Your Dog Training & Services LLC.
For more information, visit YouandYourDogTraining.com.
If you have questions, text/call (603) 815-2453 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.