Announcements September 3rd, 2017

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Announcements

 

  • Wednesday Night Class September 4th, 2017 at The K-9 Clinic – 6:00pm For intermediate and advanced dogs only. Cost for class $25 (Members no charge)

 

  • New Obedience Classes start this Saturday, September 9th, 2017.   Please view our calendar for class times. If you would like to sign up for class, please email us at info@k9clinic.com or call (831)684.0861. Please be sure to call if there is questionable weather!
  • New Therapy Dog Program starting this Sunday, September 10th, 2017 at 10:00am.  Please email us at info@k9clinic.com for more information.  Cost is $525 for a 5 week session.
  • Iron Dog Prep classes starting September 16th, more details to come!
  • Questionable weather? Please call our recorder the morning of training at (831)684.0861 or check our website for the latest updates on training conditions.

Need Directions? Visit our Contact page, please note our office is closed Mondays.

Homework for Group Classes!

Basic Class and Puppy Imprinting Class:

Remember to practice only 10-15 min per session, 1-2 times per day.

  • Heel to a sit:  No more pulling, sniffing while heeling
  • Every time you stop, make your dog sit!
  • Sit to A Down. Start with small circles around your dog and gradually increase the size of the circle.  Try circling the other direction as well.
  • Recalls with a Stranger:  Have someone hold onto your leash, remember to feed and then run away.  Turn around and Recall your dog with his/her name and the command.  Back up as he/she is approaching.  Have them sit and then feed them and praise simultaneously

***Remember do not correct unless you can follow through, and 0 Tolerance***

Intermediate Class:

Practice 10-15 min per session, 1-2 times per day

  • Continue practicing your down stays, start increasing, time, distance and distractions
  • If they break the down, Long Dark Road
  • Have fun with your dogs and try some obstacles on your walk-Remember, SAFETY is the number 1 rule!