These skills can save a life and require extra focus and attention. We will practice our recall exercises all over campus, indoors and outside increasing difficulty week by week! Leave it will be practiced as well and used in combination with our recall exercises.
This is not a beginner class, dogs must have attended a previous foundation manners class. If you have not taken Foundation Manners with us before, we may require a video of your dog doing foundation behaviors. Please do not bring dogs on any metal collar including choke and pinch collars. Harnesses, head halters, regular or martingale collars are all welcome.
Motivating your dog is essential to good training! Please bring bite-sized, high-value treats to class. Treats your dog likes at home may not be good enough for class. Some all time favorites are cheese, chicken, hot dogs and meatballs. Variety is good so you can mix in lower value treats with the good stuff. If your dog loves toys you can bring them as well.
Please bring a long line to class, 15 ft is ideal, no more than 20 ft. You can order one here https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RHS47SW?ref_=cm_sw_r_cp_ud_dp_DCW1TQ4BX7QMA3E1KHXT
Class is 4 weeks and limited to five dogs. Class is at Scudder Campus in Wimberley, indoors and air conditioned!
If you have not attended class with us before, please attend theory night via google meet Wednesday June 5th at 6:00. We will explain some basics of dog training, discuss equipment and management techniques to help you get the most out of class. Former students are welcome to attend for a refresher as well.
Important- when registering, please only add one person to the registration. Registration is per dog. Multiple people can attend with one dog at no extra charge, however, if you add additional people to the registration, you will be charged $140 for each person.
Please call or email Laura with questions 512-636-0974 firstname.lastname@example.org