“My dog stops paying attention to me as soon as we are outside!”
“He listens pretty well usually, but as soon as he sees a (squirrel, deer, cat, dog, fill-in-the-blank), forget it!”
“I could dangle an entire steak in front of her face, and she wouldn’t even notice!”
Does this sound like your dog?
If yes, join us on June 4 from 2:30-4 p.m. in Guysville, Ohio, for this one-time, 1.5-hour workshop, and learn the secrets to getting through to your dog!
Get and Keep Your Dog’s Attention is a 90-minute class that will teach you how to get, and keep, your dog’s attention, no matter the distraction in the environment. We’ll spend time working with our dogs and talking about your specific training challenges. Plus, you’ll have real-life distractions to work with.
The cost is $85, and the class is small — very small, no more than 5 dog and handler pairs — so register now using the form below.
I’ll send you a confirmation email that your registration was received, and you’ll get instructions and directions via email a few days before the class is held.
Inclement weather: This class is held outdoors. Classes canceled because of inclement weather are rescheduled for when the most participants can make it; if you cannot attend a rescheduled class, you will be offered a full refund. We will reschedule class because of flooding, driving rain, thunderstorms and lightning. Please dress appropriately for the weather. Water will be available for your dog.
Dropped class policy: Clients who drop a class within four days prior to the session start date will receive a 50 percent refund. No refunds are given after the class begins.
Aggression policy: No dogs displaying aggression toward another dog or human will be allowed to remain in class. Clients asked to leave class because of an aggression issue will be given the prorated balance of their class fee in the form of a credit for in-person behavior consulting. Human clients are also asked to refrain from aggressive behavior.
Vaccination policy: Best Pets Dog Training requires all dogs be current on vaccinations according to age for DHLPP and rabies (bordatella is recommended, but not required). Vet records must be presented prior to bringing your dog to class. Failure to provide vaccination information will result in termination from class without a refund.
Best Pets Dog Training LLC is aware of developing opinions regarding canine vaccination. Exceptions may be made with written documentation from your veterinarian.
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