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SIT HAPPENS!

Train your pup to be a well-behaved and obedient companion with E2 Dog Training Inc.'s "Sit Happens!" group training class. Using positive reinforcement techniques, your dog will learn important social skills and improve their overall behavior. Don't miss out on this opportunity to shape your furry friend into the perfect companion. Spaces are limited to 5 students per class! Sign up today!

Sit Happens! will meet every Monday from 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm from 5/27 - 7/08

 

How much is it? This class will cost $200 per student.

What will we cover in this group class?

  • Waiting at the door.

    • The ability to maintain position until invited to advance through a door is

      a convenience to the pet parent and can save a dog’s life.​

  • Come and Leashing-up Manners

    • Coming when called could save a dog’s life if he gets loose. Training a
      dog to want to come also helps strengthen the bond between dog and
      pet parent.​

  • Loose-leash walking and attention

    • Teaching and practicing Loose-Leash Walking and checking in with one
      another builds comfort, ease and connectedness between the dog and
      pet parent.​

  • Meet & Greet

    • The importance of a dog remaining politely at the pet parent’s side
      shows the dog’s self-control when meeting someone. This also allows
      the opportunity for the pet parent to understand if it is appropriate or
      not for someone to greet or handle their dog.​

  • Leave It

    • Leave It is useful when you do not want your dog to go near something
      and it can be a life-saving skill.​

  • Wait for the food bowl

    • Rather than grabbing or rushing for the food, Wait for the Food Bowl
      strengthens a dog’s self-control and reflects good manners.​

  • Stay

    • Stay is useful when you need your dog to remain in place.​

  • Settle

    • A dog who can calm down on cue is more manageable in the home and
      may be more welcome in other social settings.​

  • Give and Take

    • Living with a dog who does not guard food or objects, willingly drops
      items on cue and takes items gently from the pet parent is safer for the
      pet parent and less stressful for the dog.​

  • Bonus tricks!

    • You will have to sign up and attend the class to find out what bonus tricks we have in store for you!​

Sit Happens!

May 27 - June 8
7:00PM - 8:00PM

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