Updated: Jul 30, 2021
From January to March we tend to be alot less active which may serve as the catalyst for our pups poor behavior. We change up our own exercise modalities to continue to burn calories and our dog's activities may also need some tweeking. If your dog is bored and restless they may dig, bark, enjoy off limit furniture and chew unaccceptable items (among other annoying distructive behaviors). Can you really blame them? That energy has to go someplace. Get involved with something new and fun for your pup! Here is some extra's we have up and coming:
Dog Training in the Park - teach that exhuberant dog to behave around other people and dogs. Red Mountain Park Mesa, AZ SAT Jan 30th @10AM
DOGA in the Park - Join in a unique workshop experience and connect with your dog like never before. Red Mountain Park Mesa, AZ
DATES: Thu, Feb 11th @ 3PM - Sat, Mar 13th @ 9AM - Sun, April 11th @ 9AM - Tues May 11th @3PM
ADVICE LINE- have a chat concerning anything dog related.
AND....... WATCH FOR our NEW ZOOM & FACEBOOK LIVE SERIES:
Pup Products & Training for “The Best Behaved Dogs” offering
Live Discussions to help you find the joy in caring for your pet’s. Join us to discover all you need to know to improve training and being your pet's favorite teacher.
SOME OF OUR TOPICS WE WILL BE COVERING:
Grooming Tips, tricks & techniques for health & well-being
Re-Tail find the right training tools, bedding, gates, food, anything Re-Tail & the DIY hacks that actually work.
The puppy’s environment and creating routines
Potty Training / Mouthing & Bite Inhibition
Differentiating between Behavior, Obedience and Engagement
Communication and Marker Training/Hand and Verbal Commands
The importance of Play
Types of reinforcement and how it influences behavior
What is drive and how to create appropriate outlets
Keep on loving and training!