March Weekend Workshop Replays!
As part of our March Madness: Focus Around Distractions Theme Yooper Paws of Love hosted 2 Workshops to help local and virtual clients by providing the tools to help dog owners better support their dogs. You can register for those workshops on this post. Once you register you will receive payment info and a link to view the Workshop you have registered for.
Helping the Distracted Dog!
This one hour workshop is designed to help dog owners learn skills to help their dog become successful in distracted environments.
Cost $10 per person!
FREE for current Yooper Paws Clients!
- Using distance away from the distraction successfully.
- How to start training with distractions that can be controlled.
- How to support your dog around unexpected distractions.
- Determining when to train around a distraction vs use your exit strategy.
This workshop is designed to give you the skills to start your training journey around distractions with the aid of a skilled Canine Coach.
Dogs who are overly reactive are experiencing HUGE emotions! In this workshop you will learn about helping your dog feel safe, calm & happy using connection based methods. When we develop connection based training with our dogs, we move away from corrective based techniques that were taught decades ago to new science based methods that show a dog what we want them to do. This is the first step in helping your dog learn to be successful around distractions.
If you are a current Yooper Paws Client or working with a Crazy2Calm Canine Coach, you can receive this workshop for free by placing the name of the group you are with in the registration form!
Cost $20 per person!
Only $15 for current Yooper Paws Clients!
As dog owners, we often are surprised or caught off balance if/when our dogs start over reacting to changes in the environment. Perhaps it's a car pulling in the driveway, seeing people or other dogs, or hearing sounds such as gun shots but most dogs are fearful of something. When that fear is based on something easily controlled, such as Azul's fear of balloon animals, we can manage the situation quite easily by avoiding the triggering object. But when those fears are based on uncontrollable objects such as other people walking their dogs down the trail or thunder booming in the sky, we need to take a different approach to helping our dogs feel safe. The bottom line is fearful dogs are more prone to barking, lunging, and even biting others. The best way to improve their manners is to help them feel safe. Once they feel safe we can begin training to help them fit better in the family. If you want to learn how to help your fearful dog, this is a great starting place!
Yooper Paws Clients that are currently in a 6 session package or the Service Dog Mentor Program can receive this Workshop at a 25% discount making it only $15 for nearly 2 hours of info!
Register for either of these Weekend Workshops here:
You will receive an email with the links to the Workshops you've selected withing 24 hrs of submitting this form.
If you need assistance with paying this fee please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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