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Loose Leash Walking

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Walking politely on leash is an important skill for any dog so that walks can be enjoyable for everyone!

If you want your arm to stop aching this class will teach you how to get the nice polite leash walking you've always wanted!

Learn:

  • Components of Loose Leash Walking
  • How to work with our dogs instincts instead of against them
  • Fun Engagement exercises
  • Teaching Loose Leash Walking
  • Impulse control exercises
  • Walking with distractions
  • More Fun Training Games!

Photo by Meredith Owens

  • InstructorTara Tower
  • Class SizeMax 6
  • Class Length3 x 1 hour classes
  • Cost$99 + gst
  • AgeOpen to all dogs over 6 months old, or any puppies over 4 months old who have already completed a set of Puppy Classes
  • Breeds/SizeDogs of all breeds/sizes are welcome
  • Class RulesDogs must be under control of owner/handler at all times.
  • GuestsHuman Guests are welcome, but no additional dogs.
  • Class Location6976 Palm Ave, Burnaby.
    Map link to our location: https://goo.gl/maps/dVgVI

$99

+gst
3 x 1 hour classes

Loose Leash Walking

  • Will return in 2019! Please join our wait-list!
  • Classes in Progress
If you would like to cancel or refund a class, we need to be notified at least 48 hours in advance of the first class.
For more information about our policies click the "View Policies" button.
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If your dog is reactive (i.e. lunges, barks etc towards other dogs and/or people), and requires a personal bubble of space from other dogs or people, we will accommodate your dog as long as you have previously or are currently working with a positive reinforcement trainer on your dog's reactivity, so that you are skilled at managing your dog in a group setting.

Need a trainer for this? Let us know! We are happy to help!

 

If your dog barks excessively around other dogs (and cannot easily be stopped with a toy or food) we ask that you please contact us to schedule a private session before joining a group class, so that we can work on the barking before joining a more exciting group class. While we understand your dog may just be excited or nervous around the other dogs, if the dogs are constantly barking it is unfair to the students who cannot hear the instructor, and the instructor who has to try to talk over barking dogs.

Need help with this? Let us know, we're happy to help!

 

Tara Tower, CPDT-KA, DCTP

Tara Tower, CPDT-KA, DCTP

Instructor

Behaviour Classes Instructor