Basic Good Manners Class  starts 

       Saturday         

June 13, 2020

9:00am or 10:30am

Instructor:

Diann Andress, CPDT-KA

 

Location:

Humane Society 

3195 Dundee Rd.

Winter Haven, FL

To Sign Up for Class Call:

Humane Society at

863-324-5227

Dogs must be 14 weeks of age or older

No people or dog aggressive

dog in class.

Call Diann Andress if you think your dog may be aggressive (863-289-1138)

 Two hour Orientation for the

  9:00am and 10:30am   

Basic Good Manners classes

June 13, 2020

from 9:00am until 11:00am 

  • Please do NOT bring your

      dog to the orientation. 

  • Bring- Registration form

      printed from this website 

  • Bring-A Copy of your

      Dog's shot record

Beginner agility
to be announced 
Better Manners
&
Canine Good Citizen
Starts

June 13, 2020

12:00 pm

 

Instructor:

Diann Andress, CPDT-KA

 

Location:

Humane Society

3195 Dundee Rd.

Winter Haven, FL

To Sign Up for Class Call:

Humane Society at 

863-324-5227

No orientation for

12:00 pm class

Bring your dog to class

Bring Registration form 

Bring a Copy of your dog's

shot records 

 
Training you to Train your dog
To sign up for classes at HSPC call:
 Humane Society of Polk County
863-324-5227
Tuesday - Friday 11:30am till 6:00pm
Saturday 10:00am till 4:00pm
To Sign up for agility classes Email
  luckydogk9@gmail.com

"Look up at the stars and not down at your feet" -  Professor Stephen Hawkings 1942-2018

Positive reinforcement
force free training
No Force    No Fear    No Pain

What is positive reinforcement training?

Positive reinforcement training uses praise and/or treats or toys to reward your dog for doing something you want him to do. Because the reward makes him more likely to repeat the behavior, positive reinforcement is one of your most powerful tools for shaping or changing your dog's behavior.

 

 True positive reinforcement training use force FREE methods of teaching dogs behaviors.

 

Some trainers advertise positive reinforcement training,  however,  if they use force to teach dogs they are NOT positive trainers.

                              Websites to Visit:
 
Learn more about your dog by visiting
www.ispeakdog.org
http://stopthe77.com/
Since 77% of bites come from a dog your kids may know and love — how do you protect them? By teaching them. And by keeping your kids safe, you're keeping dogs safe too.
Children and Dogs
http://www.canismajor.com/dog/kidsdog1.html
 
Children and Dogs
http://www.canismajor.com/dog/kidsdog2.html
Children and Dogs
https://drsophiayin.com/blog/entry/kids-and-dogs-how-kids-should-and-should-not-interact-with-dogs/

 
 
Hours by Appointment

MONDAY-​SATURDAY

9am-7pm

Contact

Luckydogk9@gmail.com  
T / 863-289-1138
 

 

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