Spring classes-begin March 21st-click her for info
Dog training Classes are fun and friendly, all family members welcome. Great winter activity, exercising your dog's mind keeps them calmer in those months they may not be getting the exercise they need

7 Week, Beginner, Basic Manners Dog Obedience Class  Tuesday March 21st  $145.00, 6:30-7:30 PM suitable for both puppies and adult beginner dogs.

Brand New Intermediate class - TRICKS AND DANCING WITH DOGS-akes place at 7:30-8:30

Required for Intermediate class- All basic manners commands. Please call me to see if your dog is right for this class. 914 329-5902

 Puppies must have 1st two Distemper Combo vaccines. Adult dogs must be up to date on vaccines.

My Classes are fun, informative, and very positive. I joke around a lot so be prepared to laugh. You and your dog will both learn a lot. You are your dog's teacher, so practice is a must between classes. Try not to miss any classes, but if you do, call me to find out what you missed. Must be same handler throughout course, no substitute people may attend unless they have attended all along. This is for the benefit of the substitutes, not a good feeling to be lost in class and have no idea of what is going on!!

Class takes place at: Carmel High School, 30 Fair Street, Carmel, NY 10512

Outside of Room 121 in an open, corner hallway (very spacious)

Parking: Side lot

 

To register contact:

Rosey Mitchell
Director Continuing Education
(845)225-8441 Ext 450
 
Or download Registration form on-line @
 
  • You must call me after registering: 845 228-0341 or 914 329-5902 for a screening conversation..
  • Equipment required:
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  • Clicker, available in most pet shops
     
  • 6 ft. long, flat, cotton web or leather leash (no flexi leads or ropes please)
     
  • Regular collar (no choke or pinch collars please)
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  • Treat pouch -this is required, no treats in little baggies please! (Can be obtained in any pet store)
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  • Treats (no dog biscuits, please!) I recommend hot dogs, cut up into tiny pieces, place on paper towels in microwave, and nuke for 3 minutes until they dry and harden. Other recommended treats are Freeze-dried liver, Bravo Trail Mix, Stella & Chewies treats, any type (they love these)
  • Please wear flat, sensible shoes
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 E-mail me: cgdt@peoplepc.com or cgdogtraining@gmail.com  

Attention Aol users: When e-mailing me, please allow my address by putting it in your address book, or I may not be able to reply to your inquiries!!!!!! Better yet, please send me your phone number, so I can respond to your inquiry.

 

Featured dog: Italian Greyhound

These lovely little dogs are true sighthounds. This breed orginated 2,000 years ago, in Greece and Turkey. Italian Greyhound skeletons have been discovered in archaelogical digs in these countries. By the Middle Ages, this breed appeared in Southern Europe, and was a favorite of the Italians in the sixteenth century. That is how this breed acquired its name.

These dogs make great pets. Odorless, low shedding, and affectionate, they make wonderful companions. They are small enough to be lap dogs, and prefer that. They are non-aggressive,sensitive, not yappy, but must be housed indoors. They can weigh as little as 7 lbs., or as much as 14 or 15. Personally, I really love this breed. They are quick to learn, and eager to please.

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