Date: June 24th 2012, 10:00am – 2:30pm
Topic: Helping rescue dogs get adopted through training and behavior modification
Details: This 4 hour seminar will cover a wide range of topics intended to help foster families train and modify behavior in rescue dogs. Through the Association of Pet Dog Trainer new program called C.L.A.S.S (Canine Life and Social Skills), dogs can earn certification proving they are good canine citizens to potential adopters. This seminar will cover the methods used to train for the CLASS certification, but also focus on how to deal with reactive and aggressive dogs in foster. We will discuss resource guarding, dog aggression and and handling issues. The end will feature a 30min Q&A on any topic. This seminar is designed to give everyone the basic tools needed to work with difficult dogs in their care.
Location:Fetch Inc Canine Education Centre, 80 Joseph Zatzman Drive, Burnside
To Register:Registration will be 25$ at the Door (20$ for ASDR Fosters)
All proceeds go to the Atlantic Small Dog Rescue
Thanks to Tristan Flynn of Golden Rule Dog Training. Please visit his website for more information: Rescue / Shelter Training Program