Have you ever had a Monday through Friday job that you hated? Did you dread getting out of bed Monday morning? Sometimes Sunday nights can start getting depressing. Then pretty soon just waking up on Sunday knowing it’s your last day off can also get depressing. After a while you might even start dreading Sundays on Saturday night.
Friday, October 28, 2011
Saturday, October 1, 2011
A kinder, gentler way to handle your dog's behavior issues
Brought to you by Puddin's Training Tips
Class is scheduled for 1 hour and 15 minutes and the format will be determined by the desires of the participants - question/answer, guided discussion or prepared lecture. This is an information only class. Please do not bring pets to class.
Everyone is invited but parents who live with dogs who might have aggression or biting issues should consult a professional. This class will also cover what to look for when choosing a professional.
Class starts at noon at the Semmes Library. The training room holds about 35 people and the seats are first come, first serve. The doors will open at 11:30 AM for anyone who wants to arrive early to ensure a seat.
Although seats are first come, first serve, anyone wanting to RSVP can do so by clicking here or entering a note in the comments section below (not required). This would give me an idea of how many people to expect. Also, if you enter your email in either the facebook event or the comments section below, I'll be able to email you with updates, last minute changes or a cancellation if that should happen.
Note that the even will be canceled in the even of inclement weather. And could be canceled for other reasons.
For directions to the Library, click here
Please check this link for last minute changes right before attending class
For more details, please click here
Lack of Potty Training is #1 Killer of Pet Dogs
Ian Dunbar says that dogs who are not potty trained get relegated to the backyard. Backyard dog develop a myriad of behavior problems because of social isolation. These dogs eventually wind up in kill shelters.
So how do we potty train our dogs so they can live inside with the family? For details, click here
Posted by Puddin at 5:03 PM