by: Dee Ganley and Nancy Lyon, Upper Valley Humane Society 03/05 Shy dogs are an especially difficult challenge in the shelter environment because it is so hard for them to establish trust. We have found that teaching these dogs to target our hand can help many shy dogs develop confidence with people fairly quickly. You can’t begin to try this method until there is at least one person (staff or volunteer) the shy dog has a little trust in. Target …
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Which Class is Best for Me and My Dog?
Watch the following videos and Jodi Kellar will explain the courses and classes for all levels of training,
obedience and agility and rally options for you and your dog.
Young Puppy Classes
Classes for puppies up to 1 year old including prerequisites needed for further training and obedience or sport classes.
Older Puppy and Dog Classes
Basic obedience class for dogs over 6 months old focusing on manners and basic impulse control for your young dog.
Continuing Training to strengthen the bond with advanced sports training, agility, tricks, dancing and more!