Interested in learning about how to 'dog'?
Learn the basics about Operant and Classical Conditioning and how to apply those theories and methods to your dog's behaviour.
This is great for people thinking about getting a dog or for new dog owners who need some extra support.
Why does rover bark on leash, or scratch when excited, or bark when you are holding the treat, or pee on the carpet, or eat the wall when you leave, or can't calm down, or pulls constantly on leash?
We can help you find your answers.
Walks don't have to be stressful.
Does your dog bark and lose it on leash? Was your dog transitioning from an off-leash play group? Is your dog developing some emotional regulation issues on leash? Is your dog displaying signs of anxiety and frustration?
On-leash walking is important. It offers a vastly different experience than off-leash directed (or often undirected) play.
Where is all of this anxiety and frustration coming from and how do you help your dog regulate their emotions? How do you encourage your dog and reward them when they self-soothe? How do you even recognise when they try to calm down?!
We've got you.
Puppies are a lot of work.
In this class we address the following:
Furniture, is it allowed?
Leash Manners and what walks are for.
Walking Tools (the dos and the absolutely don'ts)
...And a few other tidbits. This course is a good way to prepare you for-- arguably-- one of the most rewarding relationships in your life.
In this short and affordable class, we go through the basic things you need to know about dogs.
Often times, dogs need help with learning limits and clear boundaries so they can have a successful adoption and integration into a forever family.
in this course we address practical things like: walking tools, bark inhibition, feeding, small or big dog... and so much more.
We know you have questions.
Why does your dog always scratch when you say it's time for a car ride?
What's the difference between set feeding times and free-feeding?
Why should puppies not wear harnesses?
Why do my dog's feet smell like Doritos?
Why does my dog paw at me when they want attention?
What kind of food is best?
Why does my dog bark at the doorbell?
You've got questions.
We've got answers.
Being a dog walker is a dream job.
In our industry, it's our job to provide high quality mental and physical exercise. I mean, you could just shove a bunch of dogs in your car and drive off to a dog park for the morning like so many others if you wanted to, I guess.
There's currently no regulation in the pet services industry and bwd is creating some based on science and safety. This certificate will instantly make you legit.
bwd can teach you how to do this job responsibly and to the maximum benefit of your dogs and the humans they watch over.
Available for everyone (within our service area)!
How do you teach a dog to walk on leash without pulling or barking? How do we maintain good habits? Would you like to maintain consistency to help develop healthy habits?
We can help with that.
This option provides enough time for dogs who have difficulties staying focused and bark at other dogs/kids/cars on leash. When you're walking do you get flustered? Don't know how to stop your dog from embarrassing you?
We can definitely help with that.
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