Socializing Your COVID Dog
If you adopted a puppy or young adolescent dog while we have been on lockdown, or just got one recently, getting out and about in the world with your new pet has been challenging. It is still important to be introducing our puppies to their new world even with the lockdown. Now that we are looking at being able to get out again, many of us would like to take our dogs with us. That can be a scary proposition for a dog who hasn’t already been getting out of their immediate environment. In this workshop, we'll discuss some strategies and behaviors you can teach that will get your COVID dog ready to take on the world as it opens up again.
Free; register here. You'll receive a Zoom link after you sign up.
About the Instructor: CJ Hazell from Bad Dog Good Dog Trainer has been a certified pet trainer since 2010. She helps pets of all kinds who have trouble living in a human world or getting along with other household animals. While working primarily with dogs and cats, she also works with other species. In addition to behavior work, she teaches classes in both Tricks and Dog Parkour (Cats are welcome). She has even trained a trick chicken.
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