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Kathy Sdao presents: Cujo meets Pavlov

Kathy Sdao presents: Cujo meets Pavlov

Saturday, September 26, 2015, 9am

Dizine Canine is excited to host Cujo meets Pavlov!, using classical conditioning to resolve leash aggression with Kathy Sdao, Associate CAAB and Dorothy Turley, CPDT-KA, CNWI!

Does your dog lunge, bark, snap, go berserk or just get out of control at the sight of another dog or person? Learn how to prevent trouble and turn anxiety-ridden walks into relaxing, peaceful strolls! This is a full day workshop that combines lecture on the science of classical conditioning with hands-on demonstrations using dogs that lunge, bark, or snap at other dogs. Kathy teaches how to humanely correct this behaviour, using techniques that are also applicable to dogs that display aggression to people.

Limited working spots will be available by application. 

CEU's available

Continental breakfast will be included along with refreshments throughout the day.



Date: September 26, 2015
Time: 9am to 5pm
Price: SOLD OUT!

Dizine Canine Training Centre
1730 Vernon Drive


Workshop, Sunday May 31: Parent Education

Are you expecting a baby or does your household have toddlers and young children?

Dizine Canine is excited to host a Family Paws Parent Education Workshop on Sunday May 31, 1pm to 3pm at our training facility (1730 Vernon Drive).

This workshop is presented by FPPE licensed presenter, Gail Radtke of Cedar Valley K9. We will cover two programs from Family Paws: Dogs & Storks® for expecting families with dogs as they prepare for life with a baby, and Dogs & Toddlers for families with dogs and babies who are soon to be crawling or walking.

Some topics covered:

  • Tips to begin preparing with your family dog for life with baby
  • Must-know information for expecting parents with dogs
  • Practical solutions: you can have fun while your dog learns!
  • Education on dog body language that will enhance your bond and success
  • Advice about common trouble spots between toddlers and dogs in a home
  • Insight into how your changing family dynamics may affect your dog
  • Practical solutions, from activities to include your dog to daily routines and management

There is no charge for this workshop, however, space is limited.

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