Jan 6 2009

Start the New Year off right with a training class for your puppy or dog!

Does your Rover roll over – but have a hard time sitting and staying? Is your Princess putting paw prints where she shouldn’t? Is Lucky pushing his luck?

Whether it’s general obedience, puppy classes, or more targeted training such as jumping, barking, or reactivity, Wayside Waifs is here to help you make a lifetime of loving memories with your pet! Through our Companion Training Solutions Program, our certified trainers will help you create a lasting bond with your canine companion.

This January, we invite you to attend one of our Meet the Trainer Q&A sessions, which are offered every Sunday at 2 p.m., or register for Puppy 1 or Basic Dog training classes.

January 2009 Training Classes

Meet the Trainer Q&A

Free to the public!
Date: Sunday, January 11, 2009
Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Repeats every Sunday

Wayside trainers will answer your puppy, dog or other issues with your pet. This is primarily an owner-only session, but please let us know if you want to bring your dog or puppy! If you wish to attend, please RSVP to Skip@DaigerDogTraining.com

Puppy 1

6 sessions, $85
(Next class begins Thursday, January 8, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.)

We will help you build a strong relationship with your new puppy based on trust and cooperation. Puppy classes are an indispensable foundation for the rest of your dog’s life.  All training is gentle and fun, and you will learn how to help your puppy blend into your family. Puppies must be 8 to 20 weeks old with proof of vaccination history (puppies are required to be vaccinated every 3 to 4 weeks until 20 weeks of age).

Click here
to learn more about topics covered in Puppy 1 and how to register for this or future classes.

Basic Dog

6 sessions, $100
(Next class begins January 8 – Thursdays, 8-9 p.m.)

This is as a basic pet owner course spanning 5 weeks with a maximum of 5 dogs per class. You and your dog will learn basic commands, and the class will also try to address any individual behavior issues that you may be experiencing with your dog. Dogs must be over 6 months of age. Proof of vaccinations required.

Click here to learn more about Basic Dog and how to register.

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