babyBRATS class 1

 

designed for your adolescent dog

(5 months – 2 years of age)

No Prerequisite

 

Whether you are already taking an obedience class or not, this is a great class for young dogs. It’s our survival skills for adolescent dogs and their families!

This class is specifically designed for helping young dogs, with a focus on developing impulse control, attention, confidence and basic manners. With these foundation skills, you and your young dog will be better-equipped to be successful in your training and everyday life!

  • develop attention and focus
  • build a reliable recall
  • teach the skills for loose leash walking
  • develop polite and skilled social behaviour
  • socialization and play sessions

Enjoy the benefits of being in a small class with an experienced, certified trainer.

 

Set of 6

$190 & tax

 

Upcoming Classes

 

Saturdays 10:30 – 12:00   (6 sessions)      

June 3, 10, 17, 24  July 8, 15      No class Canada Day weekend

 

babyBRATS class 2

 

designed for your adolescent dog

(7 months – 2 years of age)

Prerequisite; babyBRATS 1

 

This class is intended for young dogs who have successfully completed babyBRATS 1. Along with a continued focus on developing impulse control, attention, confidence and social skills, we will also introduce 2 brand new behaviours and learn new skills for leash walking and recalls.

  • build better attention and focus
  • make your recall more reliable
  • learn new skills for loose leash walking
  • continue developing polite and skilled social behaviour
  • socialization and play sessions

Enjoy the benefits of being in a small class with an experienced, certified trainer.

 

Set of 6

$190 & tax

 

Upcoming Classes

 

Saturdays 1:00 – 2:30   (4 sessions)    

June 10, 24,  July 8, 15      Special summer session – 4 classes    $150 & tax

 

More info

Adolescence can be a challenging time for both dogs and their families.

Our babyBRATS class caters to the special needs of this age group.

We will help you teach your dog a useful variety of skills; including:
-being comfortable with being handled and moved
-developing a gentle mouth and taking care when interacting with people
-to Come when called
-develop Focus and Attention in the face of daily distractions
-walking politely on leash, including in the presence of other dogs

As a handler, you’ll learn:
-the very latest in positive reinforcement training techniques and information on dog behaviour
-how to make the most of your training time
-techniques for helping your dog through puppy and adolescent fear periods, or if your dog is on the shy side or needs help with fearful objects or situations
-mental stimulation exercises to help create a happy, relaxed and balanced dog
-learning to recognize signs of stress in dogs

adolescent dog

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1367 Mckeen Ave

North Van, BC

V7P 3H9

Open Tuesday – Friday

7am – 6pm

 

604-990-3640