Dawg Manners

Does your dog need manners?


Does your dog jump on visitors, bark for attention, steal food and generally misbehave in many situations? Whether or not your dog behaves appropriately can be summed up in one word: manners.  If your dog has good manners, he or she is well-behaved, which makes life easier on everyone. If not, your dog could be exhibiting bad behavior that could negatively impact your family and, ultimately, make life difficult for all of you. If this sounds like what you are experiencing …. we can help!

Dawg Manners class teaches your dog the good manners and self-control you want him or her to have, using in-depth exercises that tackle the most common dog behavior problems. Your dog’s natural exuberance and desire to be part of everything do not have to translate into behavior problems — our Dawg Manners class will give you the tools to work with your dog to teach him or her how to behave appropriately, which will make everyone happier.

Class Covers:

  • Preventing rude behavior like nipping at people’s fingers, begging for food, and more
  • Instilling polite behavior like responding calmly to the doorbell, graciously accepting head-pats
  • Teaching self-control – from waiting at the door or in the crate to not jumping on visitors, good manners are all about this kind of self-control

Class Info:

  • Who: Any dog who you would like to improve their manners
  • Where: 30 Railroad Ave, Albany, New York

When:  Mini-class next starts:

  • Tuesday, June 25, 2024 at 7 PM
  • Thursday, July 25, 2024 at 7 PM
  • Tuesday, August 13, 2024 at 7 PM

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