Establishing good communication with your dog

April 13, 2009 12:00:00 AM PDT
Your pooch is a member of the family, but sometimes behavioral issues can cause you to question just who is in control. We took a trip to Dairydell Canine in Petaluma to meet a woman who has made making the most of your relationship her life's mission and giving simple tips that you can start using today.

Tips:

  • Learn how to stop your pooch from "jumping on guests."
  • Learn the use of "quiet control."
  • Learn why dogs "need a leader."

For more information, visit www.dairydellcanine.com

About Dairydell Canine:
Dairydell Canine Doggie Dude Ranch and Training Center, located on a 120-acre dairy farm in the rolling hills of Sonoma County's wine country, recently won the 2008 Best of Petaluma Award for dog training by the U.S. Local Business Association (USLBA). From drop-in "Puppy Manners" classes to weeks-long live-in training programs like "The Ultimate Dog," to boarding, daycare, camp-like activities such as swimming, herding sheep or playing Frisbee, Dairydell has achieved a reputation of excellence through its unique and much-acclaimed program of natural dog training, and it's ample boarding facilities.

Workshop: Dairydell Canine is proud to sponsor a workshop on CPR and first aid for dogs and cats.

Sunday, April 19, 2009
9:00 - 1:00
$65/person
Includes $10 Boarding Coupon for later use!

Dairydell Canine
Doggie Dude Ranch & Training Center
2575 Adobe Road
Petaluma, CA
Register Now!
(707) 762-6111

Learn how to save your pet's life! Peter Pay, certified instructor by the American Health and Safety Institute, will present a 4-hour course that will include a lecture and hands-on practice of First Aid and CPR techniques, using "resus-a-dog" and "resus-a-cat" mannequins. Vital first-aid for common canine and feline emergencies will be covered, with instruction in what to do before you get to the vet. What you learn in this class may save your pet's life and result in a quicker, more complete recovery.

Participants who complete this course will receive a Pet First Aid Certificate of Completion and a Pet First Aid Student Booklet from the American Health and Safety Institute.

Do bring a jacket and a snack, but please do NOT bring your dog.


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