This workshop is designed for pet owners, professionals, competitors, rescues, and trainers who would like to advance their dog’s skills in obedience to effectively create appropriate default behaviors, interrupt problematic behavior chains, and work toward counter conditioning.
Both dog-dog aggression as well as dog-human aggression will be addressed.
Cost is $100/full day workshop with rescue discounts given for two or more attending from the same organization.
Hydro’s Journey: Part IV
Hydro is now developing quite a following, and since writing Parts I-III, he has made tremendous progress!
This next segment will outline the trip back from Tennessee, and his first week home.
Picking up from Part III where we left off, Hydro had bitten four handlers in six months time. Three of the four required an ER visit and sutures, as well as near choke outs to diffuse the situation. The police canine broker was kind enough to agree to house Hydro for nearly a month, as I was unable to get away from my business until such time. Flying via air was not an option, as it would require him to be handled for a veterinary visit and health certificate, as well as transporting him to the airport. Nowadays, one must get the dog out of the crate at the airport so that TSA can inspect the crate, and due to Hydro’s recent issues this wasn’t an option. Continue reading