Here’s what we’ve got coming up:
April 27th, 9:00 am – Basic
April 27th, 10:10 am – Distract-a-Doggie/Rally-O
April 27th, 12:30 pm – Intermediate
April 27th, 12:30 pm – Advanced
Here’s a link to our Class Schedules!
See you in class!
Recently I was able to wrangle three Golden Retriever puppies to compare and contrast their differing colors.
For some time, I have noticed Golden Retrievers are turning up in some very different colors.
Until now I have not had all three colors in the same class.
However, in a recent Basic class I was able to wrangle three Golden Retriever puppies to compare and contrast their differing colors.
Notice (from left to right) Tucker-the-Cream, Redgie-the-Red, and of course Willow-the-Golden.
We will probably have to wait a decade or two before we know how this is going to turn out.
But in the meantime, here is some three-colored Golden-puppy play.
Our puppy pre-school is a fantastic class, but it’s so much easier to show a video of what it’s all about rather than describe it in words.
Whenever I get a call from an owner with a new puppy in their house the conversation nearly always turns to me describing what the Three Dogs Training Puppy Pre-School is like.
I’ll step them through the incredible importance of early, positive socialization to puppies, how structured play and regular breaks in that play helps to form and cement a bond a trust between you and the new puppy, and walk them through the skills I teach in the class, but invariably that talk gets interrupted by the barking, crazy puppy on the other end of the line.
As I’ve said before, a picture – or movie! – is worth a thousand words on my part, so without further ado here’s the Three Dogs Training Puppy Pre-School as demonstrated by Bowie, Tucker, and our very own Pinball:
Let us know what you think!
Nose work is a hugely popular, but it’s difficult to quickly explain what it’s all about so we made two movies to let Edna and Pi show you.
One of the most frequent inquiries I get is to explain what our nose work classes are all about.
Telling folks that it’s about building the drive to search for scent, creating targets that are smaller and smaller, or telling them that it’s about teaching the dog enough self-confidence to be able to work on their own with no direction from their owner typically doesn’t give them the answer that they’re looking for.
Falling back on the idea that a picture – or movie! – is worth a thousand words on my part, let’s have Edna and Pi show you what it’s all about.
A little bit of background: both Edna and Pi are in the Three Dogs Training Nose Work III class, and in these videos are looking for an anise-scented target that’s been concealed in a small plastic egg with a couple small holes drilled in it.
Let us know what you think!
Ever wonder what our Tricks & Clicks class is like? Rather than take our word that it’s silly, great fun – how about a movie?
Ever wonder what our Tricks and Clicks class is like? We think it’s a huge amount of fun, but rather than take our word for it how about taking a look for yourself?
The setup for this movie is that, during class, I took out a toy that Pinball’s never seen – a skateboard – and am clicker-training him to figure out what to do with it:
Sure, it’s a silly movie but it made us laugh. Let us know what you think!