Basic Manners Mon 8:15pm

 

Date:
Time:
8:15 PM - 9:10 PM
Location:
The HSHV Education Center

Basic Manners

shepherd1Basic Manners teaches people how to maintain control of their dog through safe, positive, on and off leash handling.  Everyone has seen the dog who behaves in their home but struggles out in the real world when they see another person, dog or squirrel.  Basic class teaches handlers how to keep their dog focused and in control even the most highly distracting environments.  Basic class teaches people how to motivate their dogs to be excited to work for and with them in all situations. It’s the difference between having a dog who only listens when you have a treat or force them and having a dog who can’t wait for you to give them a command.  We teach people how to naturally motivate their dogs to love working for their owners in all situations!

Is Basic Manners Class for me and my dog?

Does your dog need to work on some, well . . . basic manners, such as sit, loose leash walking, greeting guests, coming when called, or stay through distractions?   Is he or she months or older and people and dog friendly?  If so, this class is for you!  

Behaviors covered:

Sit | Down | Watch | Come | Stay | Leave it | Loose-leash walking | Anti-jumping | Wait

Cost:  $159

Class Schedule:

This class will run for six sessions on Mondays from 8:15 to 9:10pm, in the Education Center at HSHV. 3100 Cherry Hill Rd., Ann Arbor, MI  48105

You are expected to attend all 6 classes.  Refunds will not be given for missed classes.

  • September 18 - Orientation Class - Please do not bring your dog to the first class
  • September 25
  • October 2
  • October 9
  • October 16
  • October 23-Basic Manners Graduation!
  • October 30- Make Up Class if scheduled

Please check your email before coming to each class.  Any class cancelations will be sent via email as soon as possible.  A make up class will be scheduled for cancelled classes.

We're sorry, the deadline for registering for this event has passed.

All images and photographs are courtesy of HSHV staff and Jeffrey E. Roush of Two Cat Studios.