I am Debbie of The Well-Mannered Dog and I am so excited and honored to help you on this training journey. I have reserved your spot in class and so look forward to meeting you and your dog.
Here is my contact information, put it in your phone book
And I want your first class to be spectacularly successful so here is information to prepare you for your first class.
Step 1 - Down load and use this map attached map to help you find us.
Step 2 - Watch this video to understand what you will do if your dog vocalizes in class.
Step 3 - Down load this handout "What to bring to class" - start getting your training supplies together. - most supplies can be bought in class if need be.
Step 4 - Download and Read - How Dogs learn Quickly, so you better understand why we do things the way we do.
Step 5 - Download and Read - Misc. Class information - this page will help you greatly.
Step 6 - Plan when you are going do your training homework - you need about 30 minutes each day.
Step 7 - If you have not yet liked my facebook page, please, please, please click the link and like my Facebook page. The support in this group, the warmth, the connection is incredible and even if you are shy or prefer to be a lurker the amount of learning opportunity there is amazing. So don’t forget, go ahead and click and like my facebook page.
If your dog does not finish its meals within 5 minutes - Download and Read "Money in the bank" and implement that training now.
Arriving at Class
We value your time so we do start class on time.
Arrive 5-10 minutes early. This is enough time for your dog to settle in but you won't disturb the class before you.
The door is unlocked 10 minutes before the start of class.
When you arrive, I will then have you drape your leash onto the ground and step on it as close to your dog as possible. This will enable me to check your supplies without your dog jumping on me.
Ok, that is it. If you have any questions at all be sure to give me a call @ 541-603-6868 or e-mail me at email@example.com. I can’t wait to meet you and your dog.