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DOGGIE DOOR MANNERS
Training With Respect & Understanding
Polite Sit to Greet - Doggie Door Manners Class
This 3 session class indoors in Diamond Springs will guide you through the steps
of building a reliable and polite sit in your dog. No more embarrassing jumping up
with dirty paws when friends come over. No more pawing at you to get your
attention. Help your dog learn that it is wonderful to sit to meet and greet people!

This class is geared to dogs who are enthusiastically jumping up and happy to meet people.
Please
contact us if your dog is fearful and/or aggressive and we will help.
Instructor: Cherie Maitland   3 Wks, Max 5 Dogs, $88

  • 12/10 - 1/7, Sat Noon - 12:45pm  Skip 12/24 & 31
  • 2/21 - 3/7, 2017 Tues 5:15 - 6pm
  • To be announced

Want to Save $10 on this class? See below about purchasing the
DOGGIE DOOR MANNERS Training Article
Purchase a helpful two & half page
DOGGIE DOOR MANNERS step-by-step
training article. Cost is $5 paid online and
you will receive an email with a pdf
attachment.

This will entitle you to purchase a DOGGIE
DOOR MANNERS phone consult or online
Skype Lesson at
half price of $15 - savings
of $15.

You can also receive
$10 off  the 3 session
Polite Sit to Greet - Doggie Door Manners
class
in Diamond Springs. See above for the
schedule.












In Order to save the $10 on the 3 session Doggie Door
Manners Class, you must first purchase the $5 article.
Please include the email address you want to use to receive the
Doggie Door Manners article in the NOTES to SELLER.


Call with any questions: Cherie Maitland ~ 209-304-5139
or 530-622-7877
EXCERPT FROM TRAINING ARTICLE:

"Dogs can have such a wide range of responses when people
come to visit. From the timid, frightened dog to the territorial
protector or the friendly “I want to jump on your head to greet
you!” All dogs need to be taught proper meet and greet
behaviors. This article is geared to training the dog who is
happy that company has arrived. Please
contact me if you
need help with more serious behavioral issues such as fear or
territorial aggression at the door.

So company is coming and you know that your dog is going to
be a handful and maybe even an embarrassment! This is not
the time to start training, since this situation would be one of
the most difficult. Kindergarten must come before high school -
so your dog needs to be taught the basic skills first. Here are
some steps to teach basic skills leading up to good doggie
door manners."

The rest of the article outlines - in an easy to read step-by-
step process - how to train your dog to sit to politely greet you
and others..
MORE INFO ON CLASS REGISTRATION:

If you are registering online for the POLITE SIT TO GREET -
Doggie Door Manners class, please make sure that you add notes
to the seller:
  • The start date you want,
  • Dog's age and breed,
  • Phone number and  
  • Please bring your registration form to class.

You can also
mail in a registration form with a check.
Info/address is on the registration form. To print a class
registration form
click here.
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