Dear Dog Training Enthusiast,
Make it your NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION to commit to one of the best investments that will give you the most terrific return over and over and over again.
Join us as we start the New Year off right in our indoor Puppy and Family Dog Training classesin west Redding. We are grateful to the First Christian Church on Placer and Buena Ventura for allowing us the use of their multi-purpose/youth room.
Both Puppy and Family Dog Training classes will meet twice weekly on Mondays and Thursdays for 3 weeks for a total of 6 classes. Class Dates:
7:00 p.m. Family (Ages approximately 6 months and older)
Puppies: DHLP-Parvo – at least first 2 sets, & Bordetella
Dogs 6 mos & older: DHLP-Parvo, Rabies & Bordetella
PLEASE NOTE – Class Location:First Christian Church, 3590 Placer St., Redding, (We strongly suggest during daylight hours you drive by the location and familiarize yourself with the entrance as it can be tricky at night)
Class Fee: $95 *Discounts available for: more than one dog in the family when both take the class together with two handlers; OR “bring a friend & their dog”; OR those who are repeating the class to brush up on skills.
Please remember to mail a COPY OF YOUR VACCINATION RECORDSwith your registration form and payment to: Attn: Kathy Dunn, K9 Kelts Dog Training P.O. BOX 494694, REDDING, CA 96049-4694 THANK YOU!
For more information please call Kathy Dunn at 356-8286. We look forward to having you and your dog in class. And be sure to visit the website www.trainyourdogmonth.com for training tips and information.
Here are the three things to Register for Class that you will need:
Kathy Dunn, Certified Dog Trainer, AKC CGC Evaluator & Trainer,
Phone: (530) 356-8286 Member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainer Graduate & Mentor of Animal Behavior College
Use this Contact Form if you have any questions…
Here it is already December. Time flies when you are having fun.
I am busy as ever enjoying my new dog training jobs. Yes, I am still working for Cari Bowe at Shasta Dog Training and I am also working for Pro K9 Academy and the National Institute of Diabetic Alert Dogs.
Cari and I just finished up another AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy Class with 10 playful puppies. What a blast! We ran a new format of twice-a-week classes for a total of 6 classes. It was great to see those puppies progress to walking on a loose leash, doing sits, downs, coming when called, not jumping, leaving forbidden objects alone and all around good manners. We look forward to offering more classes in January.
Since I began working for Pro K9/Ntl Inst. of Diabetic Alert Dogs, we have placed 4 dogs already and several more will be going out hopefully by Christmas. These dogs are awesome! They are consistently alerting when a diabetic person has low and/or high blood sugar, including going with kids to school, riding in the backseat of a car, waking up owners in the middle of the night and more!
On a sad note… my much loved Sheltie, Patrick Ryan, crossed over the Rainbow Bridge at the end of November. I miss him terribly. Some days are sadder than others, especially when I got the email from Petco of a birthday reminder for him. He would have been 11 years old. I still have my Sheltie, Dani Joy and my Italian Greyhound, Skippy. They both are still as spunky and spoiled as ever.
On a more upbeat note, I finally got my graduation certificate from the Animal Behavior College and I graduated with honors and “officially” I am a Certified Dog Trainer.