International Dog Trainer & Lecturer Grisha Stewart in Mentor May 7th

International Dog Trainer Grisha Stewart Lectures in Mentor May 7th

Do you have an adolescent pooch who is suddenly fearful, reactive or has just otherwise seemed to have changed overnight?  Lecturer Grisha Stewart will be presenting Behavior Adjustment Training (BAT) a technique she developed to rehabilitate and prevent fear, aggression, and frustration issues in adolescent dogs. The Troubled Teens program uses BAT and other dog-friendly techniques to help adolescent dogs gain confidence, focus, and self-control.

This workshop is Monday May 7th from 1:30pm-4:30pm at Digging Dogs Training Center in Mentor.  CEU's have been assigned for Trainers, but the workshop is also designed for pet owners who want to learn more about their "troubled doggy teen."  A fee is charged for attendence.  Contact Digging Dogs for more info.

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Joe Strailey April 23, 2012 at 04:23 PM
Very cool!!


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