Next meeting on 2/25/20, Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Group Training - When and What We Learn
6:00pm to 7:00pm
These are some of the commands we learn:
- “Watch me”
- Automatic Sit for Greeting
- Entrance Manners
- Leash Walking
- Wait to be Fed
- Leave It
What You Need to Know
Course Requirements: Harness & Treat Bag (available for purchase $50 for both)
6 Week Package: $225 Start on any lesson & complete in 6 consecutive weeks
Single Class Rate: $50 (Must schedule and confirm availability in advance)
About our Trainer:
Carrie Seay, MS-CABAC & CBCC-KA
Carrie has always had a passion for working with animals. Her first job was at a veterinary hospital where she worked her way up from a kennel assistant to a vet technician. She worked various animal related jobs as she worked her way through college earning a Bachelors Degree in Biology. After college, she moved into a sales role for veterinary and pharmaceutical supplies, and had the opportunity to further her education where she then earned her Master’s Degree in Companion Animal Behavior Analysis and Counseling (MS-CABAC). She has become a Certified Behavior Consultant (CBCC-KA), Fear Free Certified Professional – level 2, and has earned a Low Stress Handling – Silver Certificate. Carrie follows Pet Dog Ambassador training principles and techniques which promotes positive reinforcement and no shock, no pain, no choke, no fear, no physical force, ever. Carrie’s true passion is educating owners about animal behavior and the importance of proper socialization. Using force-free, scientifically optimized methods, Carrie is able to help owners work through behavioral issues using low stress handling techniques, and methods to help reduce stress in all situations for pets.
Location: USDoodles (Central Phoenix)
Lily is a F1B Standard Goldendoodle. Parents are Lily and Regal. She started training at 13 weeks and gained confidence week after week. We are excited to see her practice what she learned. Congratulations Lily it was a joy to have you.
Halle is a F1B mini Goldendoodle. Fred and Rose are the parents. She started training right at 6 months old. Halle was very attentive and learned commands very quickly. She love puppy play time the most and love to be chased around. Congratulations Halle! We are so happy you could join us.
Apollo is a F1B standard Goldendoodle. His parents are Violet and Dizzy. He is 10 months old and such a lovable pup. Apollo showed up every class ready to learn. He met some new friends and learned new skills. He persevered even when it was challenging with all of the distractions. Congratulations Apollo you did it!
Rooney is a F1B standard Goldendoodle. His parents are Lady and Striker. He partook in our classes at the exact same time as his brother at 13 weeks old. He had a wonderful time with everyone, but he loved learning more than anything else! He had certainly been a role model during his time here and did very well with picking up on his commands. With his studious attitude, he made an experience that will last him forever.
Barkley is a F1B standard Goldendoodle. His parents are Lady and Striker. He partook in our classes at the exact same time as his brother at 13 weeks old. He did an excellent job with training, but the way he contributed best was by getting the training started! He loved playing with everyone and broke the ice between us easily! Certainly, we all benefited from his performance and play.
Coco and Clover
Coco and Clover are F1 mini Goldendoodles. Not only are their parents Sadie (Golden Retriever) and Striker, but they are sisters from the same litter! They both had started at 13 weeks old, but they both contributed in their unique ways. Coco was the more easy going and happy go lucky of the two; whereas, Clover contributed her own refined tastes on the treats. They certainly made memories together that we all cherish!
Cosmo is a F1 Goldendoodle. His parents are Stevie and Striker. He started at 13 weeks old and did so in style! Cosmo attended classes and socialized with his fellow classmates with a lot of personality. It was as fun as it was educational for him, and we’re glad he took something from our classes that will last him a lifetime.