Animal shelter to host dog training classes

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Animal Friends of the Valleys (AFV) is hosting Homeskooling 4 Dogs classes for those who want to learn how to train their dog to achieve control and cooperation. Classes will be held on Jan. 20, Jan. 27 and Feb. 3 from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Animal Friends of the Valleys Shelter, 33751 Mission Trail, Wildomar. The cost is $35; free for those who have adopted a pet from AFV in the past 90 days.

The class will cover:

  • Common behavior problems
  • Proper equipment evaluation/ selection
  • Understanding training differences with breeds or breed types
  • Common training mistakes
  • The five foundational elements for successful training

Homeskooling 4 Dogs classes are for those who are seriously committed to learning how to lead, care and connect with their dog to achieve control & cooperation, not submission. The classes are designed to be fun and educational. All training is designed to give the pet owner greater control and understanding of their dog.

Aggressive dogs will not be permitted in this class. Dogs that have attacked another dog or human, or do not permit the owners to handle, groom, or check their teeth should not participate in the group classes. Private evaluations, consultations and training are offered for these types of dogs.

For more information, visit homeskooling4dogs.com. To register for classes, email help@homeskooling4dogs.com. Payment will be accepted in class. Cash, checks and credit cards are accepted. Class size will be limited.

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  • Richard sung

    I think this is awesome and is definitely a boon to us dog lovers who want to see and explore the world with our canine besties! Although the caveat being that the dog cannot be too aggressive.

    For those who want to participate in this program but believe that their own pup may not qualify should really check our Doggy Dan’s Dog Training Course which you can find at: https://www.dogloversunite.win/DogAggression. If you want more information, let me know or visit that link!

    Best wishes to you and your doggy friend!