Do you have a dog who acts reactive or aggressive towards humans or other dogs?
If your dogs aggression and reactivity issues have become more than you can handle you will want to join us at the Omaha Riverfront at 11 AM on Saturday, August 18th where Dog Behavior Expert David Codr will be hosting a free dog behavior workshop: “Helping Aggressive Dogs” presented by Dog Gone Problems and Omaha Dog Park Advocatesfeaturing adoptable dogs from our friends at Hands, Hearts and Paws!
Please share this event with anyone who has aggression issues.
Codr has REHABILITATED THOUSANDS OF DOGS IN ONLY ONE VISIT using Dog Psychology, positive reinforcement and many of the same communication cues dogs use with one another.
In this 30-minute workshop, David will share dog training secrets and behavior tips to help curb your dogs reactive and aggressive tendencies. With the right approach and technique, even aggressive and reactive dogs can learn to get along with other dogs and humans. Each workshop includes a Q&A section at the end where you can ask your own dog question.
In addition to our main topic, Dog Gone Problems will be also be holding a workshops specifically for kids. In this special child-driven workshop our goal is to teach children how dogs say please and thank you and learn the best way to approach and pet a dog as well as things to never do with a dog.
The riverfront is a very dog friendly place, but if your dog is aggressive or reactive, please let your furry friend stay at home as we are expecting a big crowd.
There is no seating but a nice well maintained lawn to sit on. We suggest you bring a lawn chair, something to drink and paper and pen as you will want to take down all the amazing dog training tips and secrets David will be sharing.
The workshop starts at 11 AM. The first 30 minutes will feature tips and secrets to help fido stop their barking and we will wrap things up with a Q&A session.
We would like to thank Dogtopia as well as MOMAHA.COMand Bucky’s for sponsoring this event and helping you to help your dog.
You can attend for free if you RSVP in advance at http://www.doggoneproblems.com/rsvp/
We look forward to seeing you Saturday, August 18th.