10 Dog Training Tips
Training is ongoing process

1.)   Listen to your dog - learn to read their body language as it is their way of communicating
2.)   Be generous with your affection - let them know when they have been good
3.)   Freedom - give it when it is earned and not before they are ready
4.)   Tell them what you want them to do - they can't read your mind
5.)   Be consistent - it is important not to send them mixed messages
6.)   Have realistic expectations - success takes time
7.)   Don't underestimate the benefits of high quality food for a happy and healthy dog
8.)   You get what you reinforce not necessarily what you want
9.)   Vary your rewards - treats, praise and touch are all rewards to a dog
10.) Practice training as part of their everyday routine (on a walk, at the park, etc.)

Annual Training
Rattlesnake Aversion

For those dog owners who live in rattlesnake country, the season has started early with the warm winter weather. It is recommended that you annually take a rattlesnake aversion class to ensure that your pet remains safe. The aversion training is highly effective. Max has personally taken the class and it worked well!

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Upcoming Events
Come meet Max and Luther...

Unleashed - Long Beach, - March 7th
SD Humane Society Adoption event - Ocean Beach - March 8th
SD Humane Society Doggie Caf� - Oceanside - March 13th
Barnes and Noble - Escondido - March 14th
SD Humane Society Doggie Caf� - San Diego - March 27th
Unleashed - San Clemente - March 28th
Barnes and Noble - Calabasas - April 4th
American Family Pet Expo - Costa Mesa - April 10th-12th
Pupologie Yappie Hour - Encinitas - April 16th
Barnes and Noble - Santee - April 25th
Barnes and Noble - Burbank - July 26th

For more details: Check out our event page on the website: Events