Wednesday, January 13 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm ~ at HOME!
Ask anything! Drop-in, online, open-ended time to ask your pressing dog-related questions.
Join us for a fun, fast-paced, slightly irreverent, highly informative, 90-minute drop-in session with Laurel Saville of Speak Dog Training. Wondering why Max only comes when he “feels like it”? Is Luna still having accidents? Chester can’t be crated? Scout has started growling at kids? Aging Archer is acting weird? Are you tired of feeling embarrassed, confounded, provoked, and maybe even outsmarted by Stella? These quarterly judgement-free sessions are the place to learn new things, ask questions, get answers, and get back on track with your canine companion.
Laurel Saville is a certified, professional dog trainer with a certificate in Applied Animal Behavior. Her specialty is teaching humans of all ages how to better understand and communicate with the dogs in their lives. Laurel has volunteered with several rescues and shelters, taken specialized training in modifying aggression, led a team working with shy and fearful dogs at the Seattle Animal Shelter, and actively pursues ongoing professional education. An engaging, informative, and entertaining instructor, she’s committed to helping her students have more fun and fulfilling relationships with their dogs.
This class will be presented via Zoom, so you can enjoy it from the comfort of home! This class is FREE. Registration is required. Registrants will receive a link to the Zoom meeting in the days before the event.