November – December News  

Hello! Welcome to our last newsletter of 2018. We hope you enjoy it.

 

SFDC Meetups are fun! Come out and practice your dog handling & communication skills and meet other past & present members of the Pooch Coach Pack. Our next Meetup with FREE training tips, behavior help, treats and socialization practice is:

 

Saturday, Nov 3rd, 2018 @ 12 noon – 1:30 PM
at Christopher Playground in SF.

 

Free demos, advice & treats from The Pooch Coach!

 

Learn a new trick or 2. Have a question about your dog’s behavior?  The Pooch Coach will be offering free 1-1 advice to attendees.   It’s a great way to practice your dog’s greeting skills with other dogs as well as with humans… All overseen by an expert canine behaviorist.

 

Agenda for the Meetup: 
Please be on time so you do not miss the exercises!

 

NOTE – This is the last Meetup of 2018!!
This event is for past and current Pooch Coach clients only.  (Look for another open Meetup early next year).

 

Agenda for the Meetup:
Please be on time so you do not miss the exercises! 

 

12:00 – 12:30  Polite dog greetings.
We will continue the exercises of walking our dogs by other dogs to practice calmness & not reacting.

 

12:30 – 1:00  One-on-one coaching for Pooch Coach Clients.

 

1:001:45  Agility equipment & coaching.  Let’s play!

All SF Dog Connectors Meetup attendees get free samples of Charlee Bear Dog treats for their pooch!  

charlee bear dog treats sf dog connectors meetup


Here’s a video showing an exercise from a previous Meetup…
Check it out to see the kinds of fun & helpful things we do.

Click on picture above, or  to see video.

 

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Please “like” our Facebook page or visit us at Meetup.com to ensure you don’t miss future events.

Holiday tips for your dog

Holidays are great, but sometimes they can be stressful for people. And, of course, that stress can be passed on to our pets. We can also get distracted with everything that is going on, and neglect our pups a bit. It’s important to remember that dogs don’t understand why things are different and you need to be sensitive to that – especially if it’s one of their first holidays with you. If anything, we might need to do more walking and training to keep them happy and calm.

 

So, no matter how busy you get, make sure you still make time to exercise your pup. Also, keep in mind training and manners when you have guests. It’s a great time to practice friendly greetings for delivery people as well as friends and family. Have your dog sit to get petted for everyone’s safety.

 

See my article with a list of quick tips here:

 


 Want more free tips?

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And click here to visit our award winning blog with more tips on all sorts of topics that will help you with your pup. 


 

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Happy Holidays!

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-Beverly Ulbrich,  The Pooch Coach www.poochcoach.com