Dogs living in Boston, need a set of special skills as they navigate the mean streets of Boston. Well, OK, the streets are not that mean, but to a young pup or dog new to the city, the streets can be pretty intimidating. In addition to the hustle and bustle of cars and people, your dog will cross paths with many other dogs. For many dog owners, these quick meet and greets with other dogs can be challenging, as some dogs can be aggressive with each other without apparent reason. You can rest assured there is always a reason.
The owners of Pawsh have organized a couple of training sessions on Tuesday March 30th, 2010 to get you and your Boston dog on the right path to acclimating your dog to life in the city of Boston.
The Pawsh Boutique in Boston’s Back Bay is hosting Spring Training at Camp Pawsh with dog trainer Tom Roderick of WalkyWalk.
Report to Camp Pawsh with your pup for an evening of Spring Training!
Limited space available. Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org or through Facebook
Dog Trainer Tom Roderick of WalkyWalk will cover all the bases:
• Acclimating dogs to city life
• Dealing with aggression issues
• Alternate ways to teach common commands
Tom Roderick will also conduct a Q & A to help dog owners improve their game.