Free Dog Training Event
Come learn all about how you can gain a better controlled walk!
Want to join a group of dog lovers who want to improve their leadership?
Want to gain better control of your dog on the walk?
Want to connect with your local dog trainer?
If you answered yes, then this is the event for you!
Come join us for a relaxing and enjoyable walk with our dogs along beautiful local surroundings.
Join a group of like-minded dog owners who want to practice their leadership and dog handling skills. We practice a structured walk which consists of no pulling, constant sniffing, marking, or other naughty behaviors. We are working towards a calm controlled walk and it’s ok if your dog is naughty, we are making ourselves available to help people just like you!
Want to learn how to better handle your dog? Or just want to come practice? All are welcome so long as they follow a few rules so we can be sure all are safe and get the most out of the walk.
You can expect encouragement, support, and safe structured socialization. Chloe, the head trainer, will be there to guide and offer tips as well.
While some attendees are clients, we welcome newcomers who are interested in learning about the structured walk. If you want to join be sure to fill out the form to register so we know you’re coming.
Please review the rules to ensure safety during our group walk.
All handlers must have decent control of their dog and have one dog per handler.
Date: Saturday March 7, 2020
Location: Frank G. Bonelli Park 120 East Via Verde San Dimas, CA 91773
Parking: See MAP for parking suggestions. Free parking is outside the park in the carpool lot or the industrial building lots.
Details and Rules: Register Required through the form below.
- NO flexi leashes or long lines
- All dogs must be on secure leashes and collars to ensure safety
- 4-6 foot leash
- You must have decent control of your dog
- 1 Dog per person
- Keep a 6 foot distance between dogs. No greetings between dog’s unless otherwise suggested by trainer.
- Bring your own water and poop baggies
***Aggressive dogs are NOT permitted to attend. We want to ensure all have a safe and enjoyable experience at this event.