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Winter Boredom Busting. Dog IQ- Canine Enrichment Games, Anxiety, & Cognition
Holiday Discount! This seminar is meant to introduce students to a variety of ways to play with their dog or offer their dog ways to entertain himself, even when cooped up.
Katie Charvitur Hilmer
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Enrichment opportunities are meant to bust boredom, combat anxiety, reduce activity needs and keep your dog from getting into trouble. These are things you can provide for your dog to do when it's raining, snowing, or you are otherwise occupied for most of the day and can't provide play. Mental stimulation and games can also be extremely fun and exciting. Animal behavior is complex and so we can't possibly cover everything you need to know in just this one class. Students may stay after...
Learn ways to better understand your dog and bust boredom.
Not everyone has access to dog training classes and many older methods of training use too much punishment and force. By offering this class online I can reach more people and help them start learning early. I have been training dogs since 2001 and have a Psychology degree, degree in Applied Animal Behavior, and am working on an MSW with post Masters in Animal Assisted Therapy.
Participation. Students who are to shy to ask questions in class may stay after post on the wall, or send me a message.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Katie Charvitur HilmerAnimal Behaviorist, Dog Trainer, Social Worker, Rancher, and Wife to a Mechanic
151 total reviews
129 completed classes
Hi, we have an off-grid ranch in Wyoming where my husband is a mechanic and I am an animal behaviorist who just finished a Master of Social Work degree for Equine Animal Assisted Therapy and clinical social work. Extensive Experience Listed Per...