Of course, most dog owners walk their dogs regularly. But are you also out and about together? Do you recognize when your dog needs support? Do you recognize changes in his posture, his expressive behavior? What do you do when someone with a dog comes towards you? Do you know your dog well enough to know how he feels, or do you test him by simply allowing an encounter? Does your dog, do you have the tools you need to manage everyday life together with your dog without worry?
A social walk takes place on the leash with always enough distance from the other teams. Here the goal is to quietly overtake, cross or observe the other participants if necessary, without the dogs making intense physical contact with each other.
Observing and assessing situations based on knowledgeHow to deal with situations that are part of everyday lifeAppropriate social contact with dogs and peopleUnderstand your dog's expressive behaviorI will be able to walk with each team for a short time per lesson, the rest of the time requires independent action.
All dogs are welcome. PLEASE LEAVE DOGS IN THE CAR AT THE BEGINNING!
New clients must first schedule 1-2 one-on-one sessions with me to practice the basics so that each team is well prepared and knows how to react at what moment.
Rewards for the dog
at least 3m leash (no flexi leashes allowed)
water for the dog to drink
50.- per social walk and participant (for 2 participants)
40.- per social walk and participant (for 3 & 4 participants)
100.- per individual social walk
Places are limited: please note that unexcused absences or cancellations at short notice (less than 48h in advance) will be charged at 100%.
depending on how long the dogs like.
Social walk incl. final meeting lasts a maximum of 60 minutes
A social walk has room for 4 teams. It takes place from 2 teams.
Individual social walks are also possible and a good first start.
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