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Sat, Jan 27


TailWaggersK9Sport Inc

Impulse Control Workshop (1)

Is your dog struggling with impulse control? Does you dog steal food? Can they drop their ball and leave it? Are they super excited when they meet new people? All of this and more is impulse control.......

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Impulse Control Workshop (1)
Impulse Control Workshop (1)

Time & Location

Jan 27, 2024, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. EST

TailWaggersK9Sport Inc, 573 Lubitz Rd, Pembroke, ON K8A 6W6, Canada

About the event

Impulse Control (or Stimulus Control) is the crock to so many problems we see in both sports and pet dogs.

Dogs that get over excited on seeing something or someone they want, dogs that steal items, dogs that can not walk by the smelly fire hydrant, or get past the squirrel....all of these are examples of areas where impulse control comes into play.

Teaching the dog that they have the ability to suppress that 'urge' and continue, is a skill that all dogs needs to learn.

We will take it from simple stays and build to walking by the ball (or treat or toy or ????).

We will start from the beginning with simple tasks and build by adding new training techniques as you and your dog progresses.

This workshop will take your training to a whole new dimension ........more sessions will follow in this category. Theres something for everyone in this area!!


Dogs must be dog to dog and dog to human friendly

Dogs must be house trained

Change of footwear for the human is required

Please bring a water bowl and rewards for your dog

If your dog is particularly vocal please bring a frozen treat or bully stick for your dog to chew while the instructor is talking.

6 dogs per session.


$60 working spot (with your dog)

$30 audit spot (no dog)

Location: TailWaggersK9Sport Howie's Training  Hall

Instructor: Sharon Needham, Sharon has been involved with pet dogs for over 30years. A golden retriever owner for almost 40years, Sharons passion is dedicated to bringing information on canine health care, mental stimulation, enrichment, sports and training to a greater audience.

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