Donna Soderstrom CPDT, CNWI
1001 Sycamore Ave.
Modesto, CA 95350
Enjoy your dog.
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Are you having fun with your dog?
Your dog should bring joy to your life. He should be a pleasure to you and to those around you.
Is your relationship with your dog what it should be?
You will learn how to train and manage your dog with an emphasis on positive training methods.
Food rewards are used in the introductory phases of training. However, we will transition your dog to Real Life Rewards.
Your dog will not require constant treats for maintaining basic skills. Our aim is for your dog to become a happy, willing training partner.
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Consultations - One hour visit, usually in home, to address specific problems, or concerns, such as housetraining, aggression, shyness, new baby, etc.
Private Lessons - Covers basic good manners, including leash walking, sit and down stay, coming when called, and anything particular to your needs.
Group Classes - Basic good manners. Beginning and Intermediate levels. Tricks Class, Reliable Off Leash Dog. NEW! K9 Nose Work classes.
Rally Obedience - The newest dog sport. Great for intermediate level dogs, mixed breed or purebred. Earn a title or just have fun.
Intermediate Obedience - Take your dog's training to the next level. Increased distractions and distance work, improve focus. Teach your dog hand signals, and learn new obedience commands.
Canine Good Citizen Classes - Have your dog earn his AKC CGC certificate and title. Mixed breeds eligible. Good for prospective Therapy Dogs.
Competition Obedience - Classes or private lessons available. AKC Obedience competition now open to mixed breeds.
Puppy Kindergarten - A head start for your new dog! 4 week session for dogs 9-20 weeks. Safe for dogs who have not completed vaccinations. Must have seen veterinarian and have proof of vaccinations in progress. Ask about participating in the AKC STAR Puppy Program.
K9 Nose Work - Great new activity for every type of dog. Let your dog learn scent detection. Limited interaction with other dogs - suitable for dog reactive dogs. For more info about our class see Training Information and see Useful Links for information about Nose Work competition.
Canine Summer Camp - Why should the kids have all the fun? Great way to beat the summertime blues. Come explore new activities, brush up on old skills. Win prizes, ribbons. Longest down stay? Musical chairs sit/ stays?
Workshops - Watch for single topic workshops to give your dog a tune up, or teach something new.
Drop In Obedience - Geared toward the competitor or the enthusiast. No instruction. Working as a group for distractions, group sits and downs, heeling with distractions, etc.
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Donna Soderstrom, CPDT, CNWI