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OBEDIENCE CLASSES COMING SOON… MARCH 2016

We have some very exciting news for 2016.
 
LLP is starting up a dog training club designed especially for the local community. Please express your interest to – [email protected] with the subject line OBEDIENCE ENQUIRY.
 
Where, how much and when might you ask?
 
Where – Location disclosed upon registration.
 
How much – Cost will be $30 per annum and $5 per session per week. (a donation will go to our local rescue groups). Annual fee can be paid in cash or direct debit. Weekly fee to be paid cash upon arrival.
 
When – Commencing March 2016, nights yet to be decided. Please express your interest to the above email address along with the nights that suit you.
What does it cover?
 
$30 – Is the annual fee and it covers yet another wonderful service as explained below.
 
ID Tags – LLP will provide you with piece of mind should your pet ever get out and you become unreachable. We will give you a numbered tag which will be unique to your dog. That way your dog immediatley becomes identifiable should someone find them and call me.
 
All you need to do is fill out the form upon registration with your contact details, and emergency contact details and LLP will match up your dog to those details. If in the event your dog gets out and your phone number on your pets ID tag is unreachable, LLP will be there to answer the phone and arrange to get your dog home quickly and safely. Do you know of a dog obedience club that offers that as a service??
 
The annual fee also covers wonderful trainers and volunteers giving up their time to come along and help better the community. We will also be purchasing some training materials as needed.
 
Whats free??
 
A great night to be had by all, and of course being out and about, with you and your dog.
 
Does this interest you?
Email us now! [email protected]

Puppy School

Have you recently welcomed a new addition to the family?

Ensure you get off on the right paw with Loose Lead Pets puppy school, held at Lucky Pet 569 Barkly St, West Footscray.

Puppies learn best between 3-13 weeks of age and getting them into a class environment, meeting new people, seeing new things and meeting new dogs is very important for their development. They don’t need their full set of shots, first vaccination is suffice.

Loose Lead Pets only endorses positive training methods, creating a strong bond between owner and dog and teaching you as the ‘parent’ how to get the best out of your dog without physically hurting or manipulating your pup.

Please give Jasmine a call to find out more. 0416 924 743 or email [email protected] with the following details to be placed onto the wait list.

Pups Name
Age
Breed
Your name
Email address
Phone number
Preferred days/times

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Puppy School – Wednesday 1st July – 7.30pm

Have you recently welcomed a new addition to the family?  Ensure you get off on the right paw with Loose Lead Pets puppy school, held at Lucky Pet 569 Barkly St, West Footscray.

Puppies learn best between 3-13 weeks of age and getting them into a class environment, meeting new people, seeing new things and meeting new dogs is very important for their development.  They don’t need their full set of shots, first vaccination is suffice.

Loose Lead Pets only endorses positive training methods, creating a strong bond between owner and dog and teaching you as the ‘parent’ how to get the best out of your dog without physically hurting or manipulating your pup.

Please give Jasmine a call to find out more.  0416 924 743 or email [email protected] with the following details to be placed onto the wait list

Pups Name

Age

Breed

Your name

Email address

Phone number

Preferred days/times

High five to my Mum!!! – By Bert, written by Ally.

Most of you would already know I went away last weekend for a sleepover with my BFF Angus while my Mum attended a seminar in Bris-Wet-Vegas.  She has added and refreshed skills in what she calls her “dog training tool box”.  This will enable her to further educate our local community especially focusing on  positive, humane dog training techniques, giving Ally and I treats and throwing me the ball.

The seminar covered – fear aggression, separation anxiety and dog dog play.

She came back with a  bigger than normal head, seems she learn’t soooo much and she said she cannot wait to share her skills and the wonderful experience she had learning from the beautiful Nicole Wilde (I really want to meet her someday).  Check out her page below.

https://www.facebook.com/NicoleWildeAuthor

So, question is, what training issues would you like help with?

Ally and I will start posting a tip a week on Sunday, it takes me ages to type with big paws as I press everything so Ally helped me with this, we will need a week to prepare such important information for all you wonderful followers.

GO!

From Bert…xx

Puppy School Timetable!!!

Have you welcomed a puppy to the family over the summer break?  Or may even know someone who has??

Get off on the right paw and get into puppy school.

Next class commences on Tuesday 20th January at 6pm, following one Saturday 31st January at 10am – (no classes 21st February).
Only 6 puppies per class.  You will learn all of lifes basics and the dos and don’ts of owning a new puppy, even if you have had a puppy before, I cannot stress enough how important it is to take your puppy to class for socialisation.

Bookings are essential. Please email [email protected] or call 1800 565 333 or 0416924743 for more information and to secure your place.

 

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