Canine Good Citizen Class #4

Covering: Reaction to Distractions

  • 25 US dollars
  • White Haven Vet, 88 PA-940, White Haven, PA 18661

Service Description

All Ages, Abilities & Breeds *Not appropriate for aggressive dogs* Goal: Dog is confident at all times when faced with common distracting situations Exercises: Evaluator selects two distracting stimuli (one noise, one visual) from among the following... - A person using crutches, a wheelchair, or a walker - A sudden opening or closing of a door - Dropping a pan, folded chair, etc. no closer than 5ft from the dog - A jogger running in front of the dog - A person pushing a cart or crate dolly passing no closer than 5ft away - A person on a bike no closer than 10ft away Requirements for CGC Title Testing (if you decide to test): The dog can show casual interest and even appear slightly startled but should recover quickly. The dog should not panic and pull at the leash to get away. The dog can attempt to walk forward slightly to investigate the distraction. One isolated bark is acceptable. Handlers may encourage and talk to their dogs throughout the test and may also be given cues.

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

If Client fails to give at least 24 hours cancellation notice, or is not present at time of scheduled appointment, session fees are still due. A “no show” or cancellation within 24 hours of appointment time will still be counted as one session. Appointments may be rescheduled up to two times before being forfeited. Client agrees to pay Trainer a nonrefundable fee in the amount of $25 for 60-minute group class to be paid before the class commences. All classes must be completed within 70 days from the date of payment or they will be forfeited.

Contact Details


Courteous Canines Force-Free Dog Training, 4 Seasons Drive, Drums, PA, USA

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