The Nashville Dog Training Club offers three different opportunities to help train your pooch this month. Sign up now before spots fill up!
Three ways to get a better-behaved pooch this month:
- Need help managing the family dog or pup? Experienced dog trainer Julie Hill offers a two-day obedience training seminar to help you learn a few tricks. Hill has trained a variety of breeds in obedience and agility including golden retrievers, Labrador retrievers, pointers, greyhounds, poodles, terriers and more. Participating owners and dogs are given lots of exercise and floor time to try out the methods being taught. The seminar takes place at the Nashville Dog Training Club, 413 Allied Drive in Nashville. Learn more about the costs and how to register by e-mailing Marina Caro at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling her at 604-7497.
- Dog Training Classes are offered through the Nashville Dog Training Club for puppies through advance agility. An eight-week class that runs Jan. 12 – March 7 is enrolling now. Head to nashvilledog.org and click on class schedule.
- The Nashville Dog Training Club holds Obedience & Rally Trials in addition to Agility Trials Jan. 22 – 25 at the Williamson County Ag Expo Park (3215 Long Lane in Franklin). Learn more at nashvilledog.org by clicking on “Events.”