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Behavior and Training
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Behavior and Training Resources
For dogs of all ages. Using positive training techniques, you will learn effective ways to get the behaviors you want while building a trusting and respectful relationship with your dog. Your dog will develop self control and self confidence as your bond becomes stronger.
$95 for the 6-week session
$85 for dogs adopted from the Chemung County SPCA
The price includes a training clicker, treat bag and instructional handouts.
Deborah Reynolds, KPA CTP
Barb Cook, CPDT
Enrollment is on a first come, first served basis. The first session will be orientation and will be conducted without dogs.
A current rabies certificate is required.
Call us at 607-732-1827 for more information or to enroll.
Additional classes will be scheduled in the fall.
The links below offer tips for solving the most common behavior problems we see in dogs and cats. Some of these behavior problems are the reason pets get returned or surrendered to shelters. Rewards-based training can help curb unwanted behaviors and instill good manners. Positive training will help you build a good level of communication, trust and reliable control. Dogs learn quickly and retain the most information when taught through positive reinforcement training methods.
Common Dog Behaviors
Coprophagy: Why Do Dogs Eat Feces?
Crate Training Your Puppy
Destructive Chewing in Dogs
Puppy Training and Socialization
Submissive Urination in Dogs
Common Cat Behaviors
Correcting Cat Behavior
Inappropriate Elimination in Cats
Cats and their Litterbox
Teaching Your Cat to Use a Scratching Post
Cat Urine Marking
Managing Destructive Scratching Behavior
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