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When: Sat, August 29th 2020
From: 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Where: Ventura Pet Wellness & Dog Training Center
located at 3521 Arundell Circle #B Ventura, CA 93003
Instructor: Shannon Coyner, RVT, CPDT-KA, KPA CTP
Seminar Fee: $45
Does your dog whine, bark or lunge at other dogs, animals or people? Do you wonder why he reacts this way? Do you want to learn how you can help? This seminar will teach you why your dog may respond the way he does and ways that you can help your dog become less reactive. This seminar is for people only, please leave your dog at home.
When: Sun, October 18th 2020
From: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Where: Ventura Pet Wellness & Dog Training Center located at 3521 Arundell Circle #B Ventura, CA 93003
This event is free to the public.
Everyone is welcome!
Have you always dreamed of working with animals as a career? Ventura Pet Wellness & Dog Training Center will be hosting our 4th Annual Animal Career Fair! Come learn about a variety of animal related fields and careers! Talk with various animal professionals!
(Children 14 years and younger must be accompanied by an adult)
“Great information and knowledge!”
- Margaret P.
“Very helpful! I do a lot of dog sitting so these classes are wonderful to understand and help my doggy pals.“
- Deena G.
"Shannon has so much experience with animals that she could answer our questions and would tell us personal experiences, which helped me feel confident in her knowledge and skill"
- Rachel M.
"I’m so happy we found Shannon! We spent years trying to curb our dog’s fearful aggression after he got hurt at the vet. But, no matter what we did, he just kept getting worse. Then I attended Shannon’s Reactive Dog Class. She uses dog psychology research and science to explain how dogs react with “fight, flight, or freeze,” when they’re afraid, just like people do.
She then helps you identify what’s scaring your dog and how to overcome his fears. My dog is better already and I’m so relieved! My only regret is that we didn’t find Shannon years ago."
- Vondie L.