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Behavioral problems are an all too common reason for conflict between pets and their people.
As a complete healthcare center, Antelope Creek hosts an animal behaviorist, Dr Jill Morstad, to help address issues before they bring harm - working with our medical staff when physical and behavioral problems co-exsist. Behavioral services offered range from puppy classes to aggression management, leading to more sociable pets with stronger bonds to their people.
Your dog can happily learn to:
*Tolerate other dogs and people
*Be safe around children
*Sit and lie down
*Stop biting and chewing
*Come when called
*Be quiet on command
*Permit handling and grooming
*Walk politely on a loose leash
Dog Training by Dr. Jill
About the trainer:
Jill Morstad, PhD
A dog trainer and obedience trail exhibitor, Dr. Jill has been teaching people to train their dogs since 1985 - offering classes through local and regional dog clubs, in private settings and for animal shelters and veterinary clinics.
As a professional educator with a broad background and experience in the dynamics of human-to-canine and canine-to-human communication, she frequently provides behavior advice and instruction for dogs and puppies, children and families in the interest of public health and community service.
We are now accepting registrations for Kindergarten Puppy Training!
Please call 488-0993 for more information.