Monday, March 24, 2014

FREE Ask the Trainer Session - March 26th

What have you ALWAYS wanted to know about training your dog? No pet question is off limits at our LIVE Ask the Trainer session! Certified Pet Trainer Robin Lash of Morris K9 Campus will answer your questions tweeted to the Morris K9 Campus Twitter account on March 26 between 6 – 7 pm. 

Robin has been teaching group classes and private lessons at Morris K9 Campus since 2008. Before finding a home at Morris K9 Campus, Robin studied at a nationally recognized school where she learned everything from puppy imprinting to the dog sport of schutzhund. She is a positive trainer who uses force-free science based dog training methods to solve simple and complex behavior problems. 
Robin is a CPDT-KA Certified Pet Dog Trainer and is Knowledge Assessed through the Association of Pet Dog Trainers. She is also an evaluator for Creature Comfort, AKC Canine Good Citizen (CGC) and AKC Puppy STAR. In 2004, Robin earned her PSCA Level 1 and Level 2 Advanced Pet Care certification. Robin has also been featured in Fido Friendly Magazine, Dog Fancy Magazine, and Good Morning America for her Doga classes.
At Morris K9 Campus, Robin teaches classes in puppy training, obedience, pet therapy, doga and clever dog tricks. In her free time, she volunteers with her Border Collie Gabriel with Creature Comfort Pet Therapy.
Tweet @MorrisK9Campus on March 26 between 6 – 7 pm with the questions you’ve always wondered about your pet. Wondering how to stop your dog from jumping on visitors? How to stop barking or train your pet to come when called? Robin will tweet back her responses. We can’t wait to hear from you!


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