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Dear
 ____________________________ (puppy parent),

This introduces some options for training your puppy, and to invite you (people only) to our free Seminar: “How To Raise An Ideal Dog™,”

held at ______________                                         . Free, first come first seated.

On (date)                              , we will begin a new (8-18wk) old Puppy Socialization Class, described below.

Enrolling in this class is the BEST thing you can do for your puppy.Once the puppy is 5 months or older, it is MUCH more difficult to influence their adult personality.

Enroll at the seminar, or just bring your puppy to class.If you can’t make the seminar, try for one day per week of puppy daycare.

Next Seminar: ________________________________

Puppy Training Classes Weekly (Held in the                           every

                                 evening at                                   )

In the last several years, tremendous advances have been made in understanding how to develop a canine personality into an ideal companion. Common problems with housetraining, destruction, barking, fearfulness and aggression toward dogs or people can now be easily prevented. However, once these behavior problems have developed, treatment is time consuming and difficult.

The puppy brain develops through specific developmental periods, based on genetic wolf instincts.Between 2 and 5 months, if the dog is isolated from a dog pack, he or she will often become fearful, or may learn to attack ANY outsider. This often results in becoming aggressive toward children, guests and friends years later.

In Puppy Class, pups learn to accept new dogs, children and people when introduced, but later in life will still defend person and property. In puppy class, puppies learn social play, while under supervision to avoid any negative experience. They are also introduced to basic “pre-school” obedience commands, but will need additional obedience training as they grow.

The goal of this entire program, is to help you raise an IdealDog™.

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