Aggressive/Reactive Dog Training - Jan Hammond Park

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9.30- 10.20am
16 May - 20 June 2021
Every Sunday

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About the event

This event is SOLD OUT. We are looking to run further classes in September/ October 2021.

Aggressive/Reactive Dogs Training Course

Open to City of Cockburn Residents Only

A 6 week Aggressive & Reactive Dogs training course for dogs aged 20 weeks +

When: Every Sunday, 16 May 2021 to 20 June 2021
Time: 9.30am - 10.20am
Where: Jan Hammond Park, Success
Cost: $70 Low income earner 
Cost: $90 General Resident 

Training provided by the qualified and experienced dog trainer, Dave Metcalf from Agile Dogs. Training method best described as Balanced Trainer or LIMA Specifically designed for dogs that are over reactive/aggressive to anything from other dogs and people, to machinery, cars, noises, etc and focussed on improving confidence and solidarity through Socialisation, Behaviour, Desensitisation and Positive Experience and Exposure to stimuli

Course Content: Socialisation and Behaviour, Dog to Dog, Dog to People, Machinery - Noises, Basic OB Skills

Course Structure:

  • Week 1 – Introduction (No dogs to be brought - Owner Training only)
  • Week 2 - Socialisation and Behaviour (Owner & Dog)
  • Week 3-6 – Activities and skills.  (Owner & Dog) 

Max 10 dogs per class. We will advise attendees of further location details and information prior to the commencement of the course.

Things to note

10 Spots available - only one booking accepted per residence (7 standard subsidised rate and 3 Low Income subsidised rate)

During the course dogs must be controlled at all times on lead by a person capable of controlling the dog. Any needing to be muzzled by law or for safety purposes must be at all times. 

Class rules and Requirements - Please read these before attending training. 

Vaccination and registration - all dogs must be vaccinated and proof supplied on Week 1 attendance. All dogs must be microchipped and registered prior to the course starting with the City of Cockburn to be eligible to attend. Failing to comply may result in the cancellation of your booking. Please forward proof - registration receipt or tag number to rangercustomerservice@cockburn.wa.gov.au along with your booking ticket number or advise which training event you have booked into.  If the dog is already registered and chipped the registration number can be entered at time of booking which can then be validated on our records.  

Accessing Low Income discounted rate - please provide evidence of eligibility to the City at least one week prior to commencement of the course.  Please provide a copy of the relevant card along with photo ID (Health Care Card Holders/Low Income Card Holders/Pensioner Concession Card). Failing to provide evidence may result in the cancellation of your booking (provide via email preferred).

RESIDENT STATUS - Evidence of residency in the City will be required at Week one class by way of photo identification and mail correspondence (power/gas/water bill)

 

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Open to City of Cockburn Residents Only

Cost: $70 Low income earner 

Cost: $90 General Resident 

Event location

Jan Hammond Park

126 Baningan Avenue, Success
Perth, WA 6164

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Contact Title City of Cockburn

Email customer@cockburn.wa.gov.au

Phone 08 9411 3444

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PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
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