Pet Training Classes

 

The Dog Door Behavior Center has developed a pilot program for shelter dogs as part of a national education campaign called the DRIVE Initiative™. We have partnered with The Dog Door to further develop the shelter portion of this initiative which improves our dogs’ quality of life through behavioral and organic enrichment. The Dog Door also offers a variety of training classes and enrichment/educational opportunities for the public.

If you would like to learn more about this innovative approach to dog behavior visit: www.dogdoorcanineservices.com

 

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We also partner with Pet Behavior Aid, a nonprofit organization made up of experienced pet trainers, to provide affordable, positive reinforcement training classes that teach pet owners how to properly communicate expectations to their pets. Pet Behavior Aid offers several different dog and puppy training classes and help sessions for dogs and cats. Classes are open to anyone and dogs of any age, and are held at our Adoption and Education Center. Many of these classes are free. For schedules and class descriptions visit www.petbehavioraid.org and learn how Pet Behavior Aid can help you develop better understanding and communication with your dog or cat.

For more information, contact info@petbehavioraid.org or call (828) 707-0644.

Visit their website www.petbehavioraid.org

 

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Dog-Ed frequently provides dog training classes at Asheville Humane Society. Dog-Ed believes that dog training should be fun for both humans and dogs. Their force-free methods are focused on positive reinforcement and scientific principles. These training techniques help strengthen the human and animal bond by building trust, respect, and understanding. Jenny White CPDT-KA, Dog-Ed owner, Certified Pet Dog Trainer, and Tellington TTouch Practioner, brings a wealth of experience and expertise to this endeavor. Jenny is an active foster parent for local shelters, and  founder and leader of the Asheville Humane Society’s Hiking Hounds program.

For more information, contact info@dog-ed.net or call (828) 989-1883. 

Visit their website www.dog-ed.net