Reserved RoverHelp your shy dog face the world!
Your dog may be shy around new people. You know the humans who think every dog needs to be every dog’s best friend? Well, actually, that’s not the case at all! Every dog is not the same any more than people are! Your dog may be fearful around new people or just take a little longer to warm up. Sometimes it’s just a new situation that may be scary for your dog or a certain object like the vacuum that makes your pooch run away. If you have a shy or reserved pet, this class can help!
This four-week course provides tools to build your dog’s confidence while comforting and easing anxiety. You will feel better about understanding what your dog is feeling, but also what tools can help your pet relax and feel confident.
Currently our Reserved Rover class is limited to 5 dogs per session and your pet will be in attendance at all sessions.
Ready to attend? please submit your registration, waiver, and your dog’s vaccination records to [email protected]
Reserved Rover will be held on Saturdays at 4 PM.
The first class will be held on Saturday, July 11.
Reserved Rover (recent SBHS adopter)
* Scholarships are available.
What to Bring
- Dogs must wear a flat collar or harness.(Dogs may not wear choke-chains, prong or electronic collars.)
- A six-foot, non-retractable leash
- Necessary vaccination records
- A bed or blanket your dog likes to lay on
- A hungry, but not famished dog.
- Treats: A variety of your dogs favorite treats, cut into very small pea size pieces, that you can carry in a treat pouch or other suitable container that allows easy access when you are seated, standing or walking. Bring three different types!
- Treat pouch that you can wear, which is easy to put your hand in and doesn’t make noise when you grab a treat.
- If your dog has a favorite toy please bring it!