Reactive Dog Class 

October, 2012

This innovative class is appropriate for dogs who are reactive to environmental stimuli such as skateboards, bicycles, dogs and people.  Dogs who have bitten a person previously should be evaluated in an appointment situation and given a personalized treatment plan before they can enter class. This class is generally not helpful for dogs with separation anxiety, noise phobia or aggression toward dogs within their own household.  Dogs and handlers will learn control techniques as well as techniques to help their dogs permanently overcome their reactivity.

Location: Lucky Dog Sports Club, 300 S. Central Blvd. Suite B Jupiter, FL 33458

Contact Lucky Dog Sports Club at, or 561-427-6700 for fee information and registration.

“Her reactive dog classes were amazing.  Watching how all the dogs progressed from week to week was wonderful. She gave me tools to use for managing  my dog’s reactive issues.”

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