Dog obedience classes offered |

Dog obedience classes offered

Classes are available for dog owners who need help in establishing good conduct and curbing bad habits in their canine pets.

Two new dog obedience sessions are being offered. Classes will be taught from 6 to 7 p.m. every Friday Feb. 7 through March 14 and March 21 through May 2 indoors at South Tahoe High School. No class is scheduled April 18. The cost is $65 for each six-week session. Sessions are sponsored by Alpine Animal Hospital.

Instructor Guy Yeaman uses a light-handed approach to help owners teach their dog to obey the commands heel, sit, stay, stand, recall and others. Each dog needs a choke chain and fabric or leather lead. Dogs must be at least 4 month old and current on their shots.

Results are guaranteed. For more information call Yeaman at (775) 265-4530.

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