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Quiet Dog Daycare Workshop – Boston May 14th and 15th 2017

Doggie Fun and Fitness is Hosting this workshop at their Kingston Massachusetts location just outside of Boston, on May 14th & 15Th 2017


Dog Training Skills for Daycare Professionals.

  • We Help dogs, not just babysit them.
  • Allow more dogs, make more money!
  • By increasing your handling skills, you can turn away fewer dogs.
  • Dog day cares don’t have to be loud. Barking, humping, jumping & toileting inside is a symptom of overexcitement or stress.
  • Learning how to better handle/manage dogs with a few siimple techniques will give you some peace & quiet. It will also give you more business as the clients LOVE that their barking dog is quiet in day care

14192093_10156426517548647_1381607934700320207_nWe’ll show you how to calm the crazy & bring out the nervous/shy dogs, which will bring you more profits AND help more dogs. At Doggie Fun & Fitness we don’t just “babysit” dogs, but truly help them master the art of socialization.
Sunday is lecture & hands on with the dogs. We’ll show you some handling skills to help him relax.
Monday we’ll show you how our day care is run & will bring your dogs into our calm quiet day care setting. You will get hands on experience in our day care with our dogs.
$350 per person.

Silly Lisa Sharland

Meet the Staff- Quiet Dog Daycare- Lisa Sharland

How long have you worked here? Going on 4 yrs here. Monday – Friday I’m on the floor supervising the dogs at Doggie Fun & Fitness. On Saturdays I assist w/ training classes. I also help on the road with the Quiet Dog Daycare workshop.

Why did you choose to work here? Typical answer- simply love animals.

What did you expect it to be like? Can’t say i had any clear expectations of what the work would be like, came from a CNA job, thought i was just transferring caring for humans to caring for canines.

What has surprised you the most? Puppies are hard!! And do not stop moving!! And do not stop piddling!! It is a lot more physical job than most people would guess.

What do you like best about your job? Best thing is seeing the shy/nervous dogs come out of their shells and live without stressing.

Lisa as Employee of the Month

Lisa as Employee of the Month

What do you like least? Worst thing is once in a great while seeing those dogs that can’t just be comfortable around their own kind. It is definitely a rare occurrence, but heart breaks for them.

Quiet Dog Daycare Workshop Announces Jacksonville Florida Workshop January 2017

Date:  December 28, 2016

THE QUIET DOG DAYCARE WORKSHOP UNLEASHED IN JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

International Association of Canine Professionals Advanced Certified Dog Trainer & Professional Dog Trainer Instructor, Laurie Wagner Leads Workshop for Dog Care Professionals at Happy Hounds Dog Resort

KINGSTON, MA-Professional dog trainer and founder of the Quiet Dog Daycare Workshop, Laurie Wagner, will lead a two-day workshop on Saturday January 14th and Sunday January 15th, from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM each day at Happy Hounds Dog Resorts, 4603 Shirley Ave, in Jacksonville, Florida. The Quiet Dog Daycare workshop teaches dog professionals calming techniques that help hyperactive dogs to soften, and nervous dogs to relax among other dogs.

Laurie Wagner, owner of Doggie Fun & Fitness in Kingston Massachusetts and member of the International Association of Canine Professionals has been training dogs for over 16 years using calm techniques. “Dog daycares don’t need to be loud. Loud noises make dogs more tense,” declares Wagner. “They make dogs bark, jump, hump other dogs, and mark territory. They’re not happy.” In just two days the Quiet Dog Daycare Workshop teaches the art of socialization, to help dog daycares help more dogs. Doggie Daycares have a reputation for being loud, and the Quiet Dog Daycare Workshop’s goal is to help daycares transform into quiet and happy places by helping dogs relax and soften. A promotional video describing this techniques is on YouTube at: https://youtu.be/5eBV07CX6XE

For more information on the workshop in Jacksonville call Jack at Happy Hounds Dog Resort at (904) 800-8800. **A Liability Waiver Must Be Signed and Sent to Quiet Dog Daycare Workshop office, and can be downloaded online at https://youtu.be/5eBV07CX6XE. To find out more about Laurie Wagner and additional upcoming workshops in Boston and Australia (Perth & Melbourne), go online www.QuietDogDaycareWorkshop.com, follow the Quiet Dog Daycare Workshop page on Facebook.


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