DOG TRAINING DURING THE PANDEMIC
The consequences of the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic are far-reaching and extend to all areas of our lives. While every individual’s personal experience is different, we understand that you may find yourself in circumstances that affect your ability to care for your dog as you normally would. We’re here to help provide suggestions for how you can safely continue training your dog throughout this time. If you need support caring for your dog, we also suggest looking into our short-term or long-term dog boarding services.
IN-BOARD DOG TRAINING
Our ten acre dog boarding facility allows us to safely care for your dog throughout the pandemic. In addition to exercising, socializing, and feeding your dog, we can also train them. If you’re located in the Fraser Valley and have a lot on your plate caring for sick family members or working longer hours, this may be the ideal time to enrol your dog in an in-board training program. You can rest assured your dog is in good hands while also enjoying the benefits of expert training.
AT-HOME DOG TRAINING
If you’re self-isolating or working from home, you may find yourself with more free time around the house. This presents a great opportunity to bond with your dog and work on training activities. Not only will it keep you both amused, it may prove to be essential if you find your dog barking during your next conference call. If you’re not sure where to start, there are plenty of great resources online. You can also call us to put together a personalized training program that fits with your specific goals.
OUTDOOR DOG TRAINING
We understand many people don’t have access to a yard or secluded nearby dog park. However, if you do, why not safely take advantage of it? Getting fresh air and keeping busy by training your dog outdoors can be a great way to improve not just your dog’s mental health, but yours as well. Making it a priority to advance your dog’s training is a challenge you both can enjoy.
How has the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic affected training your dog? The responses may be polarizing, whether you find yourself working grueling hours on the frontlines or suddenly at a loss for what to do during seemingly endless hours at home. If you have the opportunity to spend more time with your dog, we encourage you to take full advantage of it by regularly working on training activities. If you need help caring for your dog or training them, find out more about our dog boarding programs in the Fraser Valley that are available during the pandemic.
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