covid training update

This past week, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney brought down new Covid-19 restrictions, two of which have a major negative impact on your ability to get help with your dog. Being unable to get help when you need it is not fair to you or your dog, and the results could be potentially harmful. With this in mind, here’s how I am handling these new restrictions:

  • For current clients, in-person lessons for individual issues will continue, but those lessons will now take place outdoors. If the issues are indoor-related only, existing mask and hand sanitizer protocols will be followed.
  • For current clients going through my Beginners Obedience course, in-person lessons will continue, but they will be held outdoors, as the weather permits.
  • For new clients seeking help, I am available for in-person consultations, which will be held outdoors if possible. If the issues are only occurring indoors, existing mask and hand sanitizer protocols will be followed.

These new government restrictions are going to leave a lot of people feeling helpless and without hope of getting help with their dogs. But, please don’t give up! If a virtual class isn’t going to help you, then send me a consult request, I’ll call you to set up a day and time for me to come out, and we’ll get started on sorting out your pup. Covid is impacting everyone, but it doesn’t mean you can’t get help with your dog.

Have a great day, and remember to stay calm and lead on.


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