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Old 01-24-2015, 10:48 AM
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MOLLY ( the one driving) IS ALMOST 2 years old now...
Where should I start first with obedience class?
She's very friendly , but easily distracted!!
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Old 01-24-2015, 01:10 PM
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She likes to bark at dogs she doesn't know....
NO WAY to stop her!
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MOLLY ( the one driving) IS ALMOST 2 years old now...
Where should I start first with obedience class?
She's very friendly , but easily distracted!!
I assume if Molly is two years old, she probably knows her basic commands: sit, come, lie down, stay? And does she walk well on a leash?
I think Petco and Petsmart both offer a beginner's obedience class.
The classes might be too basic for Molly, but they may help her learn to focus on your commands.
And that could help her to not be as easily distracted around other dogs.
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I am very easily distracted and friendly. Can Molly and I be buddies? I don't bark at dogs so that may be good for her.
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The Lifelong Learning School offers obedience classes which were held at O'Dell Rec Center. The instructor, which I can not remember her name right now, also offered private classes.
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We adopted a stray who had spent her 2 years of life on the streets. When we got her she had no manners whatsoever. She was very easy to housebreak, easier than our other rescues. We took her to Petsmart for basic and intermediate obedience training. Besides learning her commands she needed the socialization. The Petsmart training trains both you and your dog. It worked very well for us. Our newest girl has become a very polite lady. If you're interested I suggest that you speak with the trainer at Petsmart. They can give you advice on what would work best for Molly.
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MOLLY ( the one driving) IS ALMOST 2 years old now...
Where should I start first with obedience class?
She's very friendly , but easily distracted!!

What a cutie
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