How would you like your dog to behave?

Set up for success

A smooth start to a life with a new dog can make training easier down the road. Be prepared before pick-up time to make the transition as smooth as possible. Remember: the dog your puppy is going to be it is now becoming. The companion your rescue dog is going to be depends on the most ideal start with you. Work hard to keep positive associations with everything in the the new environment of your home.

Start Early

After a puppy passes the 7 week mark, its brain is able to learn as well as an adult dog’s brain. An important developmental window closes at about 12 to 16 weeks of age. Early experiences help shape a puppy’s world view. Make sure that you are taking the proper steps to keep your dog well trained through adulthood.

Clicking is Communication!

Learn how to communicate with your dog to get the behavior you want and manage your dog to prevent the behavior you do not want. Learn to click in order to build an even more trusting relationship and live in peace with your dog.

Get Started with Lucy Bailey

Lucy Bailey has been training dogs since 1965. She is a Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner and a Certified Professional Dog Trainer – Knowledge Assessed.

To meet Lucy in person, learn more about clicker training and try it with your dog, register for the introductory program of your choice. These 90-minute programs cover management ideas, suggestions for solving behavior problems and hands-on practice training with a clicker.

Ask the Trainer at Kingsbury Animal Hospital

420 Skinker Blvd N, 63120
One Thursday a month, 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
Fee: $25 paid to Kingsbury Animal Hospital
Register by calling the hospital at 314-721-6251

Meet the Trainer at Central West End Animal Clinic

4131 Lindell, 63108
One Thursday a month, 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
Fee: $25 paid to Come Click! LLC
Register by calling the clinic at 314-329-0004

“Thank you for such a great class, as always! You are very inspiring and positive, and Trixie and I are thriving because of you. I appreciate you so much.”
-Beth