Our 1st Golden Retriever Basic Good Manners Class plus our puppy, JOY, graduated yesterday. It’s only been 3 weeks but look at them heeling so nicely to music. I think Goldens were made to dance. Don’t they look gorgeous ?
Our next Group Basic Obedience Class will start on the 5th July 2014. Sign up if you want to spend 1 1/2 hrs bonding and having fun with your dog on Saturdays from 4.30 – 6 pm. Contact me for details … Tel: 96200280 or email@example.com .
This week our training was at Labrador Park. Lots of onlookers entertained by 7 well behaved GRs and a sheltie doing obedience and having fun. Looking good, teams . Worthy ambassadors of your wonderful breed/s.
When we were looking for a location to have GRCS’s inaugural basic obedience class, Mark said “When we think GR, we think Sentosa”. So here we are at beautiful Tanjong Beach. We had 8 sign ups and yes, we had a sheltie too
I’ll be spending the next 3 Sundays with these dogs and their owners from the Golden Retriever Club of Singapore. How cool is that !!!
Week 3 of obedience class and the puppies are coming along nicely. Longer sits and this week we attempted a 5 min down. Good job, class
4 out of 5 of the dogs in our new group obedience class are puppies. What fun !!! Yesterday, they got to socialise with other dogs and handled by families of their classmates. I’d say they are off to a very good start
The dogs are a lot calmer this week. Able to stay on their place mats longer. And despite major distractions around them, were consistently going to their families when called. Cool !!!
It’s hard to believe that only a month ago, these dogs were dragging their owners around, charging at other dogs and basically doing whatever they felt like doing. It’s week 5 and look at their loose leashes. That’s impulse control in action. Their families have put in a lot of
After 3 weeks of puppy lessons, little Machia has learnt self control . Even when his parents leave his crate gates wide open, he’s not allowed to come out until they say it’s okay. Well done, mom and dad, for persevering with his training