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Free Dog Discussion Series with Pam Natale

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Dog Discussion Series with Pamela Natale

What: Dog Training: Why It Isn't Necessarily All About Training 
Who: Humans (no dog guests, please)
When: Tuesday, July 12th from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Cost: Free

Topic: Dog Training: Why It Isn't Necessarily All About Training. Join Pamela Natale, Certified Family Dog Mediator, and fellow dog enthusiasts for a dog discussion meet up. This free public dog chat is for dog guardians and those thinking about adding a dog to their family. Pamela will give an overview of positive reinforcement training, how it works, when to use it, and when to go beyond training to address unwanted behavior. She will explain what it means to take a lifestyle approach to dog training. During the dog discussion, Pamela will provide real life scenarios and solutions for issues such as walking on a leash, polite greetings, and sharing our homes with these incredible animals. Pamela welcomes questions from participants. Come learn something new and laugh with us! 


 


Pamela Natale, Owner of The Woodland Wag, LLC, has a BA in Psychology from Salve Regina University. She is a certified Family Dog Mediator after completing the L.E.G.S.® Applied Ethology Family Dog Mediation® Professional Course, a dog lover and enthusiast with years of experience assisting with local dog training classes and private dog training sessions. A passion for pet guardian education, companion pets and rescue, Pamela was a shelter volunteer for over two years and assisted with dog training demos in the Mansfield, Foxboro and Easton communities. She is committed to a lifetime learning approach, traveling to various dog training conferences and seminars in her spare time. Pamela promotes relationship building between dogs and their humans. She and her rescue dog, Abbie, enjoy taking dog training classes together from Tricks class to Freestyle and Intro to Nosework, along with taking long hikes in the woods and play sessions with Abbie’s furry friends. Pamela’s approach to dog training is gentle, fun, and built upon mutual respect for both the dog and person. She lives by the philosophy, “give your dog more choices than cues and use cues only when needed for safety and connection.”  


 



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