~EveryDog Training COVID-19 Guidelines~
Below you will find the guidelines that EveryDog Training will be going by until further notice. We are hopeful you understand why, and will be willing to cooperate with us. Please understand, your health and safety is our first priority. Going from one house to another, I don’t what to risk bringing anything into your home.
- I will be wearing a mask, and ask anyone participating in the session or observing the session does as well.
- All sessions will be done outside, preferably the backyard, or driveway (weather permitting)
- We will observe the social distancing guideline of a minimum of 6 feet
- If anyone in your house has ANY symptoms, or you have been exposed to someone with symptoms, I would appreciate you communicate that as soon as possible so that we can reschedule appropriately.
- If I show any symptoms, or find out I have been exposed to anyone with symptoms, I will notify you immediately to reschedule.
Your family’s healthy and safety is my first concern.
Do you have a new puppy?
Every puppy needs to be socialized and exposed to new experiences during their prime socialization period. Let me help get your puppy off to a great start.
Is your dog in need of some basic manners?
When your dog will sit, stay, and come on command, life is less stressful. These are basic manners that every dog needs in the home, and especially outside the home.
Does your schedule not allow you to sign up for weekly group obedience classes?
That’s not a problem. Signing up for private, in-home lessons allows you more flexibility to work around your schedule.
Does he pull while walking on a leash?
Every dog needs daily exercise, and nothing beats a daily walk with their owner. It is both physically and mentally stimulating to get out and walk. Not to mention the benefits of burning the extra energy!
These are just a few of the common things that prompt us to talk to a trainer. There is no such thing as a dumb question when it comes to our dogs. Our dogs are becoming more and more part of our lives, they aren’t just stay at home pets anymore. But before we can take them out, we need to know that they are going to behave. Every dog deserves the opportunity to learn something new every day!