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Jeff Gellman Training Workshop

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Jeff Gellman Training Workshop

Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/jeff-gellmans-two-day-hands-on-dog-training-workshop-hosted-by-astro-kennels-south-carolina-tickets-30811365624 

"Spend two days with Jeff!
With so many owners struggling with their dogs, finally a no-nonsense way to communicate, train and connect with your dog for real results.

Even the most out of control dogs can be quite easily trained in a short period of time utilizing the correct tools, techniques and philosophies. In this seminar, among many other skills, you will learn the unique Calm on Command training style that so many of Jeff's clients love. Most bad behavior is caused by simple lack of structure, leadership and proper communication between dog and owner.

Jeff breaks down to a very simple process of YES/NO, train what you want your dog to do and stop what you don't want your dog to do. Find the motivation for both and you will accelerate you and your dogs relationship. 

In this seminar, Jeff will utilize the triage model. No matter the issue or problem behavior, you are welcome to bring your dog to this seminar. Jeff will work tirelessly with you and your dog on both days focusing on your dog's most important issues. Some behaviors will be resolved immediately, and Jeff will provide all participants with a personalized plan of action to work on at home.

In this seminar, Jeff will cover:

His Original Calm on Command
How to eliminate leash pulling within 5 minutes
All obedience training commands 
Understanding the fundamentals of separation anxiety how to eliminate it and how most folks create and make it worse without even knowing it. 
Sit/Down/Place/Heel/Recall
Learning the 5 Basic Commands with Distractions
Jeff's clicker-remote collar training to teach an awesome "Yes" and "No"
What to do with aggressive behavior both dog and human, how to stop the rehab process and why it started in the first place. 
How to immediately stop problem behaviors
Behavior modification of dangerous behaviors, Fence Fighting, Counter Surfing, Eating Feces, Chasing cats and livestock, Getting into the trash, resource guarding and jumping on people as just a few examples. 
Understanding your dog's "state of mind" and how to get your dog to be Calm since "Calm Dogs don't do stupid stuff" 
Jeff's low-level remote collar training philosophy and techniques as well as how to responsible correct your dog with the remote."

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