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Pack Walks 

Scheduled:

Saturday, Nov 30th @ Noon @ Line Creek Nature Area, Peachtree City, GA - 10 Dogs Max

Sunday, Dec 1st @ 4pm @ Chattahoochee River Walk, Columbus, GA -  20 Dogs Max

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Pack Walk Info:

“What the heck is a pack walk?” - Well, a pack walk consists of a group of people practicing structured walking (or heel) with their dogs, in a group setting.

This would not be a meet and greet play date for the dogs where they run and romp, and hopefully return when you call them. A pack walk is for people to practice a focused “working” walk with their dog around other dogs. The primary goal is for dogs to calmly practice working with their owner, while also ignoring what is going on around them as opposed to engaging in it. A neutral dog is a happy dog!

The pack walk invitation would only be extended to people who have completed the board and train program or at least 3 lessons of our basic/advanced lessons. If you are doing our dog reactive package, you must have completed at least six lessons. The pack walk would be an opportunity for us to offer advice and training suggestions to any of our clients looking for a bit of a tuneup with their dog’s training.

Pack walks will occur on a monthly basis, likely the first or last Saturday or Sunday of each month during the afternoon/evening. Locations will vary, but would most likely include The Battery ATL, Smyrna Market Village, The BeltLine, the Silver Comet Trail, and other nature trails.

Rules/Guidelines for the walk include:

- Give other dogs personal space. No nose-to-nose greetings or butt sniffing. Most dogs need to learn how to ignore other dogs and exist calmly around them before they are ready to interact and play with them nicely. Ignoring other dogs are exercises your dog’s impulse control which is an extremely valuable skill.

- Keep dogs focused and calm. Keep barking to a minimum. If you’re struggling with a loud mouth dog, let us help!

- Practice loose leash walking, not tight leash walking. The pack walk is a place for practice, and we want to see your dog get better at this, not worse! If you cannot maintain a loose leash throughout the most of the walk with your dog, your dog is practicing tight leash walking, and you might need some more help mastering the basics before you’re ready for a pack walk. If the leash is tight, you’re doing something wrong, and we want to help you!

- No retractable leashes or leashes longer than 6’. With the exception of potty breaks, your dog is expected to remain at your side. 

- BYOB: Bring Your Own Bags and clean up after your dogs! Be respectful for others who visit the area.

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