How To Train Heel To A Reactive Dog!


Join The Pet Lifestyle Coach®, Megan Blake every Saturday for tips, tricks, games, and more to try out at home with your pet! These new training sessions are called,“We Begin Now” for a very special reason: to express how we all can be full present in this “new now”, claiming each moment with gratitude and connection - something our dogs are experts at!


Can you relate to this?  You're walking your dog, he’s doing great then he suddenly goes crazy, charging and barking towards another dog?  That’s called “a reactive” dog.  He’s overreacting to a situation: in this case, another dog. If you’ve been training heel, but have had problems like this, don't worry! Megan Blake, The Pet Lifestyle Coach®, has a way to train around this.  Check out her video here below to see exactly what to do. 


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And, if you're missing our Sunday Group Dog Trainings in the park or want to talk to Megan face to face, don't fret! You can join Megan every Sunday at 4:30pm on Zoom for FREE virtual trainings. This is a continuation of Megan Blake’s Group Dog Training that we’ve hosted at LeBauer Park since our beginning.  As we all explore our “new now” together, the class is named "We Begin Now" Dog Training with Megan Blake.  Class is live and interactive - join us!


To get the Zoom link to join this FREE training, check in with Megan directly at WeBeginNow8@MeganBlake.com 


We Begin Now: How to Train Heel to a Reactive Dog


The Pet Lifestyle Coach®, Megan Blake is a Greensboro Downtown Parks program partner. The work she does with us is critical to providing FREE pets programming to our park community. As we make our way through these unprecedented times, consider how you might support local Greensboro non-profits like us, as well as businesses like, artists, entrepreneurs, makers, and more. We'll continue to bring you free programming through our digital platforms and look forward to having you join us and Megan back in the parks soon!


GDPI Pets Programs are sponsored by Green Lincoln.




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