Thanksgiving has passed and now we're gearing up for the Christmas season. Not only are the holidays upon us, but so is the WINTER SCHEDULE here at Paws-A-Tive Choice. (Visit the Class Schedule page for details.)
Originally I was going to be back in Texas to teach for the winter, but the marvelous opportunity was given to me to stay here in Wisconsin and continue teaching dog training classes at my learning center in Union Grove.
Even though I am sad that I won't be having fun this winter with my students in Texas, I am very excited to keep the fun going with all of my dedicated Wisconsin students.
It has been such a thrill for me to reconnect with each of my wonderful students here. I feel honored to have the on going opportunity to train with them and their lovely dogs.
I'm working on some fun things for the winter that should help shake off those cold-weather blues. I will post more information on that later.
On December 16th at 6:30 p.m. I'm hosting a Cocoa & Cookies Holiday Pooch Party. This will be a fun evening of dog socialization and for their people to get together and enjoy sharing the holiday season with fellow dog-lovers. There will be cocoa and goodies for the party-attendees. Each person who would like to participate in the doggy-cookie exchange will go home with a bag of goodies for their pooch.
This Pooch Party is open for all dogs that are dog/people social. If your dog is shy, fearful, sensitive or reactive toward other dogs or people, this would not be the appropriate event for your canine companion to participate in. However, people are welcome to join in the fun and leave their pooch at home to relax in the comfort of their own home.
There is a $5 Pooch Party Fee for NON-ACTIVE Students of Paws-A-Tive Choice and no charge for currently active students. If you are interested in joining in this holiday fun, please contact me no later than Wednesday, December 14th as I will need a final count on participants for the doggy-cookie exchange. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm looking forward to keeping the fun going here in Wisconsin!
Here's wishing you and yours a very Happy and Safe Holiday Season.