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Learning positions the biting boy baby watch me these things month at 11am-12noon Materials be prepared anticipation of your attendance. This session is only for the humans-your dog gets a classroom pass to stay home. What's Next? What is available? I want more! Our philosophy is to help your dog become active, valuable member of your family by working with behavior techniques that are fun, easily understood, and rewarding to your dog and family. We only use a positive, reward based training process that is based on the principles of clicker training, a way of training animals which desirable behavior is marked with a sound maker and then reinforced, making the behavior more likely to happen the future. Training Program Manager and Instructor: BS, KPA-CTP, Retired as President of his company after 37+ years food production and distribution services, began taking a more active role at Godfrey's, working alongside his wife, the owner of Godfrey's-Welcome to Dogdom. He immediately saw a need to assist families assimilate a new dog as a valuable member of the family unit. His passion and interest helping them took off. Having a of dogs goes way back for He was raised a home where dachshunds ruled-both his parents and grandparents cherished the breed. He attained a Bachelor of Science Business during his college years. When it was time for him and to bring a dog into their young married life, they chose english springer spaniel, named him Casey, and he lived a and happy life with them. Along the way, they had great cats, too, who shared their home. 1998, their first retriever, came into their lives. Life was busy keeping up with Training classes, hikes, tons of walks, park runs, etc. of the breed, of dogs, and their adoption of another retriever, led him to become involved with a local rescue group, Delaware Valley Retriever Rescue Wanting to help the organization grow, he took a position on their Board, serving over 7 years, and co-chaired the capital campaign to raise money needed to purchase a permanent shelter facility on Road Reinholds. DVGRR met their goal 9 months! During the early days of rescue work at the new facility, took shifts, working with the rescue goldens. times you could find him a kennel run with a kind but scared coaxing and encouraging the dog and slowly working on building trust. As the organization grew and volunteers learned the ropes, he continued on the Board until he was needed to help at Godfrey's! and remain members of the DVGRR organization. how therapy dogs can comfort others and literally change lives for the better, and wanting to do more with his own dogs, he pursued obtaining therapy dog certification. 2012, he enrolled a therapy dog orientation session run by Keystone Pet Enhanced Therapy Services and no time at all, he and Lake were certified as a Therapy Dog They continue to make monthly visits to a local adult community center and help out at other KPETS events. and and his wife reside with two English Cream Retrievers, Lake and was adopted from DVGRR as were 3 of their previous goldens. is a graduate of High School, Shippensburg State College, and is active Private Pilot. He also enjoys playing racquetball. Lake and both certified KPETS Therapy Dogs, spreading smiles! Instructor: Weersing, Certified Pryor Instructor for Puppy Start Right Program. loves all dogs and she really loves getting puppies off on the right paw! She and her husband are parents of both two-legged and four-legged kids. She has a special affinity for boxers! She's worked with dogs for years, and is a natural at helping folks learn to be better dog parents. She completed the Pryor Puppy Start Right' Instructor certification 2015, then mentored under Godfrey's Training Manager and Istructor. is the Play Park Coordinator, FitPaws® Wellness and Conditioning coach and a Senior Sales Associate at Godfrey's! Instructor: Crough ACDBC loves to play with dogs her dogs, your dogs, any dogs she meets! She considers dog training to be play with a purpose, and enjoys helping people create better relationships with their dogs they can have more fun together. She has dabbled herding, has competed disc dog and dock diving, and has titled dogs flyball, agility and tricks. Her latest dog sport obsession is nose work, a great activity for dogs and handlers of all ages, abilities and personalities! 's first job was caring for neighbors' pets, and she trained her first dog when her family got a Shetland Sheepdog puppy three years later. Since then she has trained and cared for dogs of a wide variety of ages, sizes, breeds