All classes will use positive reinforcement with clicker training and be held live, online from Houston, Texas via Zoom.

Socialization covers a lot of territory. It can be how your pet interacts with its environment, other animals, people or situations. This class is meant to help you learn to help your pet to deal with these. The initial consultation will be to determine your particular need. Most socialization issues take time to resolve, so a 6 week course will be recommended as a minimum.

Some examples of socialization that we can cover:

  • Your pet doesn't do well with certain people, kids, men, etc.
  • Your pet won't get in the car, doesn't like to go up or down stairs, has trouble going through doorways, etc.
  • You recently got a new pet and the existing pet doesn't get along. Socializing so your pet gets along with all other dogs or cats is not a realistic goal, but you can help them get along with housemates in many cases.

During the consultation, we will determine the specific problem you wish to address, discuss management to help prevent injury to your pet or others, and start to formulate a plan to work through the problem.

Do not expect to solve the problem in one session. Socialization issues of any sort are usually fear-based reactions that will take time to help your pet work through. If you have questions, please feel free to contact me.


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Judy Seils

Judy Seils has over 20 years of experience working with dogs and cats in the most stressful of environments, the veterinary clinic. During that time, she taught dog training classes and helped clients with behavior issues. She trained and competed with two of her dogs, Dreamer and Shiloh, in flyball, and coached other teammates in training their dogs. Judy also had fun working with Dreamer and Shiloh in freestyle.

Though currently dogless, Judy is clicker training her calico cat, Ruby who is keeping her humble as they work on such behaviors as sit, beg, give me five, wearing a harness and others. Cats are definitely harder to train than dogs, but also fun to work with.

Judy loves using her knowledge to help other people train their dogs and cats.

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Last updated 14.9.2022