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2018 “No Training” Dates

The following are “No Training” Dates for 2018: Return to training – Saturday 3rd February 2018 Saturday 10th March – Labour Day Saturday 31st March – Easter Saturday Mid year Break June/July – details TBC Some dates may be subject to change and if this is the case, ample notification will be given to all members.

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Dash

I am writing to express my heartfelt gratitude to Trish, Stuart, Sean and the whole Four Paws K9 Training team for their sustained personal interest and professional advice on helping to rehabilitate my highly reactive, dog-aggressive and extremely beloved Ridgeback x Bull Mastiff, Dash. There was no quick fix; we have been training now for 2 years. But after all this time, socialisation and guidance she is becoming a calm and trusting dog again. The respectful and supportive culture within…

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Chloe

I just want to say that I am very pleased we started training our little dog Chloe through Four Paws. Chloe from a pup had no idea how to socialise with other dogs. When we first saw her she just sat in the corner while her brothers and sisters would play, and from then on the problem got worse to the point where she thought she was boss and turned on us. 10 months have passed since we joined and…

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Lucas/Amy

With two reactive dogs, Four Paws has been a wonderful controlled environment into which I’ve been able to bring them for assimilation with other dogs. The supervision and support provided by the trainers has been essential during a long period of conditioning required for Lucas and Amy to be able to participate in normal obedience classes. It is very gratifying to work with trainers who take as much pleasure in the gains made by your dogs as you do.

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Neddy

I remember the day I made the phone call to Four Paws Training as I was being pulled down the street by our over-excited 10 month old blue heeler cross named Neddy who we got from the lost dogs home. I was told to come down for their Saturday morning training to have a chat and a look at what goes on. No problems I said but I think I will leave Neddy at home as I think his over…

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Test Event 1

Title: Test Event 1Location: Keilor Downs Primary School, Keilor DownsDescription: wqeljhbaeskjw edk eafawe ‘wr fklwjfwalj; fwear f aw f awr’fn waljfnw f’awfw fawf rewnkf q3wf ;aw Start Time: 12:30Date: 2011-09-06

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Newsletters

Download our Dog’s Dish newsletter publications for all of the latest news, updates and information pertaining to trainign at our Keilor Downs training location. Newsletter Nov-Dec 2017

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Dougal

Dougal is a Belgian Shepherd x Border Collie. He came to us when he was 18 months old through the Victorian Dog Rescue Program. He was well behaved and very affectionate and we fell in love with him very quickly. From the first day we never had a minute’s trouble with him, even when we left him at home on his own. He was friendly with people and also with dogs who visited our home. But we soon discovered that…

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Neo

Neo had a very difficult first 8 months of his life. He was rescued by a breeder who was very concerned about Neo’s health and nurtured him back to health, despite being told by the vet that the only option was to have Neo put to sleep. I took Neo home when he was 13 weeks of age and tried to do all the right things for this sweet little puppy. I took him to puppy school for socialisation and…

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Patch

Patch came to us at 2 years old, having been returned to his breeder by his first owners and not successfully rehoused since. Patch’s breeder eventually gave him up to rescue via the Dalmatian Club of Victoria, who knew we were on the lookout for a companion for our viszla puppy Marcie. They gave us a call to try him out at home for a week after holding on to him for a month of assessment. The first week at…

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