Our mission is to provide service and knowledge with integrity and honesty. We want to be known by our clients and by our friends as a family of integrity and as someone they can count on in a time of need. We want to acknowledge the gifts God has given us to help the world and glorify Him.
We have a used mesh that acts as a screen to prevent your dog in the back seat from stepping on the center console or walking to the front passenger and driver seats while you are driving. We have never used one because we crate our dogs securely in the back seat of our car. The owner of this mesh decided to crate her dogs instead and is offering this to anyone who would like to try it.
A+ Dog Training would like to help and remind all dog lovers in Modesto, Turlock, and the greater Turlock areas to keep your dogs and your lives safe while driving.
If you are interested in this free, used mesh screen please call or text Thomas Lee at 209-985-7898 and he could drop it off at your door. We only have one, so first contact, first serve. 🙂
I was dreaming about redeeming prize tickets at a water park when my alarm wakes me up. I open my eyes enough to tap the alarm off and was startled by a 78 pound Labrador quietly staring at me. “How long was my best friend watching me sleep,” I wondered, as I switch the alarm to camera mode and snapped this picture.
If Tom hasn’t trained your dog to tell time yet, then perhaps he’s taught you how to get into a consistent routine with your dog. Our dog knows (without looking at the clock) when it’s time for me to start my day, when he eats, and when our obedience classes are.
As the season changes, pick a consistent time in the day to walk your dog. If you’re not the type that enjoys exercise all that much then just walk your dog for 10 full minutes at the same time every day for 10 full days. Your dog will not only love you for it, but they will be an encouragement to keep the walk-time daily. I encourage you to try the “10 minutes at the same time for 10 full days” dog walk challenge and comment on this post as to how it’s going. Will your dog quietly sit close to you and stare until it’s time to walk? Will your dog whine until you remember that it’s time to put on their leash? I challenge you to try it just to see if your dog will start telling time!
You might think that we designed our monthly Puppy Socials at Taylor ER Veterinary in Turlock for puppies to develop the right social skills with other pups. But maybe, it’s really so that A+ Dog Training can get their monthly fix and pet a bunch of puppies!
It never fails at our monthly Puppy Social. At least one of the two water bowls gets knocked over, pushed aside, or has paws dipping into it within the first three minutes of unleashed puppies.
And that’s how a social is supposed to party!
Our Puppy Socials are designed for the puppy one year and younger that are not quite finished with their vaccinations but need the experience of being around other humans and dogs in a safe environment. Taylor ER Veterinary in Turlock and A+ Dog Training are here to provide that for you and your new best friend!