Welcome to the HHHS Petiquette Training
Thank you for considering our Petiquette Training class for improving your relationship with your dog. This class will provide you with the tools to assist you in training your dog.
Petiquette focuses on the following ways to improve your relationship with your dog and their behavior.
Things you will learn at Petiquette:
· Basic training tips and dog socialization techniques
· Loose leash walking, Sit, Watch Me and Settle
· Wait, Take It, and Down
· Dog Agility
6 week class for $100
Agility is the ultimate game for you and your dog. It is an
activity that strengthens the bond between dog and
handler and provides fun and exercise for both.
Agility boost confidence of both dog and handler as well.
We encourage people of any age to sign up for the class
with their four-legged friend. You will not be disappointed
with the fun you have learning this fast-growing sport with
NOTE: Dogs must be 1 year of age to take the class.
Amy Ogleby, HHHS Director of Training and Education
Amy and Bocephus
Amy has been employed by HHHS since August of 2012. She moved here from Denver, Colorado where she worked for Denver Dumb Friends League. She worked on the Dumb Friends League Behavior team. She not only trained dogs but also cats! She helped instruct public classes in Cat Behavior, Dog Behavior, Learning Theory, and Clicker training. Was one of the lead instructors in Puppy Preschool and Assistant Instructor in Clicks N’ Tricks, one of the first public training classes available for cats. As a employee of the behavior team she also trained shelter dogs, assisted in behavior assessments, gave behavior advice on the Dumb Friends League Behavior Helpline for dogs and cats and gave behavior consults for all adopted animals from Dumb Friends League.
While at Dumb Friends League she got the opportunity to help open a new shelter for horses in 2011. She helped design, develop and organize a Equine Shelter for law enforcement agencies in Colorado. Harmony Equine Shelter opened in June of 2012. Amy assisted with just about every aspect of their shelter before moving to Burlingame, Kansas and excepting a position at Helping Hands Humane Society.
Amy grew up in Colorado, always a huge animal lover she pursued her degree in Equine Sciences at Colorado State University. She also got her Masters degree in Agricultural Extension Education at Colorado State University. She is a certified riding instructor and has been training horses and people for over 15 years.
She has always had a love for dogs and cats as well. When the opportunity arose to start training dogs she jumped on it. For the last three years she has been working at training dogs as well as cats. She loves clicker training and figures if you can train a hermit crab you can train just about anything!
Amy shares her home with her cat, Katniss, English Shepherd, Bocephus, Lab, Ellie, Scnoodle, Biscuit, Quarter horse, Sammie, Appaloosa, Scout, Donkey, Sarah, Pig, Miss Piggy and around 30 chickens…