Saturday, August 8

David Codr

Mulhalls 13615 N 120th Street 

10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., Free

If you’re having dog issues, David Codr could be just the person you need to talk to. And you have a chance to do so for free this next August.

Codr writes a weekly column for the Omaha World-Herald’s Momaha section. He also does one-on-one home sessions to help people better train their dogs, both here in Omaha and in California, where he travels for one week a month for that purpose.

According to Codr, it is important that your dog sees you as an authority figure, and that is a big part of what Codr teaches the dog’s owners. He teaches people how to communicate with their dogs in a way they can understand and respect.

Codr uses dog psychology, positive reinforcement and other methods to help rehabilitate dogs with behavioral issues. He will be teaching these techniques during his upcoming workshops.

There is limited space available, so it is asked that you leave your dogs at home.


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