Calm on Command
with Jeff Gellman
August 13 & 14, 2016
August 13 & 14, 2016
9:00 – 5:00
In this seminar, Jeff will utilize the triage model. No matter the issue or problem behavior, you are welcome to bring your dog to this seminar. Jeff will work tirelessly with you and your dog on both days focusing on your dog’s most important issues. Some behaviors will be resolved immediately, and Jeff will provide all participants with a personalized plan of action to work on at home.
Even the most out of control dogs can be quite easily trained in a short period of time utilizing the correct tools, techniques and philosophies. In this seminar, among many other skills, you will learn the unique Calm on Command training style that so many of Jeff’s clients love. Most bad behavior is caused by simple lack of structure, leadership and proper communication between dog and owner.
In this seminar, Jeff will cover:
Original Calm on Command
How to eliminate leash pulling within 5 minutes
All Obedience Training
Understanding the fundamentals of separation anxiety
Sit / Down / Place / Heel / Recall
Learning the 5 Basic Commands [with Distractions]
Clicker-Remote Collar Training to teach an awesome “Yes”, “No”
What to do with aggressive behavior
How to immediately stop problem behaviors
Understanding your dog’s “state of mind”
Low-Level Remote Collar Training Philosophy and Tecniques
Morning coffee, snacks and lunch will be provided. We will have dinner on Saturday evening at a local eatery, (not included in price).
The Philly Pack
Canine Enrichment Center
1715 McKean Street
Philadelphia, PA 19145
Parking is available on McKean and neighboring streets. The 17th street bus stop is one block away.
He’s a true example of a professional that cares not only about dogs, but about people too.
I’m Jeff Gellman, the trainer other dog trainers recommend for dogs that have INTENSE behavioral problems that they cannot fix. But I do not just work to fix behavioral problems with dogs – I can prevent such problems from happening.
I have a beautiful wife, Linda, and am the father of six wonderful daughters, one son, three German Shepherds, a feral dog, two Pit Bulls, a Turkish Kengal and 2 Chihuahuas. All of my dogs are just family dogs, although I do have one dog Girl who is fully trained in Narcotics Detection and her and I work in private industry to enforce drug free workplaces, drug and rehab centers, cruise ships, warehouses and families can also hire me for their homes.
The greatest thing I have found with rehabilitating dogs is, no matter what the issues are, if we focus on the small things daily, then most of the big things do not manifest. Bad behavior is just the manifestation of losing focus on the basics. In all of my experience, I have seen time and time again that if we focus on the daily rituals, structure, balance, accountability, corrections for behaviors we don’t like, and rewards for things we do, most bad behaviors become a thing of the past.
I will work with all dogs – it doesn’t matter how severe the aggression, how bad the bites, how nervous/anxious, their history, breed, age, or past experiences – I have seen it all – and I’m excited to get you on the path of living with your dog in the best way possible.
My hobbies? It is actually teaching people how to do what it takes to keep their dogs in the house and out of dog shelters. I love doing daily Periscopes as well as webinars all for free to help as many folks as much as I can.
Traveling the country in my RV as part of my RV Dog Trainer tour to help as many people as possible is one of my passions. Being part of an incredible business building seminar series, Train the Trainers with Sean and Jeff, is helping train and support young dog trainers to excel in our industry is also one of the most satisfying things I do.