Happy Handling

Do you dread taking your dog to the vet? Wouldn’t it be great if they weren’t scared or resistant during exams or grooming? Are you paying a groomer or vet to perform nail trims, clipping fur or ear cleaning? Would you like to be able to check your dog’s teeth or brush them? Teach them to wear a muzzle happily? Join us for this informative afternoon of how you can help your dog feel better about any kind of handling. 

Whether you are an owner, trainer or regularly handle dogs for rescue, pet sitting, grooming, vetting or sheltering, this seminar will improve your knowledge and skills so you can teach a dog to be ok with any kind of handling.

Helen St. Pierre is the owner and operator of No Monkey Business Dog Training. Based in Concord New Hampshire, she is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer – Knowledge and Skills Assessed (CPDT-KSA) and a Certified Dog Behavior Consultant (CDBC) and a Operation Socialization Certified Trainer (OSCT). Helen has been training dogs for over 12 years.

Debbie Jacobs CPDT-KA, has studied with notable trainers such as Bob Bailey and Jean Donaldson. She has attended training workshops at Natural Encounters in FL, the San Antonio Zoo, and Wolf Park in IN. Her focus on helping people learn to train dogs struggling with fear-based behavior challenges has led her to isolating the key ingredients to good, successful training, with ANY dog. Debbie is listed in the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior journal’s list of resources.



Location: No Monkey Business Dog Training
141 Old Turnpike Road
Concord, NH 03301

Facility tel: 603-856-7509

Date: June 10, 2018. 12pm-4pm



Seminar & Registration questions: 802-257-0152

Cost: $125.00 for dog & handlers (limited to 8 teams)

$75 without a dog

CEU’s available for CPDTs

Space is available for 8 dog & handler teams. If you would like to bring a dog please contact Debbie directly (802-257-0152 or by email info (at) fearfuldogs.com). Any dog attending should be comfortable in a training facility environment both during practice sessions and during lectures. They should be happy to be around people and other dogs, and owners should feel comfortable having other trainers interact with their dog.

More specifics about the event can be found here, please have a look. Hope you can join us!

Happy Handling