Brother of the Wolf Welcomes You
May's Dog of the Month is DYLAN! Dylan is being fostered by Dawn Watson and is available for adoption! Please call us for more information.
Many thanks to Larry Fine of Doggyality, LLC, for the "Dog of the Month" idea!
Brother of the Wolf, located at 700 Market St in Gloucester City, announces its schedule of classes for April. Classes for residents of Gloucester City are offered at no charge. Take one class or take them all. Call 856.981.8957 for more information.
Saturday, April 13 through Saturday, May 4: Call of the Wild Adventure series. Meet at a different park each Saturday. Your dog will learn to socialize with other dogs, react positively to cyclists, children, joggers, etc. Begins at 11 AM. First session at Timber Creek Park in Glendora. $20 per class, per dog. Cash only.
Sunday, April 21, Sunday, May 5, Sunday, May 19. Basic Obedience & Socialization for the Young Dog or Foster Dog. Your puppy or foster dog will learn basic manners and socialization with a little bit of agility for added fun! Class is held at Brother of the Wolf in Gloucester City. Foster dogs from rescue groups admitted at no cost. Must show proof that you are fostering, before class begins. Other dogs, $20 per class, per dog. Cash only. Begins at 1 PM.
Brother of the Wolf, LLC, which offers training for dogs and the people that love them, announces its new semester beginning in September!
Learn to become a professional dog trainer in three short months! Our program Is a hands-on combination of seminars, shelter work, and field trips. Tuition includes supplies (uniform shirt, training pouch, binder, leash, etc), all field trip admission fees, and much more!
The program is broken into 3 Modules. During the first Mod you will learn how dogs ‘speak’ to one another through body language, learn the basics of handling skills, learn how to massage a dog into a state of complete relaxation, and how to set up your own dog training practice.
During the second Mod you will go on 3 field trips. All expenses are paid. One destination is Howling Woods Farm, where you will interact with wolves and wolf-hybrids to learn more about pack hierarchy and Alpha behaviors. You will also work with pre-adoptive dogs at Salem County Humane Society.
During the third Module, you will be planning and teaching classes and assisting with private clients.
Seating is limited. Classes will begin shortly after Labor Day. Scheduling is flexible—we will work around YOUR schedule! Tuition for each Module is $325. Payment is expected before each Module begins. A deposit of $200 is required upon acceptance. The deposit is non-refundable and will be applied to the remaining tuition. Tuition for the first Module is due at orientation. Some students may qualify for the Gary DuBrey Scholarship Fund.