Dog Behavior Seminar and Clinic
Saturday, November 4, 2017
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Covey Run Farm, 579 Woodview Road, Avondale, PA 19311
General Admission Ticket Cost: $10.00
*A general admission ticket provides access to observe all sessions*
We are extremely happy to present a dog behavior seminar and clinic by Brad Bagel, professional dog behaviorist. Brad has worked with our rescue and community for years helping dogs with all types of behavioral issues, ranging from anxiety, fear, aggression, obsession, dominance, etc. Brad believes that 100% of all dogs with behavioral issues CAN be corrected. He has helped our rescue and other rescues & shelters with some of the toughest cases to rehabilitate and/or dogs that have been deemed “unadoptable”. In many cases he was the dog’s last chance. We are proud to say, because of Brad, all of those dogs are now in loving forever homes living normal everyday lives with their owners. The techniques he uses truly work!
Brad Bagel’s Story
Brad is a lifelong dog lover who began his work with dogs by fostering for various rescues and shelters. He always had an understanding of dogs that was a little deeper. He just seemed to know what they were thinking and the meaning behind their actions. Within a short period of time, the rescues and shelters Brad was fostering for started giving him the dogs that were not getting adopted because of behavioral issues. After a couple of weeks of staying with Brad, they would get successfully adopted. The rescues and shelters started to give Brad tougher and tougher cases. Each time, the “unadoptable” dog would get rehabilitated and adopted.
Once Brad saw he was able to help “unadoptable” dogs get adopted, the next step became clear. Each year countless owners surrender their dogs to a rescue or shelter because of behavioral issues. Brad realized the best way of helping rescue dogs is preventing them from getting surrendered in the first place. By teaching owners who are contemplating surrendering their dog how to correct their dog’s behavioral issues, he could prevent those dogs from being surrendered. As time went on, Brad has opened up his help to any dog owner interested in learning. Today he works with families all over the East Coast.