LEARN & PLAY CANINE SOCIALIZATION
This is a safe place where small dogs gather together for training and playing while socializing.
Canines learn Etiquette & Behavioral skills.
We help resolve negative social behavior.
We give canine behavioral tips to fur parents.
Tiny Paws Fresno - Small Social Canines is a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal welfare organization & charity created to raise awareness and provide owner support through canine Socialization, Education and Resources.
We offer Small Dog Leash Walking Training classes and host Learn & Play Small Dog Socials, guided by Certified Canine Communication Specialists, Pet Psychologists, and Trainers to teach proper canine etiquette & behavior skills while they play and socialize.
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Our mission is to close the communication gap between humans and dogs which will create a stronger bond.
Many shelter dogs come from unknown backgrounds. Most lack training or socialization. If they were feral or lived on the streets, they can have behavioral issues. It’s understandable that they need instruction and patience.
After you adopt your dog, you may notice some negative etiquette and behavioral issues.
If no solution is founds, dogs get returned to the shelters.
Almost 10 percent of adopted dogs are returned within the first 6 months.
The issue never gets resolved and dogs stay in shelters longer.
We host Learn & Play Small Dog Social events to bring small dogs together to play, have fun, and make new friends while training Etiquette & Behavioral skills.
We offer Small Dog Training Classes
We combine 3 Different Techniques to create a positive learning to proper dog behavior.
Vet Bill Financial Assistance
Low Cost Spaying and Neutering
Pet Food Pantry
Animal Rescue & Transportation
We give you tips on Canine Communications.
Know how to read their dog’s body language, respond accordingly while projecting confidence and authority. This strengthens the relationship between dog and human.
Alpha dog or dominance suggests that dogs see their families as their packs and follow a social hierarchy, as observed in captive wolf packs.
Dogs need to learn to respect their human as the alpha and submit. If your dog wants to go out, then they have to sit or stand still before you open the door. If they want to eat, then they have to wait calmly while you prepare food.
Positive reinforcement is important to learn how to strengthen good behavior without the need for reward. Instead of a reward, we build the dogs' confidence and make then feel proud of their accomplishments. Positive reinforcement encourages good behaviors and bring out their best qualities