training reimbursement program
We believe that responsible ownership starts with you and your dog building a relationship, bonding, learning respect, and growing together.
Training classes with a professional trainer can help build a strong relationship. Even if you are an experienced dog owner, training classes are a great way to get your new dog out into new environments with new people.
We feel so strongly about how a good training class impacts your and your dog's relationship, that we issue a $100 training reimbursement credit to adopters who complete a training class within 90 days of adoption!
In addition, SEPR offers a foundations class called Train-A-Bull** to alumni (over 1 year of age) on a seasonal basis. These classes are currently free for alumni!!
How it works
Adopters complete a minimum of Level 1 or Foundations training class* with their dog within 90 days of adoption.
Adopters submit a copy of their completion certificate using the form below.
A reimbursement check for $100 will be mailed to the adopter.
It is that easy!
*Classes must be completed with a professional trainer. We will not accept training from a friend, neighbor, or non-licensed trainer. If you need recommendations or have questions about a trainer or this program before you start, please email us.
ADOPTERS: Do not forget to submit your obedience certificates by following the link below and uploading a copy of your training certificate.
Training & Education links
It can be hard to know what information out there is good and what sources are not good. Below are resources that we love, follow, and want to share with you. Many of these resources come from Bad Rap.
We have put together a few videos to help you manage your dog in your home and keep him safe. Learn how to fit a Gentle Leader, install a tie down, and how to create a well-secured crate.
Setting Up And Securing Your Crate
How to install a tie-down.
How to fit a Gentle Leader
Other Resources & links
We have complied additional information, whether you are looking to rent a home with your dog, need information on your rights and the law, or want to help keep a dog in their home.