“Dog training cannot be improvised! “The Forbachois Benjamin Ludwig knows what he is talking about. Holder of a canine educator instructor diploma, owner of two Malinois, the Moselle has a lot of experience behind him. “It has always been a passion, I have already worked for several years as an educator in the sector. »
Socialization and basic advice
Logical follow-up to his passion, he has just opened a canine club in Forbach, rue Jacques-Callot, in the industrial zone. Three other instructors joined him in the adventure, launched a year ago. The structure is associative, therefore chaired by Benjamin Ludwig. Today the site is ready to welcome the first master/dog pairs. The idea: “Once a week, we will welcome owners who would like some advice on raising their pet, whether young or adult”
There is room for everyone. The demand is very strong.
On the program, socialization exercises, advice for learning basic orders or cleanliness. “These are courses accessible to everyone. People will also be able to tell us about the difficulties they encounter and we will look for solutions together. “A few recommendations already: “Be patient and calm with your dog, do not consider him as a kid. It may seem obvious, but you don’t raise a dog like a child, especially in the way you address him! »
Strong demand from owners
Classes of approximately one and a half hours will take place every Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m. The appointment is given at 1:30 p.m. on site. The four monitors of the association will be present. In the sector, several canine clubs already exist. Nothing to worry about Benjamin Ludwig. “There is room for everyone,” he says. The demand is very strong. »
It must be said that with the pandemic, many individuals have acquired a dog, without always having anticipated the education of the newcomer. “And depending on the breed of dog, it’s not always an easy task, supports the president. It is important not to miss each other, if you want to be able to live peacefully with your pet. The first session will take place on Saturday, May 28.
Information from the Kennel Club with Benjamin Ludwig on 06 77 61 89 21.