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We accept sot records emailed to email@example.com, or mailed to 4904 Skyway Dr Manhattan KS 66503, or dropped off at the mailing address.
We are able to handle most special needs. We have clients that are missing legs as well as blind and deaf dogs. Diabetic dogs can pose some difficulties because not everyone is comfortable drawing and checking blood. However, if that is not required we would be willing to consider it.
Yes, as long as there are clear instructions from the client, the vet, and the medications are in a prescription bottle. We are also happy to give dogs supplements and alternative medications as long as there are clear instructions on timing and dosage. Diabetic dogs can pose some difficulties because not everyone is comfortable drawing and checking blood.
Truth: RolloverU uses simple software to conduct their classes. The skills needed are skills you probably use many times throughout your day like sending and receiving emails and watching videos.
Fact: Online training can help guide you on adding distractions slowly so you are setting your dog up for success. For most of us we start at home and as soon as our dog is listening at home we move our training sessions to the local park or dog park. While this works for some, it is very overwhelming and stressful for our pups and they have trouble listening and responding to us. We get frustrated because it seems like our best friend is ignoring us. Usually the sessions end and they may or may not continue because everyone is stressed and frustrated and training is no longer fun. We can help you set your dog up for success by adding distractions slowly and slowly working our way up to the extremely stimulating environment of a park.
Fact: Online classes teach you what to do when your dog reacts without the distraction. You will learn and practice the techniques used to help your dog not react in a calm comfortable environment before adding distractions. This sets you and your dog up for success when you do start practicing in real-life situations. RolloverU includes coaching and practice with your dog’s triggers. These sessions can be online or in-person.
Truth: The 30-minute group meeting and the online coaching sessions ensure you get time with your instructor to get help for your specific training challenges.
Truth: A professional dog trainer is actually training you to train your dog. We are there to encourage and support you while you gain the confidence to use the tools and techniques we teach you. You got this! We have your back!
Truth: RolloverU uses emails and phone calls to communicate with clients. Our videos are uploaded to a private section on YouTube and accessed through the Students Only area of our website. Our meetings are currently conducted using Zoom.
Fact: With RolloverU’s online classes, you have access to the video lessons and the open group meetings for 6 months. You also have 8 weeks to use you’re one-on-one sessions with your trainer.
No. The playgroups are designed for the owners to stay and help supervise play. RolloverU staff is there to ensure the play is appropriate and all the dogs are having fun. We are also happy to answer any questions you may have about just about anything dog related.
The playgroups are for dog-friendly dogs only. We do understand that a dog that is reactive when leashed may be perfectly fine when off leash. You can ask for an evaluation by our staff to see if your dog can attend a playgroup. Our evaluations are free. If your dog is not a good fit for the playgroups he may just need some training or confidence building. If that is the case we will provide you with suggestions and options on how to get your dog to a point where he can join the playgroups.
The dog that is exhibiting the inappropriate behavior is corrected by breaking up play. This can be done a variety of ways. We adhere to the LIMA principle which means Limitedly Invasive Minimally Aversive. We will step between, body block, clap or other loud noise, and grab collars to stop the improper behavior. The dog is allowed to calm down and then go back to playing. If the dog continues to display incorrect behavior, RolloverU staff will ask the owner to collect their dog(s) and leave.