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Join chill this July as we once again bring you the 3d workshop: Dealing with difficult dogs!

Heather Beck will be back in Burlington, VT this July to teach a two-day workshop on how to deal with difficult dogs. 100% of the proceeds from this event will benefit the Chill Foundation's youth-development programming! 

The 3D Workshop, Dealing with Difficult Dogs, is a 2-day workshop focusing on a combination of interactive lecture by Heather Beck and hands on work with dogs. This affordable experience will benefit anyone from dog owners, veterinarians, shelter and rescue workers, and beginner to high end trainers. Also, it's for a great cause! We will cover socialization for reactive dogs, basic to advance leash handling, tools and techniques to create calm and confident dogs and handlers, and much more! This event is not to be missed!

This is an amazing opportunity to learn from one of the most respected dog trainers in the business and support a great non-profit. Want to bring your dog for hands on training? Book now as there are only 10 working spots available!

Dates: July 13th & 14th, 2019
Times: 9 AM to 4 PM
Location: Burton Snowboards - 152 Industrial Parkway, Burlington, VT 05401
Registration Prices: With Dog: $400
Without Dog: $250

*No refunds after June 14, 2019*

About Heather Beck

Heather Beck started skiing at the age of 2, and snowboarding at 12. Her very first snowboard was a Burton Woody. She couldn't be more excited to be asked by Burton Snowboards to help raise funds for the Chill Foundation, by teaching a 3D Workshop at Burton in Vermont! She loves the idea of using her dog experience to bring in funds to help introduce youth to the boardsport community and teach valuable life skills! 

Founder of K9 Lifeline, Heather has been working with dogs since 1995. Her experience ranges from Animal Control Officer to fostering dogs for adoption to running her own large breed and pitbull rescue, and has also trained and handled every type of dog from puppies to difficult and reactive. She worked with dogs through her college years, earning a Bachelor’s Degree from Westminster College. These many years of hands on experience enables her to successfully connect with dogs and owners to teach the psychology behind a dog’s behavior, creating better communication with “man’s best friend”. Most importantly, she gets results, as indicated by grateful clients and students from around the world.


Lodging

We have a group rate for the event set up at the below hotels. Discounted rates are as follows:

Best Western PLUS Windjammer Inn

Room Type: Two Double Beds (Pet Friendly). Rate includes complimentary full hot breakfast - $179

Pet fee of $10 per night

Reservations can be made by calling the hotel directly at 800.371.1125 and mentioning the 'The Chill Foundation'. Reservations can also be made online be clicking here.

Green Mountain Suites Hotel  

Rates include Fireside Breakfast served daily. The hotel allows pets for a fee of $25 per day with a $75 limit per stay. Room Type: Weekday Rate/Weekend Rate

King Suite $169/$219
Double Beds $179/$239

To book your room, call 802.860.1212 and mention the 'Chill Dog 2019'.