Dogs at Play- A visual presentation

Come learn how to:

  • Differentiate dog play from poor dog-to-dog interaction
  • Observe different styles of dog play 
  • Understand how to manage your dog when playing
  • How to be safe at the dog park
  • How to best intervene if your dog gets into a fight
  • When to call a professional to help your dog with his play skills. 

The Details:

Marty’s Meals, 1107 Pen Road, Santa Fe, NM

Saturday September 24th 2016

11-12 noon 

Playing Hunting GamesFree and open to the public. Limited seating please arrive 15minutes early to secure a spot.

Almudena is a graduate of the renowned San Francisco SPCA Academy for Dog Trainers (CTC), a
Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT) by the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers, a professional member of The Association of Professional Dog Trainers, and the owner of C.H.A.C.O. Dog Training & Behavior Consulting LLC, located in the Santa Fe, New Mexico area. She is also a certified Tellington TTouch® Practitioner for Animal Companions. She was a staff trainer for two years at Tony La Russa Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF) in Walnut Creek, CA. where she worked with under-socialized dogs who had experienced lengthy shelter stays or scored poorly in the SAFER test.  She is the co-author of: Rioja: The crazy and fun adventures of a smart little dog with magical powers and the family that adopted her.
With over 15 years of teaching experience, she loves teaching people as well as dogs. Ms. Ortiz Cué is keenly interested in working with dogs that suffer from emotional issues such as fear, anxiety and aggression as well as working with rowdy adolescents, puppies and everyday problem solving for guardians and their dogs. For more information please visit her website: