SF Dog Connectors Meetup Aug – Sept 2016

SF Dog Connector's Meetup with Free Dog Training Tips

SF Dog Connectors Meetups are held approximately once a month.

Training tips & treats from The Pooch Coach!

 Aug – Sept 2016 Meetups

We have 3 amazing upcoming events, all for great causes!
And one educational talk about dogs & children.


August 27th –  Bark for Life

The American Cancer Society Bark For Life SF is a noncompetitive walk event for dogs and their owners to raise funds and awareness for the American Cancer Society’s fight against cancer.

San Francisco Bark for Life American Cancer Society - Ask the Trainer

Join the walk, or just come for the after party & doggie festivities
The Pooch Coach will be on hand as “Ask The Trainer”
Sat. Aug 27th. 10 AM- 2 PM @ Golden Gate Park, SF

For more info, see Facebook event page or Meetup.com


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August 28th –  Mighty Mutt

Join SFDOG and friends at Virgil’s Sea Room (next to El Rio) as we set sail for an afternoon of delicious food, artisan cocktails, and a silent auction—all to raise funds for the legal effort to save dog walking in the GGNRA.

mighty mutt save off leash GGNRA The Pooch Coach

For more info, see Facebook event page or Meetup.com


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September 18th –  Strut Your Mutt

The Pooch Coach has been asked once again to be “Ask The Trainer” at Best Friend’s Annual Strut Your Mutt!

Sept 18th 12 – 4 PM @ Marina Green, SF

San Francisco Best Friends Strut Your Mutt - Ask the Trainer

What Is Strut Your Mutt?

Best Friends Animal Society’s Strut Your Mutt may just be the most fun you can have helping to save the lives of homeless dogs and cats in your neighborhood – and around the country. The annual fundraising dog walk, fun run, and festival culminates in a day of fun for four- and two-legged participants of all ages.


Participate on your own – or as part of a team! – to raise funds for a shelter or rescue organization in your area. Don’t miss the chance to have a ball … and make a difference for homeless pets near you!


For more info, see Facebook event page or Meetup.com


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“Introducing Your Dog and Your Baby”

Discussion on to safely introduce your new baby to your dog, or how to introduce your new dog to your child.  The Pooch Coach will give a talk and demonstration followed by a Q & A.  Raffle prizes too!

Thursday, Sept 8th at 7 – 8 PM

at Babies ‘R Us 775 Serramonte Blvd, Colma, CA (just south of SF).

Free talk for new parents.


babies 'r us children and dogs the pooch coach sf dog trainer


Hope to see you at one or all of these PAWsome events!

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Come out and enjoy some fun play time with your dog. Meet other dog lovers and get training and behavior tips from expert San Francisco dog trainer & behaviorist, The Pooch Coach!


If your dog is a little shy, don’t worry! I’m here to help. We can all work together to teach our dogs great manners around other dogs and all types of people. Let’s demonstrate responsible dog ownership and help keep our parks available for our dogs to play.


This is not an official off leash park, but most people do let their dogs run off leash. Glen Park Canyon is right there, so you can also go on a great hike from here!


There should be plenty of parking in the Safeway/Walgreen’s parking lot. Just walk up the cement stairs off to the right corner of the mall and the park’s right there. (See pics below for details). Or, park on the street on Diamond Heights Blvd – there’s an entrance there as well.


In the meantime, please join us on the SF Dog Connect Facebook page for updates and free dog training tips www.facebook.com/DogConnect

Sign up now for free on Facebook!

OR pay $5.50 in Advance or $10 at the event.

(Meetups are FREE for Pooch Coach clients. )

Dogs (2 max per person)

Here is a video sample of a previous Meetup, where The Pooch Coach explains how to keep your dog from jumping on people to greet them.


Directions to meeting place for park Meetups

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Phone: 415-643-3333

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