Summer 2021 News & Tips 

Hello!  Welcome to our Summer newsletter.  We hope you enjoy it.

SFDC Meetups are fun! Come out and practice your dog handling & communication skills and meet other past & present members of the Pooch Coach Pack. Our next Meetup for 2021 with FREE training tips, behavior help, treats and socialization practice is:

Saturday, August 14th  @ 12 noon Р1:30 PM


at Christopher Playground in SF


Free demos, advice & treats from The Pooch Coach!


NOTE: The first 45 mins of this meetup is for POOCH COACH CLIENTS ONLY. (Others can join for socialization and tips at 12:45).


As usual, a combination of all types of dogs are welcome: aggressive/reactive, shy/fearful, and curious/comfortable for the first 45 mins with clients. For the 12:45-1:30 portion, only friendly and shy dogs are welcome.


Agenda for the Meetup: 
Please be on time so you do not miss the exercises!


12:00 – 12:20¬†Polite dog greetings. –¬†POOCH COACH CLIENTS ONLY¬†–
We will continue the exercises of walking our dogs by other dogs to practice calmness & not reacting.


12:20 – 12:45¬†One-on-one coaching for Pooch Coach Clients.¬†–¬†POOCH COACH CLIENTS ONLY –


12:45 – 1:30¬†Others can join!¬†The Pooch Coach will answer your training and behavior questions and demonstrate some fun exercises you can do with your pup to help get them to the next level of obedience… and fun!¬† And plenty of free treats for your pups too!



Here’s a video¬†showing an exercise from a previous¬†Meetup…
Check it out to see the kinds of fun & helpful things we do.

Click on picture above, or  to see video.


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July Tips – Things to Fear!


The Pooch Coach has blogged about 3 things you should be prepared for to help keep your dog safe and happy this time of year: Fireworks, Foxtails, & Skunks!


Here is an article¬†on keeping your dog from being anxious around¬†fireworks… Just in time for July 4th!


Here is some important info on how to be prepared for a skunk attack.


Here is some helpful info¬†about the danger of¬†foxtails, with some interesting pics of Kompis’ vet getting one out of her eye!


We hope you don’t ever actually need to use any of these tips! ¬†But, if you do, we’re¬† glad we could help. ¬†As always, if you need more help with anything, feel free to give us a call 415-643-3333 or email


Want more free tips?

Check out The Pooch Coach’s Dog Channel & Blog!

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Have a Happy and Safe 4th of July!!

The Pooch Coach is still holding initial consults via phone,
and conducting phone & park training sessions for existing clients,
so book your next session when you are ready!


So, if you’re ready for another lesson, or want to set up an initial eval,

Book an appt now !

Thanks for reading our Newsletter.

We hope it was informative & interesting.

Please share our newsletter with other dog lovers!

-Beverly Ulbrich,  The Pooch Coach