Largest Indoor Training Facility in Texas

Largest Indoor Training Facility in Texas

World Class Speakers and Instruction

World Class Speakers and Instruction

Premium diets, toys and more

Premium diets, toys and more

All new students are required to start with our Introduction to Positive Training

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Welcome to All FUR Fun

All FUR Fun has grown to be the largest indoor dog training facility in the state of Texas! We call ourselves “dog trainers” but, in fact, a very small part of the business is training dogs. What we ultimately do is train people how to communicate more effectively with their dogs and puppies. Our mission at All FUR Fun is to provide a place to open the lines of communication and enhance the bond between you and your dog. We want your dog to feel secure, happy, well mannered, and to be a valued member of your household.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

January 27, 2017

Pet Fooled is a documentary exposing the inner workings of the commercial pet food industry.

If you care to know the TRUTH about what IS in dog food, this is the start of your “feeding for the health of your dog” journey.
Please join us for good camaraderie with like-minded pet owners. AFF will provide snacks and this is also a “happy hour”, BRING your OWN (beer or wine) event. Those interested must register.

 


 

Karen Deeds Mini Seminars

 

Fearful Dogs

February 4, 2017

9:30 – 1:30 

What does a ‘fearful dog’ look like?  What causes it?  What should or shouldn’t we do to help them?  Fight, flight, freeze or fidget…  these are the responses that dogs have an option to make when they feel threatened.  Remember, what is threatening is determined by the dog NOT the human!  Working with shy or fearful dogs requires patience, innovation, and an awareness of subtle body communication signals.   This mini-seminar will help you to understand when your dog is afraid or overwhelmed and feels the need to retreat or cower.  We will also discuss a variety of management, training, and behavior modification protocols that can be used to modify the behavior. This seminar will utilize power point including photos and videos showing the ‘problem’ as well as solutions! Click here to register.

Reactive Dogs

February 4, 2017

3:00 – 7:00 

What does a ‘reactive dog’ look like?  What causes it?  What should we do to help them?  What shouldn’t we do?  Many dogs get a ‘bad dog’ label when they aren’t really bad, but are afraid or overwhelmed.  It is up to us, the dogs advocate, to be able to identify when our dog is struggling and what we can do to help them and what we do that will hurt them.  Dogs communicate using their body as well as their voice; sometimes it is very subtle, and sometimes it isn’t!  This mini-seminar will help you to understand when your dog is afraid or overwhelmed and feels the need to react.  We will also discuss a variety of management, training, and behavior modification protocols that can be used to modify the behavior.  This seminar will utilize power point including photos and videos showing the ‘problem’ as well as solutions!  Click here to register.

 


February 10-12, 2017

The 2017 FetchMasters Positive Gun Dog Training RV Tour

When Thomas and Linda Aaron started presenting workshops in 2014, the focus was strictly on gun dog training. However, they quickly noticed that a large percentage of the people attending workshops were from other niches. Because of this, they have generalized their material to better accommodate those niches. 

 
So, while there is certainly talk about gun dog training (after all, Gun Dog Training is one of the toughest nuts to crack in the dog training world because of it’s strong tradition of using aversive methods, and it inspires a lot of people that we are cracking it), Thomas and Linda quickly show how these necessary gun dog skills can be revolutionary for anyone looking for positive methods of training developing field-grade, off-leash reliability in highly-distracting, prey-infested environments. 
 
Click here for more information and to register.

 

 

 

 

 

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Amazing trainers who not only provide "standard" positive training for dogs, but also help with specific issues you and your pup may be stru...
Angie Petersen
Great facility, loads of fun!
Pat Corl
Great people, awesome facility!
Robin Suzanne Hood
Mignonne, our Borderdoodle (don't laugh) received a great foundation as a puppy from Paula Weir. We miss Emily's Happy Hurdles on Thursday n...
Robin and Randy Foret
Simply awesome!highly recommended for everyone,you can get great agility training and learn a lot of "how to" things here and it's fun all t...
Gala Kst
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