|Dog Training is a Smart Move
Most dog owners never properly train their dogs. Do you worry about how your dog will behave in public? Are you constantly in fear that it might attack other dogs or jump at strangers? Don’t continue to be one of these unfortunate people. Stop being at the mercy of your dog’s misbehavior, come and learn the techniques for eliminating dog to person and dog to dog aggression so you can feel safe with your dog anywhere, at anytime. Ensure the safety of yourself, your dog and those that come into contact with your dog with Old School Dog Obedience Training.
Once trained, you will be amazed at the difference it makes and how much more enjoyable spending time with your dog can be. Your dog’s first lesson is absolutely FREE. Don’t wait, give your dog the "smarts" he/she needs and give yourself some peace of mind
Variety of Choices for Training
We know how valuable your time is, which is why we offer a variety of meeting times for training! We also offer multiple types of training packages that range from basic to advanced. We'll turn that misbehaving puppy into a properly trained dog in no time! During your first free lesson, we will evaluate your dog and find the program that best suits your needs. To save you time, after each training session, we will also show you each of the techniques we use, so that you can practice with your dog at home!
|Strong Dedication to Your Pet.
Here at Old School Dog Obedience we believe each and every dog is capable of being trained successfully. We also know how scary it can be to bring your dog to someone else for training but rest assured, animals are our passion (otherwise we wouldn't be doing this). We pride ourselves on our sense of professionalism and integrity. Your dog is in safe hands and our commitment to dog training will shine when you see just how capable your dog is and watch his/her improvement after just a few short weeks.
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