Can Someone Help Me Find A Dog Training Facility With A Good Price?

A Reader Asks…

Possibly somewhere in New York or around New York like New Jersey or Conneticut or something. I’m looking for one of those training facilities that has boarding for your and, of course, a training program. (Example: k9one) I’ve already looked at k9one, but I was hoping some could give me a place a cheaper price. Please provide a link or something so that I can check it out myself. Thank you!

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    • Eli
    • August 2, 2009

    i haven’t found any around new york but i have found a dog tringing guide that could help you i have heard that it actually works.
    Sit Stay Fetch is a comprehensive guide to owning, rearing, and training your dog. The course provides you with a step-by-step instruction manual and self-help guide on how to recognize and resolve problem behaviors with maximum efficiency and a surprisingly quick turnaround time. Written by the renowned Daniel Stevens, an experienced dog trainer, the book covers all aspects of dog ownership, offering tried-and-true training methods as well as effective techniques for both preventing and dealing with problem behavior.
    What’s Covered?
    I was pleasantly surprised at just how much information’s been covered. Sit Stay Fetch starts at the very basics – things to consider before adopting a dog, choosing the right breed and dog for you, puppy-proofing your home, dealing with breeders, basic training; and then moves on at a comfortable pace through intermediate and advanced obedience training and ‘tricks’, the mindset of a dog, attaining and maintaining alpha status, aggression in all shapes and forms, biting, both preventing and handling destructive behavior like digging, chewing and barking, anxiety, coprophagia (poop eating), dog whispering, and even understanding how your dog thinks.
    How It Works
    Daniel Stevens recognizes that a great deal of the cause for problematic behaviors in dogs stems from a general lack of communication with the owner. The dog most likely is not misbehaving deliberately; it simply doesn’t understand what you want. Sit Stay Fetch understands that owners need training, too, and clearly demonstrates how dogs communicate, what your dog is thinking, how you can clearly and effectively communicate with your dog, and – most importantly – how to put this knowledge to excellent use when training and handling your dog. Knowledge really is power, and your relationship with your dog will benefit dramatically from it.

    • weslaf03
    • August 2, 2009

    Ask your vet for a recomendation .They should point you in the right direction

    • Teresa
    • August 2, 2009

    This place is in Huntington NY
    http://www.suffolkobedience.com/

    • twidge11
    • August 1, 2009

    I co-instruct at a community park and it is free. The reason is to help people with untrained dogs and make them a better pet. I also go to the ocotc and it is $50 for an 8 week course, but they also teach you how to show in obedience.

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