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Now Offering Dog Training in Danbury

Does your dog…

- Jump on guests that come in the door?

- Have too much energy?

- Bark, lunge, and drag you down the road on walks?

- Not listen to your commands except when you have treats or when there are no distractions present?

There is no need for you to continue to struggle with your dog’s behavior issues.  Even if you have been suffering with these issues for years, or have worked with another trainer in the past and been unsuccessful – I can help you solve these issues so you can live the harmonious and happy life you have always wanted with your dog.

Did you get a new puppy?

This is the perfect time to lay a proper foundation of structure, boundaries, and obedience training.  A little training early on, can go a long way in preventing future behavior issues.

Is your puppy having accidents in the home?  Mouthing and chewing on everything?  Not listening to your commands? 

The puppy stage can be very stressful and frustrating for many dog owners.  My puppy training protocol can help you solve these challenges.  Puppyhood should not be a stressful time, but rather a fun learning and bonding experience for both dog and owner.

Using a safe, simple, and effective training system enables all dogs; regardless of breed, size or age to be fully trained.  There is no need for you to struggle with your older dog or new puppy.  Simply begin using a proven dog training system, and you can achieve the stress free relationship you have always wanted with your dog.  

I am expanding my in-home dog training services to Danbury.  I am booking my summer training schedule and only taking on a select number of new clients in Danbury.  I am only looking for owners who are dedicated to improving their dog’s level of obedience, behavior issues, or puppy training.

To try and secure a training slot, contact me at: 914-774-7654 or steve@srdogtraining.com

Thank you,

Steve Reid – Owner and Certified Dog Trainer

S.R. Dog Training

www.srdogtraining.com




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