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BAK217
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Puppy Training

Does anyone have any experience with : TJC Dog Training ( Levittown) for one on one training, with possible off leash training ?
Or PetSmart training classes ?

Thanks

Posted 2/2/21 6:37 PM
 
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nraboni
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Puppy Training

I'd be interested in this information too as we just got a puppy and am looking into training.

Posted 2/2/21 6:53 PM
 

MarathonKnitter
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Re: Puppy Training

about 7 years ago, we did petsmart with our puppy. but it wasn't one-on-one. it was a small group. we learned a lot to help her be an awesome dog.

this is the only time i've ever done anything formal with a dog and i don't regret it.




edited because i don't know how to spell

Message edited 2/2/2021 8:04:14 PM.

Posted 2/2/21 6:54 PM
 

BAK217
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Re: Puppy Training

Posted by nraboni

I'd be interested in this information too as we just got a puppy and am looking into training.



Sent FM

Posted 2/2/21 7:43 PM
 

PhyllisNJoe
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Re: Puppy Training

I highly recommend calling Barry at Have Leash will train

He did a great job with my dogs and I recommend clients to him all the time.

Barry

Posted 2/2/21 8:29 PM
 

Tulips915
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Re: Puppy Training

K9 University (Marlon). He used to work at NSAL. He has his own company now. He's great.

Link

Posted 2/3/21 12:12 PM
 

hmm
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Puppy Training

MY dog trained was recommenced by my vet, my vet used him but I think if moved. I would stay away from Petsmart and chains, I dont believe they are certified trainers

I never used leslie but I know her. She became a trainer years after I got my dog ::The Confident K-9 631-427-4241
'Creating balance and household harmony through calm assertive training'

Posted 2/3/21 2:11 AM
 

tray831
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Re: Puppy Training


Definitely do your research on Puppy Training. I have never heard of the one you listed; nor did I find anything doing a quick search. So unless they came highly recommended by someone you know, I would keep looking.

I've had trainers come to our house to be more hands on with us. I would suggest doing that type of training instead of bringing him/her somewhere.

I would definitely not use PetSmart/Petco or any commercial place like that for any training.

Good Luck! What Breed of a cutie pie do you have?

Posted 2/3/21 3:03 PM
 

tray831
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Re: Puppy Training


*Double post**

Message edited 2/3/2021 3:14:25 PM.

Posted 2/3/21 3:14 PM
 

BAK217
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Re: Puppy Training

Posted by tray831

Good Luck! What Breed of a cutie pie do you have?




We have a FoxRed Labrador Retriever, Archie is 16 weeks old Chat Icon

Posted 2/3/21 4:15 PM
 

tray831
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Re: Puppy Training

Posted by BAK217

Posted by tray831

Good Luck! What Breed of a cutie pie do you have?




We have a FoxRed Labrador Retriever, Archie is 16 weeks old Chat Icon



Soooo cute!! Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon

Posted 2/3/21 4:34 PM
 

PhyllisNJoe
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Re: Puppy Training

Posted by BAK217

Posted by tray831

Good Luck! What Breed of a cutie pie do you have?




We have a FoxRed Labrador Retriever, Archie is 16 weeks old Chat Icon



16 weeks. A great time to get the straining started. They really begin to retain a lot of info you throw at them at this stage.

Best of luck! Remember - stick with your training. Every day. It’s hard work in the beginning but you’ll have a fantastic dog for their whole life afterwards.

Posted 2/3/21 4:58 PM
 

BAK217
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Re: Puppy Training

Thanks for the information....will discuss with DH and decide.

Posted 2/4/21 12:45 PM
 
 

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