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K918 Dog Training

***I NO LONGER CONTACT PEOPLE THROUGH BARK*** If you are interested in my training services please check out my website K918dogtraining.com to learn more about my training style & pricing. Fill out the contact form to schedule your free phone consultation. I have been working with dogs for about 20 years, & have volunteered with multiple rescues helping solve a variety of behavior problems. I have years of experience teaching on & off leash obedience, behavior modification & puppy training. I am confident I can not only help train your dog, but can help teach YOU how to train your dog so you can have a great life together for years to come!!!

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What do you love most about your job?

Being the saving grace to owners who are struggling with their dogs. I know sometimes people often debate getting rid of a dog because they can't handle it, I want to be the person to help those people in desperate need, helping fix the issues they are having with their dog so they don't have to make terrible choice.

What inspired you to start your own business?

I've been working with dogs my entire life and volunteer at shelters regularly to help fix issues some dogs have. Dogs are my biggest passion in life, and it absolutely kills me to know how many get dumped at a shelter due to simple behavioral issues that are easy to fix. I want to educate owners on how to handle their dogs so they don't get taken to a shelter and have a high chance of being euthanized.

Why should our clients choose you?

I'm very personable with my clients, and like to keep our sessions more friendly than stiff and business like. My training style is very natural, meaning I teach dogs in a way they would teach each other, building a communication system that they understand so they can adapt to our crazy human world.

Most importantly I focus on training you, the owner. If your dog has a behavior that you don't like, I want to help you understand why it's happening, and how to stop it from happening. You are the person your dog will be spending the rest of its life with, so it's my job to make sure I explain things in a way you understand, so you can continue to train the dog on your own for years to come.

Can you provide your services online or remotely? If so, please add details.

Potentially. We will need to discuss the issues you are having with your dog and your overall goals to determine if online training is a possibility or if hands on work is required.

What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?

Training can take place outside if that makes the owner more comfortable. A mask can be worn for inside training if requested by the owner.

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