Why train your dog?

We are often asked why we require adopters to enroll their dogs in an obedience class. Here are just a few reasons to keep in mind!

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  • Sue

    Sue Troy

    Exactly. I could not agree more. Even if you've trained lots of dogs or had lots of dogs, you have never had "this dog". Your new rescue may or may not come with issues, but taking a class promotes bonding with your new buddy, confidence, manners, socializing and so many other positive benefits. I've been a Certified Dog Trainer & Mentor at Petco in Troy for 10 years and our rescue groups have sent me hundreds of dogs and their new owners. It's so fun for me to watch each and every one of them grow and learn.

    Exactly. I could not agree more. Even if you've trained lots of dogs or had lots of dogs, you have never had "this dog".
    Your new rescue may or may not come with issues, but taking a class promotes bonding with your new buddy, confidence, manners, socializing and so many other positive benefits.
    I've been a Certified Dog Trainer & Mentor at Petco in Troy for 10 years and our rescue groups have sent me hundreds of dogs and their new owners. It's so fun for me to watch each and every one of them grow and learn.

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