Sharon, Massachusetts 02067
Phone: (781) 784-3482
Dan Allman, President
The methods are gentle and humane using only positive reinforcement.
Group class description:
Each class is approximately one hour long, and meets once a week for seven weeks. The goal is to teach your pet desirable and appropriate behavior, while at the same time keeping alive that personality which makes your dog special. These classes will primarily focus on teaching the owner/ handler how to teach the dog.
As a professional trainer I am versed in the use of many different collars and leashes. I will help the owners/handles determine which type is best for their dog. For example: buckle, choke chain, pinch, Halti, or harness.
Proud benefactors of ASPCA, Humane Society of the United States, the MSPCA, and NCHS.
K9 Protective Services is pleased to publicly announce its partnership with the American Kennel Club in bringing the Canine Good Citizen Test to your area. The goals of the CGC program are to teach responsible dog ownership, and to make good citizens out of all dogs, purebred or mixed breed.
The Canine Good Citizen program is based on the concept that all dogs should have enough basic training to be under control at home or in public. A ten-step test is administered which evaluates the dogs' training. All, who pass, will receive an award from the American Kennel Club, thus making them community members in good standing. A non-refundable fee of $15 is required to participate and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to a local MSPCA or a local no kill shelter.