Does your dog listen sometimes and other times act like he has no idea what you’re asking him to do? Many people find that their dog either listens well in class or at home, but doesn’t listen well in other environments. They’re embarrassed by their dogs behavior in front of company, especially if they’ve […]
FREE Canine Good Citizen testing will be held Wednesday, January 29th 2014 from 4pm – 7pm. The test will be held at our training facility – 4465 Posterity Court, Suite 100, Gastonia, NC 28056. Please call or email to reserve your spot or for more information – 803-210-9380 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Halloween can be a fun event for families and their pets. However, if safety precautions aren’t taken, it can also be a hazardous time for our four-legged companions.
Here are some tips that can help protect your pets on Halloween:
1. Pet Costumes
Your safest choice in a pet Halloween costume would be a loosely tied bandana; […]
Perfect Pet Dog Training, LLC will now be offering free rescue dog training for fosters or handlers with non-profit rescue groups. Classes with be held the 2nd Monday of each month at our facility in Gastonia. Classes will cover basic obedience skills (sit, down, stay, come, leash walking, place) and solving behavior issues such […]
Reality TV versus Real Life
Have you seen the program “The Biggest Loser”? This is a reality TV program where overweight people vie to lose the most weight and win huge cash prizes. Week after week, the program depicts the competitors running, lifting, sweating, climbing and pushing away from the dinner table, with each episode […]
These “For Fun” Classes provide handlers and dogs a chance to experience Agility Classes at a very basic and fun level with structure. Join one of these classes to learn what agility is about. Classes are great for novices (both dogs and handlers) to begin learning from the very beginning (clicker work, shaping, learn […]
Apart from being essential for safety reasons, when your dog has mastered the come command he/she can be allowed greater freedom in many situations. For example, when you are down at the beach or out hiking your dog can go off exploring on her own but will always be alert and ready to respond […]