WHAT A TRANSFORMATION !

by Ruth Kreller
(Brantford, ON)

When we arrived at novice training we all had wild puppies! Yes they were cute but out of control. By the end of 10 weeks it was hard to believe these were the same dogs. All the puppies were well behaved and understood commands. What a transformation!


We highly recommend Precision K9 Professional Training to anyone who wants to train their dog at any level. We have finished the Novice Level and are looking forward to Intermediate and Advanced Levels. The training was precise and explained and demonstrated well. We learned how to get a FIRST COMMAND RESPONSE. Shannon explained commands clearly in a way that we could understand and was always willing to answer individual questions and concerns. She LISTENED to us and was able to advise us on different issues we had outside of class and to help us problem solve.

We are now proud to walk our Golden Doodle and take her anywhere with us. People stop us all the time and comment on how good she is for such a young dog. As an added bonus Shannon also boards dogs - while we were away, Lillian's training continued and that was nice to come home to.

Thanks Shannon!

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Nov 03, 2010
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Great work!
by: Shannon P

Congratulations on your completion of the Novice Level... Lillian has come a long way!

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