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“Energetic, Active, and Clean!”
All animals are easy to love in my eyes and, as a Wag! user myself, I am committed to making this experience a positive one. I currently share my life with my 2 rescues. I have a Pit mix, Twinkie, and a Husky mix, Trixie, and have years of experience working with pets. I pride myself on being reliable, knowledgeable, consistent, high energy and clean. I will always treat your family, home, and community with respect and I will work with the goal of leaving your pup happy, healthy, and tired.
Training Exam Complete
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Puppy training
“Extending your love to your pup thru my walks!”
I have had dogs my entire life! They are a HUGE part of my entire family, my sister even became a veterinarian. I have trained some of my dogs, provided grooming and of course, walked them all multiple times a day! My goal is to provide an extension of your love thru my walks to help your pup get by until his favorite human returns!
Training Exam Complete
Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience
Did you know that the world record holder for a litter of puppies is 24? Owning and caring for one dog is a big responsibility, let alone 24 hungry mouths to feed and puppies to toilet train. To get your little four-legger on the right track to peeing outside, start with the timing method. Taking your pup to potty at opportune moments, like when they are excited or right after a nap, is key to success.
Dogs love to bark. To communicate their feelings, they’ll vocalize and use body language. If the barking starts to get out of hand, teach your furry companion the quiet command. This useful knowledge is usable in many situations, when at home or out on a walk. Dogs relate to the word "quiet" when consistent training is part of the package, and know that it’s time to tone things down.
If you love the ambiance of the training class as much as your dog does, why not go for gold? Take your dog through all of the ranks of obedience, right up to rescue mode. Certain skillsets are the hallmark of a rescue canine. Learning to find someone, knowing how to retrieve, and being capable of performing a swimming rescue are examples of pooch heroics.
Being the best canine kiddo on the block when it comes to obedience is a great goal to have. Dog training in New Albany is the way to get there. Whether your pup is young and has to learn all of the commands, or is a senior dog looking to brush up on skills, dog trainers in New Albany are ready and waiting.
Dog training really is essential. Woofers who have trained and know their commands are happy and content. Not only that, they’ve got doggo friends galore! Group classes are great for making life-long four-legged friends. To attend a weekly class for a month to 6 weeks, budget around $150.
In-home private dog training is a blast for pooches. They’ve got every inch of attention from the trainer. They can focus 100% without the distraction of other dogs barking and jumping as they await their turn. If your dog is shy, in-home classes may be just the solution for boosting their confidence. Expect to pay about between $100 and $200 an hour. The price varies, depending on whether a consultation is required, and how much your furry buddy needs to learn.
Pet parents who want to hand their furry charges over to the pros for a boot camp style of training will pay about $2400 for a 2-week session at board and train camp. This option typically comes with follow-up support after the lessons are complete.
With this information on hand, you are ready to enroll Fido in dog training classes. If you have a hectic schedule, look to in-home private dog training as the perfect solution. Dog trainers in New Albany are enthusiastic and know how to bring out the best in your dog. In-home private instruction with a dog trainer with Wag! is convenient and can be booked at a time that suits you best. Dog training lessons are affordable, at rates as low as $60 per one-hour session. It’s as easy as downloading the Wag! app, and booking your first lesson.
Pet parents have a responsibility to learn the leash laws of their city. In New Albany, it’s as simple as getting your dog a fancy collar, registering them with the city, and attaching their tag to the collar. Once these small details are taken care of, you and Fido are ready to explore the city. Head out for a promenade, and on the way home, stop at a dog-friendly patio for a slice of pizza.
If you’d rather exercise than eat, you can easily do that as well. In nearby Lewis Center, playing off-leash is a favorite pastime for dogs who visit Alum Creek Dog Park. Two large grassy sections are designated for dogs to blow off steam. If your canine kiddo is a mini mutt, not to worry. The big dogs have their own section for rambunctious games, and smaller dogs can strut their stuff without care. Because this park is so big, dogs have to have pawesome recall skills even when distracted. If you need help with that, dog trainers in New Albany are happy to assist!
Going on a camping trip is always a blast when you bring your dog along. What can be better than snuggling with your dog in a tent after a day of excitement? Akron is less than two hours away, and that means a weekend under the stars is just a booking away. Make reservations at Cherokee Park Playground and pack your gear for a weekend of fun. Keep your furry BFF on a leash all weekend, especially when sitting around the campfire.
Do you love the Golden Retriever and the Labrador Retriever? You aren’t alone; many pet parents in New Albany have chosen these breeds as additions to the family. Both are athletic canines and make perfect camping partners.
The loyal mixed breed is top dog in New Albany as well. Always on the go and happy to join in with the family, these pups are loyal and loads of fun. From the dog of unknown origin to the German Shepherd of noble lineage, dogs in New Albany love to visit the riverside parks and forest creeks.
Whether your beloved pooch is a majestic Great Dane known for their affectionate personality or a tiny Yorkshire Terrier famous for their spunk, dogs are the best companion you’ll ever have. To thank them for their loyalty, enroll them in training with a New Albany dog trainer.
Connect with an Albany dog trainer with Wag! today, and see your pooch shine. It’s affordable and easy, and worth every penny!
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