PRLog - Nov. 23, 2012 - HAILSHAM, U.K. -- Whether you are a new dog owner suffering wet carpets and neighbour's noise complaints or a more experienced owner needing to subdue your dog's possessive or dismissive behaviour, phobias or aggression, AGK9 Training can help make an obedient and loyal friend of your misbehaving pet.
Pet dog training with AGK Training
The one off training session in January is designed for both dog and owner to improve your pet's obedience to your commands. The course will run from 10am to 2pm and will include basic obedience training covering commands such as sit, stay, quiet, fetch and heel. The class size is small to enable individual attention; places are limited to ten and the cost is £50 per dog, owners are free!
Gift vouchers are available and would make a practical, long lasting Christmas present for a friend or family member who may have gained a new pet or is suffering a dog with behavioural issues. Longer domestic dog training and residential dog training courses are also offered, and can be tailored to your dog's requirements and behavioural issues, from dog-to-dog or dog-to-human aggression to separation anxiety, destructive behaviour, fearfulness and phobias, submissive urination, chasing cars and rollerbladers or nuisance barking.
If you are considering buying a new companion for someone this Christmas please keep in mind the unloved dogs in rescue centres. Take home a lovable pooch from Waifs & Strays Dog Rescue before the 31st December 2012 and AGK9 will give you a 25% discount off the obedience training session on Saturday 12th January. Visit the Waifs & Strays Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/
AGK9 Training (a subsidiary of AlphaGuardK9)
Liam Hastings, director of AlphaGuardK9 and professional dog trainer, says "A dog's behavioural problems may cause their owner to feel they must give up their pet, and the poor pup may end up in a dog rescue home, or worse. We want to prevent the number of stray dogs increasing after Christmas this year and have created this one day course as the first step for troublesome pets to develop a new bond with their owner."
He continues, "AGK9's professional trainers have many years of varied experience in animal handling and training and can assess your dog's aggression or phobias in just a few hours. We hope the half day course will encourage further training to be undertaken if necessary, and would be happy to discuss a bespoke training course tailored to suit the needs of owner and dog, whatever the dog's behavioural issues are."
If you would like further information about the special one-off training course in January, or wish to discuss the opportunities for domestic dog and residential dog training courses in the new year, please contact Liam at AGK9 Training on 0845 602 9197 or visit http://www.alphaguardk9.co.uk.