PRLog - Feb. 14, 2013 - ARLINGTON, Texas -- ARLINGTON, TEXAS--Longtime professional dog trainer Sarah Lowell is excited to announce the opening of several new training locations in Justin, Keller, Southlake and Red Oak to better serve the dog owners of the DFW area.
"So many people have called for help with their dogs during my training career that it's been a challenge to help them all. Typical requests run the gamut from new dog owners who want to stop puppies from chewing down the house or people who need help with things like socialization or leash aggression to competitors who need help finessing dog sport performance technique.
"In the past I've felt frustrated at my inability to help more people with their dog training issues because of distance. Now with multiple locations throughout the Metroplex, I'll be able to serve a larger population. It breaks my heart whenever I hear of a dog getting surrendered to a shelter or rescue group because of a behavior problem that could be solved by training. My goal is to reduce those incidences by helping people find the joy in their dogs through training", Lowell said.
Drawing on her extensive training experience, Sarah has developed new classes to get puppies and dogs started properly in their training. Puppy Jumpstart and Good Manners classes will be offered in Keller, Southlake and Red Oak.
She encourages people whose dogs have completed basic manners training to try agility, rally or competitive obedience -- sports that require teamwork, and are challenging and rewarding. Sarah offers agility in Justin. Rally and Obedience are offered in Keller, Southlake and Red Oak.
Class sizes are limited to provide the best learning experience and individual attention. Lowell is now accepting registrations for Spring classes. More information is available at http://sarahlowelldogtraining.com/
Sarah Lowell is a DFW area based professional dog trainer and champion agility competitor. Using her 15 plus years' experience with positive methods, she has helped hundreds of dog owners achieve their goals from teaching good manners to becoming champion competitors.