www.thedogtrainer.info from Barrie D Davey

By: Barrie D Davey  08/09/2010
Keywords: pets, development, dog

Schedule of working practice;  See my web site for complete details.

I like to visit you at home, with the whole family in attendance, that way, you can all pull in the same direction, helping each other after I have departed (that’s left your house, not this earthly planet). Generally you should only need to see me once, after all it’s you he/she has to respect, not me.
I usually give you a two/three hour session this gives you a good grounding, and, enables you to regain control and respect.

Subjects discussed are; The role of our K9 friends in the wild, their place in the human home, diet, animal husbandry, your body language, and, what it says to the dog, tips on short cuts in obedience, and how to achieve your goals.

Lastly I will try to answer your questions. I have been known to get side tracked, (easily done when talking about animals, and, the animal kingdom). If you need, or desire, further sessions then we can arrange a visit (depending on time and problem). After the initial visit you can phone me for free advice anytime. Sessions generally start at 12.30, Monday to Sunday inclusive, and, then any time in the evening (if absolutely necessary, and, unavoidable) to suite you and the family. (Providing it does not clash with Coronation Street).  After the initial visit you are more than welcome to come along to the training sessions, every other week on Friday evenings at 19:30 it’s free, except, for £2.50 towards the hire of the hall.

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