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Dog Training/Behaviour Modification Discount Special: Save $40 Now only $120, Valid until 31st December 2014

Dog Training/Behaviour Modification Discount Special: Save $40 Now only $120, Valid until 31st December 2014

These training sessions focus on a specific problem you maybe having, with your dog.
One 2 hour training session or 2 one hour training sessions, whichever you prefer.
Training held in Woodville & Ashhurst

Dog Training & Behaviour Modification Special
Usual price $160 special price $120

Specific Problems such as:
Jumping Up
Digging holes
Breed specific problems
Seperation related problems
Not coming when called
Destructive behaviour
Chewing
Phobias
Pulling on the lead
Or any other problems you maybe having except Dog aggression through experience, modifying an aggressive dogs behaviour and teaching you how to handle your dog in any given situation, takes alot more time and work.

If you have an aggressive dog and want to modifiy its behaviour, I do achieve very good results but i would suggest taking advantage of the my discount coupon special:
5 1 hour training sessions, usual price $350 with discount $290. Don’t forget to quote the coupon no.See link below:
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Dog Training Discount Coupon Valid 31st October 2014: $60 Off Complete Dog Training/Behaviour Modification Program. Usual Price $350 with Discount $290 for 5 private training sessions

Dog Training Discount Coupon Valid 31st October 2014: $60 Off Complete Dog Training/Behaviour Modification Program. Usual Price $350 with Discount $290 for 5 private training sessions

$60 Off Complete Dog Training/Behaviour Modification Program

5 1 hour private (one on one) training sessions, Usual price $350, with coupon $290

Covers, Any unwanted dog behaviour, including aggression, obedience/puppy training.

If your dog is dog aggressive, you and your dog, will initially be working with my training dogs.

Dog Bite Prevention/Dog Safety, Dog Control Act education, is included in all training courses.

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Lulu

Lulu

Hi Elayne,

Just thought I would relay an experience Glen and I had the other night while walking Lulu. We decided to go the other way to normal, down our street towards the main highway, many more houses, and it was dark too. We passed a house going one way and their dogs went berserk, and had to pass it on the way home and one jumped the fence and tried it’s best to get to us. I had food in my pocket and ended up throwing 4 handfuls at it to distract it, and Lulu was great during the whole mess – Glen had her leash, and she was definitely agitated but not aggressive back. Scared the bejesus out of me – certainly got my heart rate up, but we both felt all the lessons had paid off in one fell swoop.

Once again, our huge thanks for your guidance. Robyn, Foxton

 
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Posted by on August 7, 2014 in About

 

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Dog Behaviour Problems

Dog behaviour problems seem to be on the increase, especially aggression, if you have a problem do something about it right away. As with any behaviour or training issues there are no quick fixes, Work has to be done on a daily basis. There’s no such thing as a quick fix, it can take lot of time (depending on the problem) and effort, on the part, of the owner.

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Welcome to ZeroBites Dog Training: Woodville-Tararua-Palmerston North-Ashhurst-Wairarapa

Welcome to ZeroBites Dog Training: Woodville-Tararua-Palmerston North-Ashhurst-Wairarapa

 

 

In order to really enjoy a dog, one doesn’t merely try to train him to be semihuman. The point of it is to open oneself to the possibility of becoming partly a dog.
Edward Hoagland, American Essayist (1932 – )

 

 

 

 

Dogs are good company and great fun but whether you have a small breed of dog such as a Fox Terrier or a large breed such as a Bullmastiff, they need training and guidance from you, the owner. Dogs are dogs irrespective of the breed.

So get to know your dog, educate yourself on your dogs specific breed traits. Learn how dogs communicate with each other, it will help you understand them better.

Socialize your dog, the right way make sure they have good experiences. Sometimes bad things do happen, if a problem does arise, seek help ASAP.

Many people I chat to have stories to tell of the bad experiences they have had, while out walking their dog. It is becoming a real issue in many parts of NZ and overseas. As are reported dog attacks, unfortunately there are many more that go unreported and all too often, its the dog that pays the price.

While, irresponsible dog ownership can shoulder some of the blame, I believe more education is needed in many areas. Many dog owners, are not well informed on such things, as Dog Bite Prevention, Dog Control Act, Dog behaviour-understanding, how dogs communicate with each other and with us. I personally cover the above topics and more with my clients, whether it be in class or privately.

Maybe its time for more clubs and trainers, who run training classes and the like, to do more, than just teach basic obedience and behaviour, to clients. Segments or FAQ sheets on some of the above mentioned issues, would not go astray. Below are a few links to articles I have written on:
“Socialising your dog, the right way”
“Dogs off leash but not under control”
“What parents & educators should know and tell kids about dog safety and how to act in the company of dogs”
Dog Safety for both Kids & Adults (text & graphics)”

Summer is nearly here again, just a reminder dogs left alone in parked cars can die, if they become overheated.

 
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