Jan 04 2013

January is National Train Your Dog Month

If you have problems with your pet misbehaving or not paying attention to your commands, why not look into employing the help of an expert to help you out.

The philosophy of ‘train by force’ is never a good choice in ethical training and humane treatment of your best friend.  The truth is, you should never have to intimidate your pet, physically or emotionally to train him or her.  Research studies conclusively demonstrate that positive reinforcement is the most effective way to train ANY mammal.  With this in mind, we recommend the services and expertise of Pet Peeves Animal Training Inc run by Wendy Kelly M.ED, Animal Behaviorist.

At Pet Peeves they believe that positive training and compassionate understanding is the foundation for shaping a trouble free, lifetime relationship with your pet and  that training should lift your pet’s spirit not break it.  To contact Wendy and her team of certified trainers call 727-593-PETS (7987) and schedule a consultation today.

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