Off-Leash K9 Training Opens a New Location for Dog Training in Richmond, Virginia
The highest rated dog training business in Washington DC, Virginia and Maryland, will soon be available to pet owners around Richmond, Virginia. Off-Leash K9 Training is fully licensed and insured, and has top notch trainers who are dedicated to strengthening the relationships between owners and their dogs. Their amazing work and story can be seen here in a Yahoo Special that was done on them earlier this month.
Richmond, VA (PRWEB) April 26, 2012
Off-Leash K9 Training LLC has a lot of exciting news this year. They are opening up another location in Richmond, Virginia and recently they have had some celebrity pets in their midst. People such as UFC World Champion Jon “Bones” Jones, 8-time Mr. Olympia Ronnie Coleman, Kane Hodder, the staff from Operation Repo, and Elliot Segal from DC 101′s Elliot in the Morning to name just a few of their clientele who have been extremely happy with the results and are quick to give their endorsement to Off-Leash K9 Training.
In his testimonial, Jon “Bones” Jones said, “Off-Leash Training is a great place for you and your dog to develop a perfect bond, and to have a long, healthy, obedient life. Check them out!”
The staff of off leash dog trainers at Off-Leash K9 have experience and training ranging from the US Marine Corps, DOD, US Secret Service, and private sector experience. The owner, Nicholas White, who is a former US Marine combat veteran is considered an expert in the off leash dog training field, and has published a book on dog training called, “Raising the Perfect Dog: Secrets of Law Enforcement K9 Trainers.”
They specialize in ecollar training, which is the same way that almost all military and police dogs are currently trained. From their years of experience the trainers have come to believe that 98% of all dogs can be trained to have amazing obedience regardless of their breed, size, shape or age. Off-Leash K9 Training guarantees that dogs who complete their training will be 100% obedient off the leash by the end of their training program.
Some people might wonder how their dogs will benefit from this training. In reply, White says:
“Your dog will benefit tremendously! Most behavior problems (biting, chewing, jumping, etc) are based off of a lack of exercise, discipline, and out of boredom. With this training, your dog is receiving top-quality obedience training, which in turn, allows you to give your dog freedom to run around off-Leash and play. So by doing this training your dog is not bored, because it is learning and being stimulated, it is running freely off-leash so it is getting exercise, and it is getting obedience/discipline. Not only does all of this greatly benefit your dog, but it also benefits you and your family.”
About Off-Leash Training LLC:
Off-Leash K9 Training is an off leash dog training business based in Northern Virginia, but rapidly expanding all throughout the United States. They specialize in private lessons, dog behavior consultations, and teaching the owners to understand why their dogs do the things they do.
They have over 240 videos on youtube, and over 110 five star reviews on google. They train over 500 dogs per year and currently offer a two week board and train program. For more information, visit their website, http://www.offleashk9training.com.
White adds Off-Leash K9 Training’s Jennifer Burke will head the new location in Richmond, Virginia.
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