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Old 06-15-2012, 11:39 AM
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Default Does this trainer look any good?

I'm really going to try and get Tucker to see a trainer about his aggression, we had a very near bite incident last weekend with a guest (who blatantly ignored me telling him not to touch Tucker) so I really would just like to hear a professionals opinion on him and hopefully get some help. I'm hesitant because I don't want to drop hundreds of dollars to have a trainer tell me a bunch of things I already know, but I do think my parents would be more likely to listen to a professional than to me. I really hope it ends up being worth it because money is really tight, but it seems like bad ownership to have a bite risk dog and never seek a professional.

This is one of the trainers I'm looking at, the other one I was looking at is really pricey, don't know what this one charges. What is a normal price for a behavior consult? Anyway does this trainer seem good to you all?
http://yourdreamdog.com/about-trainer.html
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