Long Island Dog Obedience Training

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As a dog trainer, I have the privledge to meet many different people and speak to them about their dog training needs. My Long Island Dog Obedience Training School affords me the oppurtunity to assist many people with their dog and puppy problems. Many times I am called to an evaluation and find that people often get overloaded with information on how to train a dog.

Some of my Long Island Dog Obedience Training members not only interviewed me but, questioned almost every aspect of my dog training. This is a good thing to do, especially prior to committing yourself.

You would be surpised to learn how many people are so confused because of information overload these days. My advice to any one seeking a dog training obedience school is to call 2 or 3 Dog Obedience Trainers to your home, interview them, take notes, and than begin your research. That's just my opinion.

I say the aformentioned for this simple reason, no matter how much information you are able to get through books, computers, friends, articles, one of those 3,4,5,or 10 Long Island Dog Obedience Training Schools will be training your dog. Start with them, research them, and call them back if you need further clarification on anything.
 
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I'm always amazed at why people like you need to advertise, as spam on Internet forums like this one. Why don't you get enough business through word of mouth and referrals? That's how the best and busiest trainers I know build their businesses. They don't need to advertize online, by way of disrupting dog forums. This leads me to believe that your grandious opinion of yourself is incomensurate with your achievements.
 

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I find it interesting on your site that you do not discuss your training methods. I am correct in inferring you use shock collars? Wait I watched a video.. and yes you do. So the dogs aren't really obedient because they have a choice any more than when they are on leash.

As a suggestion.. you might want to pick a dog who heels better and looks happier to be working with you than the one you are using. (or if the dog is too hot, bored etc pick a time when your dog doesn't look so sad to be working at your side)

I also could not find any accomplishments you or your clients have had in training. If you want clients, I am sure you will find more by getting involved and making a name for yourself vs spamming forums like these.

Actually you will find forums like this one will tend to give you constructive criticism vs acclamation when you post your site. (I found this out myself lol back when I joined).
 
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I am correct in inferring you use shock collars? Wait I watched a video.. and yes you do.
So the OP/Spammer uses shock collars, eh? :yikes:

That's not training ... it's just a different method of hurt 'em to make' em obey.

Before invention of shock collars those same kinds of "trainers" used hitting. :mad:
 

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