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Free Training for Adopted Shelter Dogs

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Pawsitive Start

Training your dog is essential for several reasons. Firstly, it strengthens the bond between you and your pet, establishing trust and communication. Training also enhances your dog's social skills, making interactions with people and other animals safer and more enjoyable. Additionally, it provides mental stimulation and physical exercise, which are crucial for your dog’s overall health and behavior. By investing in training, you ensure your dog leads a happy, well-adjusted, and fulfilling life as part of your family.

Meet The Trainers

Kurt Randall

Southern California, USA

With over 15 years of experience in dog training across military, federal K9 law enforcement, and private sectors, he offers effective training solutions tailored to each dog’s needs. Based in the Hemet/San Jacinto area, Kurt uses a variety of proven techniques, starting with positive reinforcement, to make training enjoyable and rewarding.

Kurt is dedicated to achieving real results, not quick fixes. Ready to improve your dog's behavior? Contact Kurt today:

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Logan Cobb

Virgina, USA

Navy veteran, published author, personal trainer, and a graduate of American K9 Interdiction (AK9I) with 10 years of experience working with dogs. Logan's ultimate goal is to help bridge the gap in communication between dogs and people. After overcoming his fear of dogs when he was a child, dogs became a huge part of Logan's life; especially throughout his naval and civilian careers. 

American K9 Interdiction Certified Trainer. Certifications include: Mobile Detector , Tracking, Explosive Detector, Patrol, Dog Team & Trainer. 

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Are you a certified dog trainer?

If you are a dog trainer anywhere in the United States and would like to volunteer to train adopted shelter dogs, please apply using the link below.

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