Jessica Mousseau is a copywriter & copy editor from the United States. Her work can be viewed at: www.jessicamousseau.com.
Published May 3rd 2011
For many people, owning a dog in New York City is very important. They enjoy the companionship that having a pet gives them.
These people also know that owning a dog in New York City is a little different than dog ownership in other areas, so dog training is very important. Fortunately, there are several locations in New York City that offer this training, and you should be able to find one near you.
This dog training business offers group classes and private lessons. The private lessons are best if you are in need of a specific type of behavior training. This training includes:
*Preparing your dog for a new arrival (baby or children)
Other behavior issues can also be addressed. The group classes offer basic obedience and manners training, and a special "puppy kindergarten". You can also sign your pet up for advanced obedience training as well as agility courses and other games.
Babette Haggerty's Dog Training, LLC
This business also offers group and private lessons. Its convenient location allows dog owners who live in any of the five boroughs, as well as surrounding counties to bring their dogs in for obedience training, house training, and other programs. If you live in New Jersey or Connecticut, you are not far from a Babette Haggerty's Dog Training, LLC, location. You can bring your dog in for training so that your pet can join you when you come into the City.
Andrea Arden Dog Training
Andrea Arden also provides group and private lessons for your dog. There are locations throughout New York City, including the five boroughs. However, if necessary, the training can come to you. Dog trainers from the business will come to your location to give your dog private lessons.
You can choose from short workshops or longer seminars, or regular training programs. With these choices, you're bound to find one that fits your schedule.
Wag the Dog offers simple dog training programs for reasonable prices. The company feels that training isn't any good unless the owner can apply the same techniques as were taught at the school, so instructions and commands are kept simple and easy.
Further, Wag the Dog offers humane dog training. Choke or shock collars are never used; neither is correction taught by constant tugging or pulling on the leash. And, dogs trained at Wag the Dog are never hit.