• Dog Obedience Training Marietta, Roswell, Alpharetta, Woodstock, Kennesaw

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    Dogs crave obedience. They know what is expected of them and in learning what is expected of them they are mentally stimulated. Obediences creates a happy dog and owner. Basic Dog Obedience Training is built from six basic commands; Sit, Down, Stay, Come, Heel, and Wait. Building these key commands along with Repetition, Consistency and Love will create a bond like no other between you and your dog.

    All dogs need obedience; it builds their confidence. Obedience is a MUST for nervous or aggressive dogs. Obedience gives the owner and the dog the confidence to face the world together as a team.

    We provide our dog obedience training programs in two different ways:

    At Your Place:
    We bring our experience to you for private lessons. This method can take longer to complete all six commands. I recommend private lessons for one or two issues. Private lessons prices are best bought in a package.

    At Our Place:
    We get your dog for 14 days of hard work and playtime too. We do the training for you, then show you how it works. This training method is faster and more effective. You save time and effort, and your dog receives Dog Obedience Training from professional dog trainer.

  • Trainer Bio

    Professional Dog Training Marietta, Roswell, Alpharetta, Woodstock, Kennesaw

    Scott Pictures 083Professional Dog Trainer

    Eric Scott

    I have been a dog lover for as long as I can remember. As a child, I was always bringing home stray dogs, and trying (unsuccessfully) to hide them in my room. My parents were none to happy, but even if we couldn't keep them, we always found them a good loving home. My family always joked, "What will he bring home next ?".

    Have you ever wondered about your true purpose in life? I struggled with this concept for many years, as time passed me by, while I sat in dead end jobs. I knew it was time to make a change, and contemplated going back to school for any number of career possibilities. I couldn't come up with anything that I could really see myself doing for the rest of my life. I needed something that I loved, had great passion for, and something that would truly be rewarding. That something special was always there; I just didn't recognize how I could utilize my love for dogs. I bred and raised dogs for many years studying behaviors and learning techniques for managing and redirecting those behaviors. The light bulb finally came on and I realized that training dogs was my calling in life.

    I started with a large dog training company and was told by the owners and other employees they could tell I had a special gift for training dogs. I quickly mastered my skill set and grew more passionate with every dog I trained. Being hands-on with dogs and seeing the success of each dog week-to-week is what got me hooked! Since 2000 I have been working professionally with dogs and now I start each day enthused about sharing my knowledge. If I could offer one piece of advise to anyone starting a career it would be, do what you are passionate about and you will be truly happy.