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Dog Obedience Training

Dog training at DHA with Positive ResultsImagine a happy, well-trained dog lying quietly at your feet while you relax at home...or running happily back to you at the dog park when you call. Whatever your goal is for you and your fuzzy friend, dog training classes can help your faithful companion live up to his full potential as man's best friend!

Using gentle training methods based in science and learning theory, you can get help with teaching your canine basic manners or assist in resolving behavior problems.

We are proud to endorse dog obedience training courses from Positive Results Dog Training. All classes are taught by a certified professional dog trainer using positive reinforcement techniques and gentle training methods, so training is fun and stress-free for you and your dog.

Group classes are limited in size to maximize your dog's learning experience and to allow the trainer to provide personalized instruction. All classes are held at several different locations in northern Delaware.

Puppies under four months will benefit from the Pup Scouts program. If you have an older puppy or adult dog, you'll want to check out the Modular Manners I & II classes.

Dogs adopted from Delaware Humane Association are eligible for a 10% discount on all package services, including the Rescue 911 Program, a reduced cost private training package for recently adopted dogs.

For complete information and to register for classes, visit positiveresultsdogtraining.com.

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Have Questions?

If you have questions please contact:

Nancy S. Fitzgerald, CPDT-KSA, CBCC-KA, PMCT-2, KPA CTP
Certified Professional Dog Trainer & Pat Miller Certified Trainer
(302) 761-9125  |  nfitzgerald@positiveresultsdogtraining.com

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of Karen McMillan/Fido Photography.