Did you know that if you sign on to A+ Dog Training’s Calm Canine program you get two free nail trimmings or anal gland expressions at Taylor ER Veterinary in Turlock? Sign on to our A+ Lifetime program and you get a free wellness exam on top of the two free coupons!
A+ Dog Training & Taylor ER Veterinary collaborate to help you have a healthy, well-behaved dog.
Silver would like to remind all puppies that A+ Dog Training’s Monthly Puppy Social will be on July 27th from 2:00 – 3:00 PM. Please call Taylor ER Veterinary Emergency Hospital to reserve your spot. It’s not too late!
Colt & GiGi want to wish everyone a Happy Selfie Saturday. Have a great weekend!
A+ Dog Training takes pride in offering a free consultation. Other trainers in the area either charge for the consultation, or deduct the consultation fee only if you sign on to one of their programs.
We know how vulnerable it could feel to invite someone into your home to train your dog (and the adults) for a month. What if you aren’t compatible with the trainer’s personality? What if what the trainer does isn’t exactly what you are needing? Should you still have to pay a consultation fee?
When signing on with A+ Dog Training you become a part of our pack family. In essence, we want to make sure you join our family solely because you are ready to commit to training your dog. You should not end up with a “might-as-well” mentality because you just paid to meet the trainer at a consultation.
A+ Dog Training knows how valuable your time and money are. That’s why we offer a free consultation and flexible training programs to meet your family’s schedules and goals.
Meet Wentz, a shepherd mix training on our most popular Calm Canine program and Puppy Exclusive. Wentz found us from Taylor ER Veterinary in Turlock. Did you know that we hold monthly Puppy Socials there? Welcome to our pack family, Wentz!
Happy Tongue Out Tuesday from Willow the Pitt bull in Turlock!
Tank & Zuke would like to help A+ Dog Training share our guiding principles on how we run our business in the years passed and for the New Year.
- Provide educational and informative resources to give you the tools you need to further train your dog
- Promote the use of reward-based training methods and positive reinforcement
- Provide the best quality of dog care for all ages and breeds