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Training Your Puppy to Be a Service Dog

Post by: Andrea on Sep 23rd 2020

The Dog Training Elite service puppy training program pairs families with preselected puppies and trains them to fit their special needs. We believe this approach is best for both the family and the puppy and encourages a deep, loving bond.

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Matt Willis Brings Our Pet Training Franchise to St. Louis!

Post by: Kim on Sep 16th 2020

We’re thrilled to announce that St. Louis, MO is now Dog Training Elite country! We had an opportunity to learn more about the man who is bringing our pet training franchise to the Gateway to the West. Meet our newest Dog Training Elite Franchise Owner, Matt Willis!
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How Service Dog Training Can Change a Life

Post by: Andrea on Aug 25th 2020

If you think a service dog could be useful to you or a loved one, Dog Training Elite offers various service dog training programs. We have helped veterans suffering from PTSD, like Juan Perez, and thousands of others find stability and confidence in their life with our service dog training.

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Dog Training Business Owner Brings Vet a New BFF

Post by: Jeffrey on Aug 12th 2020

Rex the adorable Belgian Malinois puppy has a new "fur-ever" home, thanks to dog training business owner Whitley Cheatham! Through her work with our nonprofit organization, The Malinois Foundation, Whitley has brought joy, happiness, and support to the life of U.S. military veteran Juan Perez, in the shape of a darling, furry bundle of love!

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The Importance of Spaying / Neutering Your Dog

Post by: Andrea on Jul 20th 2020

If you have adopted an intact dog and are wondering whether you should have your new pet fixed, the answer should most definitely be yes! While this is a personal decision every pet owner must make, the benefits of fixing your dog greatly outweigh the cons. Most pet specialists and veterinarians could even agree that there are no downsides to spaying or neutering, only benefits. So, if you are thinking about leaving your dog intact, take a look at the main benefits of spaying or neutering first:

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