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A Reno dog trainer is offering a unique training program to help RV owners get their dogs to listen, anywhere they go.

Reno, Nevada, United States – March 16, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Reno dog trainer Adam G. Katz is offering something unique for RV owners with dogs: An accelerated training program to get their dogs to listen, anywhere they go.

“This program is designed specifically for RV owners who travel with their dogs,” said Katz, the owner of the Reno, Nevada-based dog training company Katz Trains Dogs.

http://www.katztrainsdogs.com

Requiring just one private lesson– perfect for any RV owner traveling through Northern Nevada on a tight schedule– dogs and their owners are taught two primary techniques:

The first technique is what Katz calls, “The Attention-Getter.” With this exercise, the dog owner learns how to get (and keep!) their dog’s attention regardless of distractions such as other dogs, cats, tennis balls or food.

“You’ll be walking your dog on a loose leash in less than twenty-minutes… guaranteed,” said Katz. “It doesn’t matter what breed (or mix of breeds) you own because we can train any dog.”

The second exercise is a simple boundary and perimeter training technique that will teach dog to stay inside RV– even if owner accidentally leave the door open.

“You can also use the same technique to get your dog to stay in one place– such as on a park bench or on a beach chair– until you give the, ‘exercise finished’ command,” said Katz.

Katz is the author of nine dog training books and teaches a technique-based dog training system that borrows heavily from the same methods used to train search-and-rescue dogs, guide dogs for the blind and other types of working dogs.

The entire program takes one 90 minute training session and is currently offered at a discounted price of $199. Katz guarantees the results: “You pay nothing if he can’t get your dog to listen.”

Call: 775-341-1717 for more information or visit his web site:

http://www.katztrainsdogs.com

For those who are not in Northern Nevada they can still learn how to use Katz’s techniques by downloading his book, “Secrets of a Professional Dog Trainer!” available exclusively at: http://www.dogproblems.com

For more information about us, please visit http://www.katztrainsdogs.com

Contact Info:
Name: Adam Katz
Email: adam@adamgkatz.com
Address: 3983 S. McCarran Blvd. #184, Reno, Nevada 89502
Phone: 7753411717
Organization: Katz Trains Dogs

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/reno-dog-trainer-helps-rv-owners-with-obnoxious-dogs/36220

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