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Kathy lives in Land O ‘ Lakes, Florida. She has 2 dogs, a male Siberian Husky named Zeus and a female Akita named Mika. Zeus was an adult dog when the family got Mika as a puppy. Both dogs were fixed when they were puppies.
Zeus was always the top dog and Mika accepted Zeus as alpha. They originally played very well together. However, when Mika was 9 month old, she realized that she was bigger and stronger than Zeus.
One day the dogs started fighting and this time Mika would not back down. The fight sounded vicious and Mika had Zeus pinned on the floor with her mouth around Zeus’s neck. The fight was immediately broken up and the dogs were put in separate rooms. Thankfully, neither dog was seriously injured. Continue reading
(PRWEB) May 15, 2005
Canine Campers features a free dog training lesson and canine socialization class and meets every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Lake Park just off Dale Mabry in Lutz, Fla. (NOTE: Location and Times of Canine Campers has changed. Click Here for details.) Dog owners must make reservations to attend the free class, which has seen an overwhelming response. Dogs of all ages and breeds may attend the session, where pooches are encouraged to socialize, learn and have fun. Socialization is the key to a happy and secure dog, according to Scott, who recently moved her popular business from New Jersey to Florida. “It goes beyond training for me,” said Scott, 37. “My relationship down the road with the dog never ends.”
The Florida Dog Training School of Tampa’s motto, “We Can Train Any Dog,” certainly rings true for Scott, who is comfortable training even the most aggressive dogs other trainers won’t touch. The backbone of her business, which offers an initial free evaluation, is Basic Obedience, designed to produce a well-trained house dog. Scott will drive directly to a dog owner’s home and work with family members to develop a customized dog training plan. “Every dog is different and I customize lessons based on a client’s needs,” she said. “I’m not stuck on using one certain method.”
Scott has an inspiring story to tell. After being laid off from her desk job back in New Jersey, she took a risk and attended dog training classes at the Academy of Canine Education in New York under the tutelage of Master Dog Trainer Anthony Jerone. “I’ve always been a dog person, but I never thought I’d make a business out of it,” she said. “I take a lot of pride and care in what I do. It’s great because I have the opportunity to have connections with other people.” Potential clients are encouraged to visit http://www.fl-k9.com to learn more about the variety of dog training programs she offers.
About Florida Dog Training School of Tampa: (http://www.fl-k9.com)
Helene Scott is the founder of Florida Dog Training School of Tampa and has been involved with dogs since childhood. Scott is a graduate of the Academy of Canine Education in New York. The school services Hillsborough and Pasco counties and specializes in private in-home dog training and provides housebreaking, puppy kindergarten, basic and advanced obedience, behavior modification, and help for aggressive dogs and homes with multiple dogs.
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