German Dog Training And Walking
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Dogs always played an important role in my life and it has been my dream to work with dogs. I have a sincere passion for animals, esp. dogs and believe that all animals must be treated with respect.

I was born and raised in Germany where dogs are "a man's best friend". In Germany dogs are allowed on public transportation, in restaurants, malls, etc – so it is imperative that dogs are trained to behave and socialize well with other canines and humans. The majority of German dog owners provide a disciplined and structured surrounding for their dogs that still allow the dog to make its own decisions in a fun environment. I have over 15 years of dog training experience in Germany that I acquired through courses and was passed over generations in my family.

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Team Dog – German Dog Training & Walking

Dog Walking

Dog walking means so much more than just walking a dog. During the walk, dogs socialize with other canines and humans, explore the neighborhood ("sniffing the news on the block") bond with their owner and get their much needed exercise.

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Team Dog – German Dog Training & Walking

Dog Training

No matter if you just want to teach your dog basic commands like "Sitz", "Platz" or "Fuss" or need help with behavior problems we can help. All dogs can be rehabilitated. The objective is to master the skills of instant communication between dog and human.

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Adopt A Dog

There are too many dogs that need a home and currently live in shelters. Even if you are looking for a specific breed, there are rescue organizations that specialize in different breeds. Please check first with your local SPCA or county shelter before buying a new dog.

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