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Never Too Late Dog Training

The unitary purpose and all around goal of Never Too Late dog training is to provide the opportunity for dogs to be rehabilitated and allow dog owners to provide a forever home for their new pet. This is achieved by thorough temperament testing of each dog to better place it in the best suited home and by teaching owners how to better communicate with their dog so they are able to address issues as they arise. Never Too Late partners with several rescues including Clear Creek animal shelter (Charlie's place), Stormy Weathers animal rescue, Doggy Dog World animal rescue, and Hope For Animals animal rescue to better educate the staff of dog behavior to ensure proper handling of fearful and aggressive dogs until they can be rehabilitated. Once a dog is adopted from one of these rescues they receive a free consultation with Never Too Late dog training and have first priority when it comes to training and rehabilitation within the home. It is very important to our cause that once a dog is adopted it never returns to a shelter.

Never Too Late dog training offers private in-home training and has established a training and rehabilitation center which utilizes a dog's pack mentality to teach it how to properly greet and socialize with strange dogs and humans. The center is a rehabilitation for fearful and aggressive dogs which ingrains good behavior in the dog's mind which translates to the outside world. Dog owners are encouraged to come to the center with their dog and learn how to properly control the pack of dogs to better educate them on the body language they use to communicate with each other. Visit Website

Or call (303) 502-4490 or email anisa@ntldogtraining.com for more information.

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