Central Florida k9
- RichardDec. 17, 2018Animal Abusers/ NOT SAFE
Asking a puppy to jump on you and then kneeing them is abuse and is not an acceptable training method. They will whip your dog backwards off the ground on its back with a prong collar on if they feel like it. Thats animal abuse. They kick and hit dogs sometimes too. The owner told one of his trainers to slam a puppy into the wall to show them whos boss. They shock dogs and use prong collars to terrify the dog and force cooperation. They say shock collars and prong collars do not hurt but then they use them abusively behind closed doors. They cant train dogs without using fear tactics and abusive methods. Many dogs get sick and some injured. Some dogs are left to roam the facility due to employee negligence at night and this has resulted in serious injury. If dogs are not eating and they lose considerable weight they wont act accordingly to fix it unless confronted. Resulting in many skinny dogs being picked up. They leave prong collars on and choke chains on unsupervised animals, something an educator should be teaching people is a dangerous thing to do. They do not clean chemicals properly and if a dog is covered in pee and poop they do not get cleaned unless their owner is visiting or the dog is going home. Kennel cleaning chemicals result in "hot spots" that they do not take responsibility for. Just another typical boarding facility abusing dogs for profit. Will never cease to amaze me how many people will praise an animal abuser blindly.
- TinaJun. 9, 2018Outstanding training
The trainers at CFK9 are wonderful! They love the dogs and you can see the dogs love them. They have trained two dogs for my family and we couldn't ask for better training. They do a thorough job and work very closely with owners.