Dawg Phonics Canine Obedience Training
- DebaraMore than a year agoRock's Story
Shamrock, He was at the shelter a LONG time, people thought he looked mean and passed him by time after time. We asked Trisha Antonelli of Dawg Phonics to check him out for us, he was non-reactive to cats (since we also have cats) and we went to meet him. He was heart worm positive that didn't sway us we adopted him and shortened his name to Rock. While he couldn't play or go for long walks we went for car rides and he loves ice cream cones and treats and watched tv. Soon as heart worm treatment was over we began training with Trisha Antonelli of Dawg Phonics and she taught us how to work with Rock, we felt confident and so did Rock, we did our homework together and before you knew it we were family! We go on adventures and out to restaurants and parks and friends homes with Rock. So ADOPT A SHELTER DOG and do the right thing, hire Trisha Antonelli and Dawg Phonics to train your new furbabies.
- Jonna KoellhofferMore than a year agoMiracle Worker
Trisha is awesome. She helped us with our Belgian Malinois, Mojo. Mojo has an incredible high toy drive and teaching him to respect personal space when a tennis ball came into view was at a critical level. Trisha worked with Mojo and us teaching him to chance his focus from the ball to us until we were ready to play. He's so much happier (and so are we)! If you're having any trouble with your four legged friend, contact Trisha, she can help!