DOG TRAINING IN YOUR OWN HOME:
Dog Training in your own home:Does your dog Bite, Bark, Dig, Disobey, Chew, Chase, Fight or Freak you Out!
Around the corner... Around the world!
1) Locally: Natural Dog Trainer, Pam Whyte comes to your home and gives you a tailor-made dog training programme worked out for your family dog's own individual needs.
2) Globally: Pam's Natural Dog Training Home Kitswork just as well!
"Pam Whyte's formidable knowledge of dog behaviour is evident." Argus.
"Once Pam Whyte has shown you how to understand your dog, your enjoyment of him will increase, and your relationship with him will be enriched." The Star.
Pam's Natural Dog Training methods are not a new fad or a passing gimmick. Pam has been using Natural Dog Training on both grown dogs and puppies extremely successfully for 4 decades in many countries extremely successfully. In fact,dogs have been using these natural communication techniques for countless thousands of years. Also very successfully. Natural Dog Training is older than history, yet newer than tomorrow. It works so well that you see major results in the first session!
The whole family is taught how to control their dog - the children, domestic staff, grandparents... it also includes training for all the family's pets if needed, without any extra charge; lead work; obedience; protection; socialising your dog or puppy; curing all canine behaviour problems, saving time, energy, money and more...
Teaching your pets good manners simply slots into your family's lifestyle - not the other way around.
What dog owners are saying about Pam's Natural Dog Training home visits:
"My husband was very sceptical. Now he's telling everyone about Pam Whyte's Natural Dog Training!"
"Such a simple formula. And to think so few people know it..."
"This is bloody nice." (Ahem..)
"You sorted out my Bulldog - Peggyjoe about 10 years ago we lived on the Sandton Fire Station. [She was the Station's mascot.] I am still astounded at how easy Natural Dog Training is and the positive way it impacts on pet dogs".