With Cincinnati Canines, Learning Has Gone to the Dogs

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Now that the kids are back in school, itÂ?s time for the dogs to go, too. Offering training solutions for every dog owner, Cincinnati Canines announces its grand opening.

Now that the kids are back in school, it’s time for the dogs to go, too. Offering training solutions for every dog owner, Cincinnati Canines announces its grand opening.

“There are many reasons that people hire a dog trainer,” explains Erin Campbell, owner of Cincinnati Canines. “Positive training strengthens the bond between owner and dog, and helps solve many common problems. A good dog trainer can help you with things such as destructive behavior, pulling on the leash, barking, jumping on people, and problems with housebreaking. Plus, daily training sessions are a great outlet for excess energy, and will help dogs become well-behaved, safe, and valued family members.”

“Group classes are very popular because dogs and their owners interact with each other in a fun, social setting,” she notes. “There are small and large groups, and there are puppy groups, which take advantage of the best time to influence a dog’s behavior and are a great place for young dogs to learn social skills.”

For people who prefer individual attention, Cincinnati Canines offers customized private lessons, which are also ideal for those with unusual problems. There is also a month-long board and train program for busy people or owners who would like their dog to receive training while they are out of town.

Cincinnati Canines is conveniently located minutes from the Route 4 exit of I-275. For more information please visit http://www.cincinnaticanines.com or contact Cincinnati Canines direct to schedule your appointment at 513-841-BARK (2275).

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Erin Campbell

Cincinnati Canines

513-841-2275

http://www.CincinnatiCanines.com

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