Thank you for taking an interest in my training course. I hope you have enjoyed looking over what I have to offer. Remember, if this sounds like something you would like your dog to be involved in, please contact me and we can schedule time for a free demonstration and evaluation.
I would like for you and your dog to spend many years together without aggravation, which is why I feature behavior modification with every training package. I have letters from clients who have completed training with their dogs that you are more than welcome to read. This way you can see that others think of my training methods. (Please see my 'Letters of Recommendation' page for a sample) I will visit your home as well as meeting you for training in various other locations, as is convenient for everybody, so that your dog will be well adjusted and able to work for you in any situation. If you would like, I can video tape our training sessions so you will have a way to review at any time. I am confident you will see positive results in two (2) weeks when you follow my training instructions.
Once again, thank you for looking over my web site. If you would like to set up an appointment for a free demonstration and evaluation, feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to include your contact information (phone, e-mail) so I can reply to you. If you prefer to call my number is 928-607-0223. If I'm not able to take your call please leave a message including your phone number and a good time to return your call.
Robyn R. Werhan
My commitment is to excellence and service. I commit to educate my clients about what responsible dog ownership and good dog training is about through the practice of providing quality training. I only offer techniques that are proven both physically and psychologically sound.
My goal is to insure lasting pet ownership through understanding and practicing only sound training methods and techniques that produce well adjusted puppies and dogs.
Last, to make possible for the people and families that own a dog to be able to live with that dog for many years of pleasure and enjoyment without destruction or unwanted aggression, and to truly make your dog a member of your family.
Robyn R. Werhan