Keep Your Dog's Training on Track While You're on Vacation

Aggressive dogs are extremely difficult to place while their pet parents are going on a trip. Whether his owner is present or not, an aggressive dog poses a risk for a pet sitter as well as anyone else he may encounter. The best boarding solution for aggressive dogs is to use a veterinary hospital or a “board and train” situation with an experienced trainer. You'll greatly reduce the chance of regression or a mishap with your dog if you hire professionals who are aware of the risks involved, know proper handling techniques and are trained in reading dog body language.

With the proper planning, pet parents can return home to a dog who has not only kept from backsliding, but has actually made progress on his training plan. Both canine and human can continue along their training path with renewed vigor.


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