|02-28-2015 10:43 PM|
I third WAGD! That's where Kopper and I trained in agility.
Rod84 Texas Tripe just sells raw meat for people to feed their dogs. Did you click the link? It explains it all pretty clearly.
|02-28-2015 10:40 PM|
How does this work? I'm asking because im interested in this. Is it like pre packaged meals?
|03-11-2014 09:25 AM|
I strongly second What a Great Dog! in Frisco. I did a couple private sessions with Maureen (the owner) before going into group classes with Meaghan (I'm only halfway through Pet Manners 1).
The private sessions were great for working on things specific to Red and getting one on one time (and I must say I LOVE Maureen!!), while the group classes are wonderful for working around other dogs and teaching me how to work better with my little man.
They offer SO many classes and have a wide variety of things to look forward to after Pet Manners - agility, barn hunt, rally, etc. Their pricing is very reasonable and it'll definitely be worth the drive!
|03-11-2014 09:13 AM|
|kakarot||Awesome, thanks! I'll check them out.|
|03-11-2014 08:38 AM|
What a Great Dog in Frisco is a great facility. Check them out. Tell them Eli's mom referred you: http://www.whatagreatdog.com/
ALso checkout the Plano/Richardson sat meetup: http://walkthedogmeetup.blogspot.com...arting-in.html
And lastly if you are intersted in feeding raw, Roger's monthly route stops in Richardson 3rd sat of the month:
|03-11-2014 03:56 AM|
North Dallas/Richardson, Texas
The boyfriend and I were definitely wanting to put our male pup in obedience training when he's around the appropriate age but we're not sure where to look in the area or who even does a good job. We're noobs, so we don't know much about what a good price is, who good trainers are, etc. We live in Richardson, Texas and if anyone in the area or surrounding areas can recommend someone, it'd be awesome. Thanks!