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K-9 Behavior emphasizes fun for dogs, owners
K-9 Behavior’s Carolyn Keiser helps dogs become happy, well-behaved companions.
Do you have a problem with your dog jumping on people, being fearful, or running away from home? K-9 Behavior can help with these problems and more.
K-9 Behavior, owned by Carolyn Keiser, has offered dog training and behavior consulting in the La Vernia area since 2007. She strives to help “your dog become a happy, well-behaved companion,” she said.
With more than 30 years of experience, Keiser has successfully bred, trained, and exhibited more than 35 champion German shepherds, in addition to many obedience titled dogs and service dogs.
K-9 Behavior can help change your out-of-control dog into a calm, well-behaved companion you will enjoy anywhere.
Keiser started the business to “encourage people to train their dogs. The No. 1 reason dogs lose their homes or are euthanized is due to the lack of training,” Keiser said. “It is not the dog’s fault.”
She offers classes ranging from puppy kindergarten to basic obedient class to advanced. Keiser also offers boarding and training, as well as consulting for problem behavior.
Eight weeks of classes cost $100; private sessions also are available. Consultation fees are $50 per visit -- 1-1/2 hours minimum.
“The moment when the dog and owner realize they can figure it out together,” is what Keiser enjoys most about her business.
Keiser is offering La Vernia’s first-ever American Kennel Club Canine Good Citizen evaluation.
“Upon passing, your dog will receive from the American Kennel Club a ‘Canine Good Citizen’s Award,’” Keiser explained. The award demonstrates that the animal is well-behaved and under control out in public.
K-9 Behavior is located at 2652 C.R. 319 in La Vernia.
For more information, call Keiser at 830-534-8439 or visit http://k-9behavior.com/.
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