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No Wait on PTSD Dogs

No Wait on PTSD Dogs

 

The average wait time for a PTSD therapy dog is 3 years. Dayton Dog Trainer has NO WAIT on PTSD Therapy Dogs. Select most any breed and we will be able to provide you with your PTSD Dog alot faster than the national average.

  • Guaranteed Trainability
  • Guaranteed Skeletal
  • Guaranteed Compatibility
  • Guaranteed Health

We can provide a custom trained service dog for those who suffer from PTSD or TBI. No matter your needs, DDT has the expertise to provide you with the dog you need to make your life a little easier.

Contact us Today to inquire about a Therapy Dog.

Dog Training Videos Coming Soon

Dog Training Videos Coming Soon

Learn How To Train Your Dog – Dog Training Instructional Videos – Do It Yourself Dog Training

 

Dayton Dog Trainer is in the process of filming our very detailed dog training videos. These videos are being filmed in 4K resolution as well as 1080P resolution to provide a high definition, high quality dog training video. Once available, we will offer our dog training videos on Blue Ray Disc or you can also download the dog training videos immediately to get started sooner.

Our dog training videos will cover everything you need and are to include …

  • Basic Obedience – Teaching your dog to walk on a leash, Sit, Stay, Down and Long Stay.
  • House Manners – Proper Command and Correction for in-home issues, Setting Boundaries, Proper Greeting of Guests and more
  • Behavior Correction – Covering Excessive Barking, Spinning, Nipping, Jumping, Counter Surfing, Chewing, etc.
  • Serious Issues – Dominance Issues, Start of Aggression, Dog Dominance, Fence Fighting … (Will Include Basic Remedies … Anything More and we will Suggest a Professional Trainer be Consulted)

 

We can also provide custom videos to those with specific issues. Our dog training videos can potentially save you hundreds even thousands of dollars. We will be creating these videos so that anyone with the ability to be physically active and of any age to comprehend, will be able to have the training they need for their dog. Look for our videos in the Spring and Summer of 2015.

 

Dog Abandoned at Ayr Station with Belongings in Suitcase

Dog Abandoned at Ayr Station

Abandoned Dog
Male Shar-Pei crossbreed Kai was abandoned with his belongings in a suitcase. An animal charity is attempting to trace the owner of a dog that was abandoned at a railway station with its belongings in a suitcase. The male Shar-Pei crossbreed was discovered tied to a railing outside Ayr station on 2 January.The suitcase included the dog’s pillow, toy, food bowl and food.

The Scottish SPCA traced a previous owner through the dog’s microchip but were told it was sold in 2013 to someone they did not have details for. Inspector Stewart Taylor said: “The dog is micro-chipped and we were able to find out his name is Kai.

“We contacted the owner registered to the microchip, who stated they had sold Kai on Gumtree in 2013. ‘Cruel incident’

Abandoned Dog in Scotland

“Unfortunately they could not tell us the address of the person who bought him.” Insp Taylor said the case highlighted the potential consequences of selling an animal online. He said buyers often included people acting on impulse who knew very little about animals.

He added: “Regardless of the fact Kai was left with his belongings, this was still a cruel incident and we are keen to identify the person responsible.”If anyone can help we would ask them to get in touch as soon as possible.

“Kai is around two to three years old and is a lovely dog with a nice nature. We will look after him until we can find him a permanent and loving home.” The charity reminded pet owners that abandoning an animal is an offence under the Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006.

Indiana man mauled to death by his pit bull on Christmas Day

Indiana man mauled to death by his pit bull on Christmas Day

Eddie Cahill was mauled to death by his pit bull named Fat Boy on Christmas Day. Cahill’s wife, who said they never had a problem with the dog, found his body in the evening when she returned from visiting with her family.

 

Pit Bull Attack - Red Gradient Line

BY: David Harding
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Saturday, December 27, 2014, 10:40 AM

 

Eddie Cahill and his wife, Bianca Rodriguez. Cahill was mauled to death by one of the family's dogs, a pit bull named Fat Boy.Facebook Eddie Cahill and his wife, Bianca Rodriguez. Cahill was mauled to death by one of the family’s dogs, a pit bull named Fat Boy.

 

A dog owner has been mauled to death by his pit bull on Christmas Day. Eddie Cahill, from Portage, Ind., was apparently killed by one of his eight-year-old dogs, Fat Boy, reports WGNtv.com. The 40-year-old owner was found at home by his wife Bianca Rodriguez. She had been spending the day with her family but returned home around 5pm. She found Fat Boy with blood in his mouth and Cahill, whose body was on the living room floor, covered in dog bites. Animal control officers were called and after the dog was tasered to get it under control, Fat Boy was then euthanized at the request of the family. The couple had another dog called Keylo.

 

Cahill's family said the dog was never a problem, but a police report said the dog was 'violent and unpredicatable.'Cahill’s family said the dog was never a problem, but a police report said the dog was “violent and unpredicatable.”

 

The family say that had given Fat Boy bones for Christmas and the death was a freak accident. Rodriguez said the family had never before had problems with the dog but in a police report the responding officer wrote that Cahill had been told to euthanise the dog because it was violent and unpredictable. But Rodriguez told WGNtv.com that was not true. “They were playful dogs,” she said. “One slept with the girls and the other slept with me and my husband. “I don’t want people to think bad of pit bulls. It was a freak accident. He loved the dogs.”

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