Dog Training & Rehabilitation
F.A.Q.s We Answer Questions About Dog or Puppy Training for Las Vegas Nevada Families
We answer your questions about dog and puppy training at Taggs K9 in Las Vegas Nevada. Need advice from a dog trainer? Just call to ask Ken, your personal IACP canine professional.
Q: ARE WE A GOOD FIT?
A: Training a dog takes consistency, time and dedication. It's not always easy and does require the owner making time during their day to reinforce training, but I promise to be here to help you every step of the way. If you're willing to work with me as a team to have the dog of your dreams then we'll be a perfect match!
Q: HOW CAN I ASK QUESTIONS OR SIGN UP?
A: I'd love to get on the phone to answer any questions you have or get your enrollment started! The best way to get in touch with me is to schedule a phone consultation here. This way you'll have my full attention when we talk and I'm not on the run to see a client or working with a dog. (And we can avoid the dreaded game of phone tag!)
Q: WHAT HAPPENS IF I DON'T SEE RESULTS?
A: While I can't guarantee that your dog will listen 100% of the time after training, I promise to always be there, even when training is over, for anything you might need. If your dog is regressing in their behavior or you want to teach something new, all you have to do is get in touch. With that said, if you are absolutely disatisfied with your overall experience, I'll do anything I can to make it right. Lucky for myself and my clients, however, we very rarely have that issue.
Q: MAY I VISIT MY DOG DURING A BOARD AND TRAIN?
A: It's usually best not to. The whole reason your dog is with me for training, is to rectify bad behaviors that started at home. This means when your dog sees you, it can cause a backslide on any progress we've made. It's best for you to see your dog when the board and train is finished and I've not only educated your dog, but you as well.