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With the help of Courteous Canine, a two-year-old Rottweiler's behavior issues were transformed into affection and trust.
Courteous Canine, Inc. strives to provide clients the best dog training, dog behavior, dog day care, boarding and pet sitting services. We specialize in aggression and can help you no matter what dog behavior problem you have. Our dog training solutions are humane and scientifically proven effective. We offer group classes for a variety of training goals ranging from house training, to destructive chewing, mouthing and dog sports. We even offer a popular group class for dogs with reactivity which is very popular. We have instructors who specialize in dog dock jumping, disc dog, rally obedience, competition obedience, service/assistance dog training and of course agility. We also offer pet therapy preparation group classes. Our training fees are reasonable and the number of sessions needed to reach goals are usually few.
Our dog day care and boutique boarding are unique in that they provide our dog clients with a small group of known dog friends. This maximizes fun and minimizes stress and potential injury risk. Our boarding is boutique style with five customized play times a day and we work hard to make your dog’s stay enjoyable. We also offer board and training which is a very popular service. All of these services are at our New Tampa Lutz Main campus.
Our pet sitting services are completed by Certified Pet First Aid trained staff and training in canine communication. All of our staff are background checked and devoted to loving care of all animals.
We look forward to working with you!
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“When owners of patients I have seen ask for a referral to a trainer for help, I send them directly to Courteous Canine. I know my patients will not be damaged by inhumane training techniques and I know the staff pursues continued education to stay at the forefront of the newest findings in dog cognition.”
~Dr. Soraya V Juarbe-Diaz, DVM, DACVB, CAAB