ten-in-grass
Name:
Ten
Family:
Ketchpaw
Graduated on
06/11/2013

Ten had a lot of medical problems his first year. His second year was full of behavioural problems. Upon the recommendation of a friend, we enrolled Ten in the week long boarding school to address Ten’s fear aggression. Thank goodness for the staff at DTW! They worked miracles not only with Ten but with our family. We were taught the techniques they used and followed up at home to reinforce his learning. We now have a happier, better behaved dog and a much happier home.

Thank you all!

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The Dog Trainers Workshop Difference…

Everyone at DTW is passionate about dogs.  We want to make sure they learn the skills needed to live healthy lives.  Dog training can make sense to both you and your dog.  It can be fair and balanced.  You don’t have to simply manage your dog’s bad behavior, you can teach him to behave correctly.  Come experience the DTW difference for yourself.

 

Our mission…

  • We increase awareness of how your dog learns to improve the relationship between you and your dog.
  • We will show you how a trained dog can enrich your life.
  • We help save dog’s lives through training and behavior modification.
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Our Junior Handlers

We are proud of our under 18 crowd.

In 2011, the American Kennel Club offered the first National Obedience Competition for Junior Handlers. We had 5 young people competing.

If your child is interested in dogs and their training, call us. We are happy to have young handlers participate.

Dog Trainers Workshop Obedience Competition Junior Handlers Dog Trainers Workshop Obedience Competition Junior Handlers

 

The Service Dog Institute

the service dog instituteThe Service Dog Institute (TSDI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of those with special needs by providing trained service dogs to boost confidence, provide comfort and perform skilled tasks that enable partners to lead more independent lives.

Based in Greenville, South Carolina, we are committed to making the best possible match between a family and dog, extensively training both the family and dog, and providing ongoing support, to ensure a long-term successful partnership. TSDI provides services dogs to Children  ages 5-18 years old, Adults and Veteran with special needs.