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I have no time to train my dog!

Modern life often gives little time for things, and one thing that often comes up near the bottom of things to do is dog training.

Everyone says they want to get their dog trained, stop them jumping on visitors, stop the running off all the time in the woods and having to wait an hour in the rain for their dog to come back. But it seems like such a huge undertaking and there just isn't enough time.

But it doesn't have to be this way

Dog training a pet dog can take as little as 5-10 minutes a day.

Yes you read right just 5-10 minutes a day. By adding a little training here and there you can really change and improve your dog's behaviour.

If your dog struggles to come back when you call, ask him randomly to come to you throughout the day, reward him when he does. If you do this 20x a day (allowing up to 30 seconds per call) that's 140 practices a week, which is a heck of a lot of training!

Muddy Muttz Dog Training

01559 384436

Pencader, Carmarthenshire, SA39 9BX

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