Camp Bow Wow Launches a New Training Program

Camp Bow Wow announced the launch of its newest program, Bow Wow Behavior Buddies, providing training to dogs enrolled at Camp Bow Wow locations throughout the country. Camp Bow Wow will now offer various training options in addition to boarding, day care and home care.

The Bow Wow Buddies Behavior training is a progressive and comprehensive initiative for Camp Bow Wow and Home Buddies franchisees wishing to offer dog training. Created to help customers modify their canine’s behavior issues, the training commences in the pet’s home, in Camps, or in group classes and is specifically tailored to each pooch using proven training methodologies. Camp Bow Wow’s trainers combine extensive knowledge of dog behaviors to modify your pet’s manners.

Upon spending several weeks in grueling training with two nationally renowned trainers, Aimee Sadler and Nick Fisher, franchisees are now offering group classes, “board and trains,” and individual private training. With instructor Aimee Sadler teaching the scientific principles behind training techniques and Nick Fisher bringing his successful pack psychology to modify behavior, these two well-known figures lend their expertise to the training efforts.

Through a combination of classroom instruction and daily hands-on experience with shelter dogs, the franchisees have been provided with a full-bodied handling and training experience, unrivaled by most other dog training schools and programs throughout the country. While in training, students learn how to assess issues, as well as implement appropriate tools, training protocols, and key marketing techniques to build the training business. The level of expertise in diverse methods, use of shelter dogs for unpredictability training, and implementation of many dog training tools and techniques has set Camp Bow Wow apart from other pet care facilities across the nation.

“We are thrilled to be launching Camp Bow Wow’s newest program, Bow Wow Behavior Buddies, as an additional asset to our roster of pet care programs. This expansion will help to solidify our position as an authority on pet services, offering new programs that are atypical of traditional dog care facilities,” noted Heidi Ganahl, CEO and founder of Camp Bow Wow.

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