Thinking of holding an event the public or an enrichment talk for employees and their family? We can help. Just drop us an email using the webform on this page (indicate “others” and in the message area, simply type in “Dog Training Talk”) and we will get back to you to discuss your event needs.
Why Hold a Dog Training Talk?
Dogs are one of the most loved pets in Singapore today. They are sweet, adorable and endearing in many ways. Above all, they are extremely loyal. That said, if they are not properly train, they can proof to be a handful to their owners and a nuisance to the neighbours.
But how much do Singaporeans understand about dog training? Not much, we believe, else people will not subject their dogs to the cruel world of compulsion (traditional) dog training. And how cruel can compulsion based training be? Judge for yourself in this video below.
The Cruelty of Compulsion Based Dog Training?
The Public Must be Educated on Dog Training
As can be seen from the video above, dog training, if the old traditional compulsion method is used, can be very cruel . From e-collars to ear pinches, our dogs simply don’t deserve such treatment. The public must be made aware of this fact and at least know that there is a more human alternative to the methods used in the video above. The rewards based training approach we adopt on this website is one such alternative.
We are Happy to Do Our Part in Educating the Public
Like you, our heart sank when we saw the video. No dog, should be subjected to such treatment, in the name of dog training. As such, we are please to announce that we are prepared to do our part to help educate the public. If you have an event and need a dog training speaker, we are happy to help out for FREE , if our schedule permits. Yes, we will not charge for our service but in return, we hope that those who benefit from our talks will also do their part in promoting rewards based training. As animal lovers, this is the least we can do for our doggy friends.
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