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We’d love to help and we can come to you! Because we know you want the best dog training in the world, we are willing to anywhere in the world to help you.
Available locations for In-Home Dog Training:
Kansas City, KS
Dog training and behavior topics that we can help you with:
- Manners and Obedience
- Potty Training
- Greeting Strangers
- Car issues
- Food issues
- Crate issues
- Agility & Advanced Tricks
- Canine Good Citizen
- Therapy Dog
We will work specifically on concerns you have with your dog inside and outside of your home while building a long-lasting foundation.
We have one time sessions or we have 3, 6, 10, 20 or unlimited packages.
Call us today for your FREE Dog Behavior Consultation.
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Table Manners – Holiday Safety for Your Dog
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Tricks and Dog Treats
Jumbo Halloween candy, check. Matching costumes for the entire family, check. Door decorations complete with pumpkins, hay, and corn, check. You think you’ve done everything to prepare for a busy night in the neighborhood, but have you ensured your dog can have a...
“We adopted a 4 year old Maltese mix with behavior issues, and that was the reason he was given up. My husband & I felt his next step was a shelter if we didn’t take him or worse. We are so grateful we found Smart Dogs and Kristy. After just one session in our home, within two days, our dog Kilo has changed for the better.”
– Ken & Deb Daley with dog Kilo