Dog Training With Liz

Dog Training With Liz

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WELCOME TO DOG TRAINING WITH LIZ 
Specializing in Service Dog Training and  Obedience 
Serving Brevard and Surrounding Counties in Florida
liz@dogtrainingwithliz.com 





                                                  New Weekend Training Classes

                                             Task Class

Teach your dog object recognition and how to perform tasks-
give him a job!

A well trained dog is a balanced dog

Must know basic obedience to take this class


Starting November 9th & 10th, 2019


5 weeks for $150.00


9am to 10am



Each Class limited to 5 students


Classes will be held outdoors with distractions.


Please have proof of current vaccinations, collar & 6 ft leash along with soft treats.


Act fast as these classes fill quickly!


To reserve a spot call


321-634-2003

 or email

liz@dogtrainingwithliz.com

Click below to pay online 


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Is your dog driving you crazy? 


Have problems with barking? Does she ignore commands? Pull you on the leash? Have poor house manners?

Relax, I can Help!   I can bring peace and happiness to your "Pack" with less stress for you!


Training is more than just sit, stay, come and heel.  Training is on ongoing life event for you and your dog. Just as some people learn by repetition, so does your dog.  We all work and perform better with positive reinforcement from our friends and family, even our bosses.  Well, we are our dogs family (their pack) and they work and learn so much better with the same positive reinforcement. 



Owner and Trainer Liz Gruen.  Professional Member of IACP (International Association of Canine Professionals) and Certified CGC (Canine Good Citizen) Evaluator for AKC with over 17 years experience. Licensed and Insured. 

 Just as every child and person does not learn at the same speed, or by the same teaching methods, neither do our dogs.  Some catch on quicker than others, but they do catch on!  You will get out of your dog what you put into your dog.  If you only train a command once a week, well, don't expect your dog to perform that command consistently. Being consistent is the key. You need to reward what behavior you do want and  not reward what behavior you do not want.


 It is so important to start your dogs training as a puppy.  If you let your dog do what it wants or you are not consistent with your training, then it takes a longer time to undo all the negative behavior that was established without the proper training. I offer puppy training, crate training, basic and advanced training, service dog training, therapy dog training, and dog adoption consultations. These services are all geared to your particular needs.

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