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All Smart Pets is continuing to train virtually!

All Smart Pets’ statement on Covid-19

The last few years brought a lot of changes to all of us, and one of them has been the increase and acceptance of working from home. Remote work also means we’re able to connect with and help people all over the country, and indeed the world. All Smart Pets Training is continuing to train using virtual tools such as Zoom, Face Time, and Skype.

For a lot of dogs, virtual training means better outcomes and less stress. Without the anxiety of someone new approaching or taking the leash, your dog can focus on YOU, and learn in the environment they live in.

For a lot of people, virtual training means shorter lessons and easier scheduling. We’ll set up easy to accomplish training goals, and review them on camera and by video. Shared spreadsheets let both you and your trainer input videos, comments, and questions. And of course, it’s cheaper because there’s no travel expenses.

Contact All Smart Pets Training now to schedule your virtual training sessions.

All Smart Pets is dedicated to helping you enrich the life of you and your pet through positive reinforcement training and improved human-canine communication.

Specialties

In our 13 years of service to the Fargo-Moorhead community and surrounding areas, we have helped owners and their dogs conquer their challenges and achieve their goals, including:

  • Introducing a new family member (animal or human)
  • Anxiety issues
  • Reactivity and aggressive behavior towards people and other animals
  • Separation anxiety and Isolation distress
  • Basic obedience and manners
  • Obedience and Rally obedience preparation
  • Training and evaluations for Trick Dog titles, Canine Good Citizen, and Virtual Home Manners

Stevie is an excellent trainer, regardless of species! She helped convince my three cats that dogs were okay, and three months later, I was able to adopt my first dog! She taught me how to read my cats’ body language better, and helped me understand their fears and how to help them cope. Thanks so much!

Carissa W.