We are excited to have entered a partnership with Georgia K9 NTC, one of the South’s premier training facilities. Their trainers are nationally recognized dog handlers and their client base reaches across the country.
The team at Georgia K9 pride themselves on their knowledge and experience with dogs. They offer information on every breed of dog and every behavior problem. Georgia K9 has a staff of Certified Professional Trainers that will help teach the dogs proper behavior as well as educate you, the owner, on how to fairly and effectively communicate with your dog. They offer a variety of services, each tailored to fit the individual personality of your dog.
Whatever your needs may be, Georgia K9′s trainers will work with you to achieve the relationship you’ve always wanted with your dog.
Services offered by Georgia K9:
- Puppy Preschool & Basic Manners
- Obedience & Socialization
- Behavioral Issues
- Trailing & Tracking Work
- Apprehension work (this is conducted by GA K9 Affiliate: Superior K9 )
- Search & Rescue
- Assistance Dog Training
For more information on Georgia K9 NTC, please click here to visit their website
Meet their professional trainers:
Kelli is a certified Police Officer in the State of Georgia. She graduated from National K9® as a Certified Professional Trainer. Her certifications include: Puppy Development, Breed Identification, Dog Behavior, Basic and Advanced Obedience, Retrieval Training, Utility Training,
Trailing and Scent Discrimination, Personal Protection Training, Police Service Dog Training, and Narcotics Detection.
Jeff is a Police K9 Trainer and a retired police K9 handler. He has worked for the Alameda Police Department, Amador County Sheriff’s Department, and was attached to the FBI’s Hostage Rescue Team’s K-9 Assistance Program designed to apprehend high risk fugitives. Jeff is considered an expert witness in the areas of scent evidence and trailing.
Jeff is the author of “Red Dog Rising”, a chronological account of his police K9 work with Ronin, a modern police bloodhound. Jeff is currently working on his second book and is a frequent contributor to various dog magazines.