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Think Alpha Dog

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8 years on Angie's List
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Phone Number
(407) 922-0285
Address
2020 Hiddendale Ct.
Kissimmee, FL
34741

About Us

Our Mission is to provide the education for the dog owners of today and those owners of tomorrow, so they can make the right choices. Having knowledge about canine behavior and human behavior is the key for a great relationship for you, your family and your dog. Our long term goal is to decrease the number of dogs turned into animal shelters because of behavior problems. This will be achieved through education, support and awareness. Let us help to get both you and your dog out of the dog house through training for both of you. Canine behavior applied to how human beings react equals Think Alpha Dog. We currently have 1 Dog Trainer on staff, Heather Szasz, who is the owner of the business. Also her husband Ron, who does marketing and Internet work of the business with an occasional errand or two given by the "Boss". We do not use "Sub-contractors". We occasionally recommend other services to dog owners such as, Veterinarian services, Pet sitters and Dog walkers, along with some of the best deals we find in the pet shops for food etc. Heather is a Certified Dog Trainer by Animal Behavior College. Think Alpha Dog has an Occupational License from the City of Kissimmee #5287513212066018 and Osceola County Contact Heather Szasz by email at thinkalphadog@gmail.com or by phone at 407-922-0285 for current Angie's List specials! Currently Angie's List special, booking 1 hour for in home training get 1.5 hours at 1 hour price for 1st time training session. There is a service charge outside of Orange and Osceola counties of $10.00 (Polk, Lake, Volusia) This is added just to overall single session cost as a per trip for mileage. I volunteer at the Orlando Animal Shelter once a week and I help train the volunteers that we have. I want to train them to give the dogs in the shelter a better chance at adoption. Overall I want to educate the dog owners of tomorrow so that there are less dogs going to the shelters for behavioral issues. This is a project of a Non-Profit organization I am part of. Our near term goal is to get into schools to show children how to properly care and be in charge of pets, especially dogs.