At Mannerly Canine we have a passion for helping people develop a great relationship with their young puppy or adult dog. Our professional dog trainer works with owners and their dog to resolve difficult behavior problems and to develop a clear understanding of what they need from each other. Our locations are ideal for both dog training and boarding for northern Pittsburgh, PA and surrounding suburbs, as well as eastern Pennsylvania in the Philadelphia area!
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Call or contact us for an evaluation. Upon completion of an evaluation, our Head Trainer will recommend the best boot camp training course and boarding school routine to help you and your dog reach a high level of obedience training success.
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Get to Know Shawn Reed – Head Dog Trainer
Shawn Reed, Head Trainer and Owner has developed and trained many people to teach and enhance their relationship with their dog. His outgoing personality and knowledge is well-known in the dog world as he understands how to get the best results from each dog. Read client testimonials to learn how we have help both dogs and their owners.
Shawn is constantly attending workshops and seminars to enhance his skills in dog training. He attended The Michael Ellis School For Dog Trainers, which is one of the best schools for dog training in the country today.
It is important to select a dog trainer near you that understands your needs and clearly communicates with experience and knowledge. Shawn is a dog behaviorist trainer who develops a custom plan to cater to both the dog and owner’s needs – for aggressive behavior, separation anxiety, house breaking, off-leash training and more. Far too many dog trainers today are using cookie-cutter approaches. We believe an obedience training plan or puppy boot camp should fall into what the dog tells us, not into a fixed way of training.