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Rescued Doberman “Marly” Gets Another Chance At Life!! Unleashed Potential

Marly, a rescued doberman,  is a dog like hundreds of others I have worked with. She had a hard life before being adopted. Her sister unfortunately was euthanized for human aggression. As Marly matured, her owners took her to dog training classes and put in a lot of time and patience. Unfortunately Marly continued to get worst. In one of ... Read More »

From 8wks – 5months old Terrier UNLEASHED: Unleashed Potential PEI Dog Training

I would like to take a moment to thank  Unleashed Potential in PEI for what they have done for me and my terrier pup. I must admit.  I am thrilled with our progress!  We started with Puppy Management and have now progressed onto the  OFF LEASH Ultimate Obedience for life program! We are a couple lessons short of starting our first ... Read More »

Great Dane OFF LEASH: Training a Shy Timid Dog, Testimonial Unleashed Potential, PEI

Hamlet, Great Dane OFF LEASH and going everywhere with Unleashed Potential Ultimate Obedience!! It’s hard to find the words to describe what  Unleashed Potential K9 in PEI has done for me and my Great Dane. Hamlet is a timid and shy dog, and I went to Unleashed Potential looking for help, hoping to build his confidence and mine. The first ... Read More »

Off leash in Four weeks. Halifax Dog Training!

Testimonial from satisfied owners of Jilly, who is now off leash in 4 just 4 weeks! Great Halifax dog training with Unleashed Potential Halifax. Check out Jilly’s story below! We found Jilly at a rescue in Amherst NS . When we brought her home we quickly found out that she had very bad separation anxiety when she ripped apart our ... Read More »

Importance of Socialization for Dogs

Every Thursday evening I preach to our Unleashed Potential puppy management class in  PEI about socializing their pups. You can really tell who takes you seriously week after week seeing the progression in how well the pup adjusts to new people and dogs entering class every week. It is common for us to have people call in and inform us ... Read More »