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Testimonial: UPK9 Worldwide Dog Training CONSULTS ! “VIDA” GSD

Testimonial: UPK9 Worldwide Dog Training Consults ! Finding and contacting  Duke Ferguson at Unleashed Potential for dog training on the internet was a life changer for me as I was nearly at the end of my tether. My husband and I have a young german shepherd which we have trained from a puppy and having had other german shepherds presumed things ... Read More »

When other trainers failed this schnauzer UPK9 Halifax pulled him through!

When Other Trainers failed this schnauzer  Unleashed Potential made the difference in this dogs life! – Dear Unleashed Potential, I wanted to write and say a Huge THANK YOU!!  for all of your help with Ginger. As you know, before we met you, we worked with TWO other dog trainers  and felt like we had tried everything. 100% positive reinforcement training, ... Read More »

Testimonial UPK9: PEI Aggressive Female Rotti Mix

Testimonial of an aggressive female Rotti Mix, 10 years old In July 2012, I adopted a senior dog, Jessie. Her story was that her owner had died suddenly and her companion dog had been sold. Jess, as a Rotti mix, was considered surplus to her owner’s family, who suggested to the two ladies who were looking after her that she ... Read More »

Jacob and Marlee, foxhounds: Testimonial UPK9: PEI

Jacob and Marlee, foxhounds: Testimonial UPK9: PEI A huge thank you to Duke and Lindsay of Unleashed Potential K9 PEI for giving us the tools we need to help Jacob and Marlee become all that they were meant to be. While their training will be ongoing they have come so far in only 3 sessions. Despite several people telling us ... Read More »

Dog aggressive Rottweiler rehabilitated by Unleashed Potential Trainer.

Testimonial of a Dog Aggressive Rottweiler’s Owners “We adopted our dog, a lab/rotti mix, almost two years ago. When we first brought her home things seemed to be going well but it didn’t take long for us to realize she had some behavioural problems and dog aggression that needed attention. She was crazy in the car, pulled on walks, would ... Read More »