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Group Classes or Board and Train for my Dog?

When many people are looking for an obedience training program in Anchorage Alaska, they always ask us, “Is it better to participate in the training with my dog, or do your three week canine camp?” I always tell people, when it comes to which dog training program is right, there …

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Holiday Pet Safety

My name is Robert Forto and I am the training director of Alaska Dog Works. I am asked all the time about holiday do’s and don’ts from pet owners. While I always offer an article right around Christmas about training Christmas puppies I thought it would be wise to offer some tips to …

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Training Your Dog for the Holidays

The packages tied with ribbon and bows, the tinsel and stockings, and the roast beast are all but a faint memory.  The sweet little bundle of joy that was nestled beneath the tree Christmas morning is by now a barking menacing terror! What to do?  Surely we cannot allow Max …

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A Christmas Puppy? Maybe Not.

  Events of this Christmas will have a profound impact on the dog training industry in April. All those cute puppy-in-a-stocking photos prompt unsuspecting people to give dogs as gifts, inevitably resulting in a high rate of premium business for me and my colleagues. A Christmas Puppy? Maybe Not “Christmas …

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FAQ about Alaska Dog Works Camp

Frequently Asked Questions: Board and Train What is a Board and Train/Camp Works? A Board and Train requires that your dog be left with us at Alaska Dog Works for the duration of the training. Our programs enable your dog to learn commands quickly, efficiently, and effectively. Boarding your dog …

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Online Coaching

Here at Alaska Dog Works we work with clients along the road system and in the rural communities from Nome to Sitka and beyond. We have found a way to deliver exceptional service to all of our clients by offering dog training on demand. Now you can get individual, fully …

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