Category: Our Successes

Oct 24

Rescue Success!

Keet’s Background One of Dog-Gone Capable’s favorite success stories is about a dog named Keet. Keet is a male Pit bull mix about 2 years of age. When we met Keet, he was in a foster home in Ashland, Ohio and had been there for quite some time. He was originally rescued by Fido’s Companion in …

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Feb 23

Puppy Mania!

  Hector – 5 month old Shiapoo. After Chris and Michelle Vanderzyden of Ashland, OH contacted me about their puppy, Hector, I was excited to help them as I love working with puppies! It gives me such joy to help new puppy owners to understand puppy behavior, while lessening the overwhelming feeling that an on-the-go …

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Dec 14

Maggie’s Anxiety Lessens

Maggie’s Anxiety Lessens

Dog Obedience Training for Maggie The Boxer! Maggie’s success story is one that brings a smile to my face because her difficulties are so similar to many of the dogs that I have trained. I am so proud of Peggy for following through with the obedience training. With all of the hard work she put …

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Sep 30

We highly recommend her!

Let me tell you about my Great Dane Dax. He came to live with us as a pup at 8 weeks of age and we thought we could mold and train him to be like our other Danes had always been, docile, gentle and sweet. We struggled with his training. He was reluctant to obey, …

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Sep 30

Best investment ever!

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After ten sessions of E-Collar training over the summer, we have been loving life with my year-old hound, Josi! She can now run with me off leash. Prior to training I could barely walk her on a leash. Josi mastered outdoor recall, off leash commands, and boundaries. Everyone is always impressed by how well she …

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Sep 30

We can’t thank her enough

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My husband and I did ten sessions of e-collar training with our mastiff/lab/beagle mix, Luci. Before training, it was hard to enjoy having her around. She had no discipline and didn’t listen to anything we said. She jumped on anyone and everyone and I couldn’t walk her on a leash without getting dragged down the …

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