Certified professional dog trainers teach pets at Bonita Boarding Kennel and Pet Camp

09/23/2013

BONITA SPRINGS, Fla. (September 23, 2013) – Sit, stay, roll over. From the most basic commands to the most complex agility moves, trainers from the Southwest Florida Professional Dog Trainers Alliance will implement training classes starting on Sept. 28 at Bonita Boarding Kennel and Pet Camp’s new location in Bonita Springs.

BBK Pet Camp owners Debi and George Braendle and their daughter Lisa Bromley partnered with the certified organization based on their credentials and their force-free approach. Initially, they will offer Basic Obedience and Basic Agility with the potential to add more classes to the program in the future.

“We take great pride in the level of training we deliver to our clients and their beloved pets,” said Jeannie Bates, program director, Southwest Florida Professional Dog Trainers Association. “It’s a pleasure to partner with BBK Pet Camp to provide professional dog training services to the Bonita Springs community.”

BBK Pet Camp’s new 5,000-square-foot center is double the space of their previous location and provides ample indoor and outdoor space to accommodate the new training programs. In addition to training, BBK Pet Camp offers short and long term boarding care, daycare and grooming for dogs, cats and other small animals. Air-conditioned indoor play areas, an agility course, fenced in outdoor play areas, “cabin-like” enclosures and a themed pet boutique highlight the new facility. Voted “Bonita’s Best” again in 2013, for four years running, ownership and staff remain the same.

Located at 9240 Brookwood Court in Bonita Springs, Fla., an Open House is planned for Nov. 2 from 12 to 4 which will benefit the Shy Wolf Sanctuary. For more information and class schedules visit www.BonitaBoardingKennel.com or call 239.992-6878.

More about the Southwest Florida Professional Dog Trainers Alliance
With memberships and certificates of recognition from the Association of Pet Dog Trainers, The International Association of Canine Professionals, Companion Animal Sciences Institute, International Institute for Applied Animal Behavior, Delta Society, The American Kennel Club and Animal Behavior College, this group has exceeded all standards in the world of dog training. In addition, the group holds a membership with Assistance Dogs International. 

The trainers are committed to a force-free training approach that is both people and dog friendly. They offer a full complement of dog training programs including Agility, STAR Puppy Head Start, Basic Obedience, Good Manners, Competitive Obedience & Rally. Temperament Assessments and Behavior Modification programs are offered for challenged pets. Their community service programs include the PAWS Assistance Dog Program which trains and places skilled assistance dogs to wounded veterans and children with disabilities. Trained and certified PAWS Therapy Dog Teams provide pet-assisted therapy dog services to communities throughout Southwest Florida. For more information swflprofessionaldogtrainers.com or 239.775.1660.