Clarity-Canine of Pittsburgh PA - DogServ
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Clarity-Canine of Pittsburgh PA

The only dog trainers you will ever need.

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Clarity-Canine was developed from nearly two decades of competitive training, competing, and winning in multiple dog sport venues, as well as general pet and behavioral training.

We are members of the AWDF (American Working Dog Federation), AWMA (American Working Malinois Association), and USMRA (the United States Mondio Ring Association).

All of which are nationally and internationally recognized working dog organizations. We are also members of USCA (United Schutzhund Clubs of America) and AKC (American Kennel Club).

FAQs

Q What shot records should I have for my dog or puppy?

We require age-appropriate rabies vaccination. We recommend two rounds of puppy vaccinations but we do not require them.

Q How long will it take to correct my dogs behavior?

Each dog and individual are different. There is no set time and we have no way of measuring this.

We generally give recommendations or rough guesses before we agree to lessons. This is why we recommend our camps and other programs as we at least know a rough estimate on how long it takes us to get something, but there are still variables within that too.

Q Is my dog too old to train?

No. However some habits may take longer to change, especially if a dog has a long time to practice them.

An 8-year-old dog that has been biting people or fence fighting the neighbor’s dog since he was 1 year old, for example, is not too old to train but make take considerable more time to form new habits in those situations.