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Alden's Kennels

August 01, 2014 16:56 ET

Obedience Classes in Illinois Now Offered by Dog Training Experts at Alden's Kennels

Dog Owners Can Take Advantage of Obedience Classes in Illinois Offered by World-Class Training Expert Alden Domrase of Alden's Kennels and His Highly Qualified Staff of Dog Training Instructors

CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwired - Aug 1, 2014) - World-class show dog trainer Alden Domrase of Alden's Kennels is opening up his facility near Chicago for exceptional dog training and obedience classes in Illinois. Starting August 11, dog owners can participate in beginner, intermediate and advanced level dog training classes that will cover the advanced handling techniques used by trainers in the dog show circuit. This will come as good news to any dog owners who struggle with controlling their pet, particularly in socialization encounters with other animals or unfamiliar people.

Obedience classes in Illinois with an experienced professional show dog trainer like Alden Domrase is an unusual opportunity for most pet owners. Many see the well-behaved dogs in shows like the Westminster Kennel Club and are amazed at these animals' obedience, responsiveness to commands and the confidence that their handlers display in front of a large audience and surrounded with other unfamiliar dogs. Without the proper training, any dog can present unacceptable aggression towards others in such a stressful environment. Alden has honed these training skills for years and worked with all kinds of dogs, from purebred show champions to family mutts, providing training and education to pets and owners alike.

Pet owners looking to learn more about how to properly train their dogs for obedience will love the 6,000 square foot air conditioned training facility on the 12-acre Alden's Kennels property, bordering the Glacial Park Nature Preserve. This provides a beautiful environment where visitors and their pets can be comfortable and safe as they learn new dog training techniques at these obedience classes in Illinois.

In addition to obedience classes, Alden's Kennels also offers training for Conformation Shows, where a dog must hold still and stand or sit at attention while an expert judge analyzes them for conformity to the breed standard. This level of strict obedience can be very difficult for the average dog owner to train for, but it can be a great introduction to the world of show dog training. Alden's is also providing group and private lessons on Rally, the new dog sport that challenges dog and trainer with feats of athleticism and obedience. For more information about world-class dog training in Illinois, see http://www.aldenskennels.com.