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Online dog training course goes world-wide

Daniel Rose, of Kadan K9 Training, and rottweiler Zylah Magnussen, check out an online course. Zylah, a nine-month-old puppy, is learning the ropes with Kadan K9 Training.
Daniel Rose, of Kadan K9 Training, and rottweiler Zylah Magnussen, check out an online course. Zylah, a nine-month-old puppy, is learning the ropes with Kadan K9 Training. Bna Photography

MACKAY dog trainer Daniel Rose's methods and tips are being lapped up by clients on the world-wide web.

His Kadan K9 Training business launched an online dog training course for clients in Mackay and the Bowen Basin about three months ago.

Now, the web-based course has collared international clients in the United States and New Zealand.

Mr Rose said people's lives were getting busier and many people couldn't take the time to attend group dog training sessions for weeks or months on end.

"We came up with an online training course that clients can do from home when they want, spending only 15 minutes a day," he said.

"Clients can log onto their iPad or phone and watch the instructional videos."

For more information visit KadanK9.com.au or go direct to the online dog training course site learnelectricdogcollars.com.

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