Paul Bunyan Dog Training Association

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Rating: 4.7

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(4.7 out of 5, based on 3 reviews)

www.paulbunyandogtraining.comBemidji, MN 56601

6746 miles away
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Reader's Reviews (3)
Marisol
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Rating: 5

Fly Ball and Agility

posted 5 years ago

I love most everything about the Paul Bunyan Dog Training Association.
It’s a great place or dog loving people to meet and work with their dogs on many things Fly Ball, Agility, Rally, Obedience and Confirmation.

Some of the Instructors are VERY friendly, helpful and FUN to work with. Some are very innovative and bring great new trainings like free style and drill team to he club.

I don’t know that not having our own building is that much of a draw back. Owning a building can be very expensive with upkeep and maintenance so I don’t see this a negative aspect of the club. In the summer we train outside and this is were I prefer to be with my dog!

Pros: Fun Place to work with your dog

Cons: A long Drive

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Sharon N.
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Rating: 4

The dog club

posted 6 years ago

I love this group and the members but I have been told by some that have taken classes and are not members that they felt left out and didn't recieve the help they wanted.

I think this club would benifit if it had more cerftified trainers to help in this area.

I would highly recommend joining this club as it is a great way to interact with your dog and show them in a positive light.

Pros: It is a great way to work your dogs and meet new people.

Cons: Kind of cliquish, ome people get more help than others.

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