Call In The Canine Consultant With 25 Years Experience

Dated: September 25 2013

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Having problems with the new puppy? Or perhaps, behavioral issues with the family dog who now has to adjust to a new baby in the house? No Problem - Call in Morris County's very own Dog Trainer expert and Canine Consultant, Stacie Royal.

Stacie Royal, President of Royal Canine, located in Florham Park, Morris County, has been professionally and successfully helping people train their dogs for nearly 25 years.  Shortly after graduating college with two bachelor degrees she ”went to the dogs” and began her dog training career at a large canine behavior center in Pennsylvania.
A variety of specialized programs were offered to address the needs of dogs and their owners.   After working her way up to head trainer, Stacie soon started her own Business and eventually returned to her home town in Morris County, where she currently resides.  Today Stacie continues to utilize the behavior modification and training protocols developed at the country’s most respected canine behavior centers.

Royal Canine’s behavioral training specializes in early puppy development, behavior modification, phobias, anxieties, and aggressions.  Also offered are a variety of training courses for puppies and adult dogs, as well as guidance and advice for owners seeking the perfect canine companion.
In-home, private training is available primarily in Morris, Essex, Somerset and Union counties.  Group classes are currently held in Chester, Millington, and Morris Plains.  All training has a strong foundation rooted in positive reinforcement techniques.  Thanks to the ongoing support of veterinarians, groomers, kennels and clients, Royal Canine continues to grow.  Stacie’s solid reputation as a successful trainer and behavioral consultant is largely due to her experience and effectiveness in helping owners with challenging cases while maintaining a gentle and sensitive approach.

Stacie Royal of Royal Canine, will have a booth at the ninth annual "Puptoberfest", Saturday, September 28th located at Horseshoe Lake 72 Eyland Avenue, Succasunna.  The following Saturday, October 5th, Royal Canine will have a stand at the famous Bottle Hill Day event in Madison from 10-5. Stacie will provide training tips, advice and also have products available. Additionally, fall group classes are scheduled to start at all 3 locations: Chester, Millington and Morris Plains. Questions - Call Stacie Royal 201.207.5342 or email info@RoyalK9.com.

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