Marlon Scott one of the Highland Canine graduates stated that his six months at the training center trained him not just how to teach canines.
The native of Tobago and Trinidad said that he understood the importance of planning and the job being practiced takes part in each facade that includes training canines.
Last week Scott and other dozen trainees graduated from the Highland six-month master dog training course. The ceremony took place in Union Grove at Fiddler’s Grove.
Scott stated that prior to choosing on Highland Canine he did many studies into which canine training schools fit him and it is a choice he has pleased he made.
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And for him this is the most excellent school. He took into account his conversation with Jason Purgason, the training director, in the begging of program regarding the significance of planning or scheming and it is somewhat that carried with him all through the whole six-month training. Back to the Caribbean he intends to carry what he has studied.