Michele Vitiello

Michele Vitiello

Toms River, NJ (map)

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I have been a Professional Dog Trainer for over 8 years privately as well as in a retail setting. I train basic to advanced obedience. This includes Loose Leash Walking (I'm the best), destructive behavior and jumping.

About Michele Vitiello

We provide dog or cat sitting or care. We walk dogs for 1/2 to ?, however long our clients would like.

We also provide care services which include a wide variety of services. Anyone who owns a pet knows that they are complicated in a good way and like for things to remain normal when we can't do it for them. We treat your pet as if it is our own.

We can also provide you with dog and cat training. We use positive reinforcement techniques (praise, treat, toy as reward that are slowly faded away). These techniques are scientifically proven effective. We do recommend that you do a little homework and become familiar with the different styles of training.


Toms River, NJ 08757

Question and answer

Q. Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?

A. I'm honest and inexpensive.

Q. What do you like most about your job?

A. Working with animals.

Q. What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?

A. I mostly am asked about potty training.

The answer varies. My first question would be do you have a backyard? I would next explain the 5 basics of potty training, monitoring their water intake, going outside or specified area to urinate, while urinating give a special word and use that word next year when he/she is fully potty trained to get them to urinate, take them outside after they eat-play-sleep & they have to have at least a 20 minute walk about 5 times a day. Please note that this is age appropriate. You don't want an 8 week old puppy with 2 rounds of shots out 5 times a day, he/she can go out twice a day until they reach 12 weeks. Slowly increase the number of walks per day starting at 10 or 1 weeks. By 16 weeks you should be up to 5 walks a day.

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