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Dog group helps train owners and their pets on the importance of obedience

They meet every Sunday at Silver Creek Park
Posted at 11:07 AM, Jun 24, 2018
and last updated 2018-06-24 14:07:55-04

They come on four legs ready to learn how to "sit", "stay" and "come". Once they master the basics they will graduate to the advanced courses and agility training.

It's Hukills Custom K9 Dog Training. Every Sunday at Silver Creek Park, Carey Hukill works with dogs and their owners to master obedience skills. They start with basic "sitting" and "staying" with their owner or handler. Then move up to how to walk with their owner. Finally how to walk past and interact with other dogs and people.

Hukill said it's not too late to treat a dog obedience training. And teaching your dog how to behave is similar to teach your child manners.

The dog training is from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. and Hukill said all you need to bring is a dog, collar, leash, treats and ten dollars.