02/04/2012Provided by Citysearch -
I hate to go against the flow here but I wouldn't recommend this place unless you have a less than dominant dog. I believe the training here made our dogs' problems worse instead of better.
We had two American Bulldogs that we trained with Morgan's. After the two week ""Bootcamp""I religiously brought the dogs back for private lessons and group lessons. I saw Todd sometimes twice a week with my dogs. With every new story of aggression I told them I was made to feel as if it was my fault. They'd say,""you're not correcting hard enough. You're not being firm enough."" I showed them my dog's scabbed neck from all the hard corrections and asked how much harder I was supposed to be. They ordered electric shock collars next, didn't help. They just got more aggressive.
I should have known that if more of the same wasn't working then I should have tried something else. But I trusted their advice and their work experience. My dogs wound up busting through a chain link fence and seriously injuring a neighbor. Months later I read an article in the Reader that featured Morgan's and read a quote that stated the business never trained a dog that wrongfully attacked anyone.
I agree that the bording is cheap. Once, however, I picked up my male and was halfway home when I noticed a wound on his neck and left ear. I drove all the way back to find out what the heck happened and was told he escaped his crate and got into a fight with a Rottwieler at 3 a.m. one morning.
I work with someone who had her mastiff trained there and his aggression got worse instead of better as well. This type of training is outdated and cruel. You can get much better results with other trainers. I recommend Animal Sense.