Receive up to 15% Off Your Next Dog Training Class by Trading in Your Old Gear!
The Arizona Humane Society is participating in Project Trade which allows you to trade in your choke collar, prong collar, shock collar, bark collar, or scat mat and receive up to 15% off of an AHS Dog Training class.
- 15% off any dog training service by trading in a choke collar
- 15% off any dog training service by trading in a prong collar
- 15% off any dog training service by trading in a shock collar
- 10% off any dog training service by trading in a bark collar (citronella)
- 10% off any dog training service by trading in a scat mat
AHS’ certified trainers use positive reinforcement, force-free, and science-based methods in pet training. Our certified trainers use a variety of training methods that suit a dog and his or her family’s individual needs while following effective techniques based on scientific evidence. They are committed to continuing their education surrounding the latest humane and ethical training methods.
Email us at email@example.com to receive your Project Trade discount code prior to registering for your class, and please bring your old training gear with you to the first day of class. The Project Trade discount cannot be combined with any other discount. Discount applies to group classes only.
What is “Project Trade”?
Project Trade is the Pet Professional Guild’s (PPG) international advocacy program that promotes the use of force-free pet training equipment by asking pet guardians to swap choke, prong and shock collars (and any other devices that are designed to change behavior through pain or fear). Because we want all pets and their guardians to experience the huge advantages and long-lasting effectiveness of force-free training and pet care, we will give you great discounts on our most popular, effective, fun and pain-free training in exchange for your old gear.
Effective, humane animal training and pet care methods are the foundation of any animal’s healthy socialization and training and help prevent behavior problems. Since a wide variety of equipment and tools are commonly used when training pets, the pet-owning public needs to be aware of the potential problems and dangers some equipment may pose. Specifically, the use of collars and leads that are intended to apply constriction, pressure, pain or force around a dog’s neck (such as ‘choke chains’ and ‘prong collars’) should be avoided. Distinguished veterinarians and behaviorists worldwide are joining the discussion and calling for the elimination of such devices from the training efforts of both pet owners and professionals. Click here to learn more.