K9 Problem Solving
with Tyler Muto
May 21 & 22, 2016
March 12 & 13, 2016
9:00 – 5:00
Tyler Muto’s Dogmanship and Problem Solving Clinics are unique in that every clinic is tailored specifically to the needs of the dogs and people that are present. Each event will include an overview of Tyler’s training process and the foundational techniques he uses. Then he will work with each dog and human and show how to utilize these foundational skills to diagnose and work through problems. Building from those foundational skills, Tyler will teach more advanced concepts and techniques to refine each team’s work, and give a training plan to help meet their goals.
Ideal canine candidates for working positions are dogs who are struggling with behavior problems which exhibit outside of the home environment,dog/handler teams who need assistance with an element of their overall training program, or green dogs who have the opportunity to get started off on the right track. Off leash socialization may or may not be addressed as the ability to put together a safe social group within the time constraints of the seminar is dependent on the dogs who are present.
Working spots are limited to 12, while audit or spectator spots are unlimited.
10-12 Working spots are $400 (with a dog)
Spectator spots are $300 (without a dog)
Morning coffee, snacks and lunch will be provided. We will have dinner on Saturday evening at a local eatery, (not included in price).
The Philly Pack
Canine Enrichment Center
1715 McKean Street
Philadelphia, PA 19145
Parking is available on McKean and neighboring streets. The 17th street bus stop is one block away.
All thanks to you Tyler Muto, I am going to bed a better trainer and human being thanks to day one of your workshop.
Tyler Muto, a Rochester, NY native, has had a life long passion for training dogs. Upon moving to Buffalo, NY in 2007, he began researching the local dog training facilities, looking for a place to apply his knowledge and skills, and was instantly dissatisfied with the services available to dog owners in the area. With few resources, and with no local connections, Tyler decided to start his first company, K9 Connection, and offer a behavioral service that was previously unavailable in the Buffalo region.
By 2011, Tyler’s expertise and innovation in the dog training world had begun to attract national and international attention. He decided to open the K9 Connection Dog Training Center in Downtown Buffalo, where he still serves as training director, supervising multiple full time trainers. The facility has now expanded to offer dog daycare and grooming as well.
In 2013, Tyler was elected to serve on the Board of Directors for the International Association of Canine Professionals, and was almost instantly promoted to fill a seat as the organization’s Vice President, the youngest ever to be granted this honor. Tyler was also picked by the Buffalo District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration to receive an award for Young Entrepreneur of the Year.
Today, dog owners from all over the United States and Canada bring their pets to Tyler for training. Tyler’s passion for training, along with his ability to help families and dogs achieve harmony, is unparalleled, and has earned him recognition as not only one of the best in Western New York, but one of the most sought after trainers throughout the United States and Canada.