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The Jack Russell Bootcamp will help you to gain more control over your Jack Russell Terrier, from the chair you're currently sitting in.
Have you ever found that you've struggled to get your Jack Russell to obey commands? Does your Jack Russell have separation anxiety? Want to try training but scared of expensive fees?
After you've enrolled in The Jack Russell Bootcamp, and when you've taken in the course, you'll be able solve all these problems, right from your computer.
There's no prerequisite knowledge. This is an accessible course for people of all levels of dog training knowledge.
The course also comes with a 30-day refund guarantee, so there's no risk in enrolling. If you change your mind, you can get your money back, no questions asked.
Think about it this way - if you hired a professional dog trainer three times a week for 30 days, it would cost you over and above £300, as a conservative estimate. If you weren't happy with the results, and asked for a refund, they'd probably refuse.
But with The Jack Russell Bootcamp if you're not satisfied or just want to change your mind, you can get a full 100% refund within 30 days.
You will also be able to email me at any point with any further questions you have, and you will be the first to know about any upcoming improvements or additions to the course.
I will be actively adding brand new fresh content, and updating the existing content, to make this course as good as possible while keeping it simple.
So you're effectively getting fresh new training over the next few months after you enrol!
I have been fortunate enough to have received some very kind praise from some of the thousands of Jack Russell owners already subscribed to my newsletter, and who have gone through my training.
So don't just take my word for it - here are people who have benefitted from my Jack Russell training:
I created Jack Russell Advice in February 2014, to provide a source of Jack Russell specific learning materials.
I have a Jack Russell Terrier called Poppy, we adopted her in autumn in 2011.