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Serving Area, Baltimore, Maryland, 21209, united-states

East Coast Academy of Dog Training Inc.
East Coast Academy of Dog Training Inc.
East Coast Academy of Dog Training Inc.

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Teaching Puppies and Dogs, One Family at a Time. At ECADT, we've been training the Baltimore metropolitan area dogs since 1994. We recognize your dog is a member of your household, and each home is different. Our custom, in-home training program concentrates on your particular needs. We are proven successful with no choke devises and no pain necessary. We teach techniques and procedures to control troubles. Obedience is taught off leash and on: inside, outside and in public.

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