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Paw & Order Dog Training

Paw & Order Dog Training

(412) 564-3647

Paw & Order Dog Training

5 years in business
31 Westchester Courts
Mc Kees Rocks, PA 15136
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BBB File Opened: 12/05/2016
Business Started: 02/01/2013
Business Started Locally: 02/01/2013
Business Incorporated: 02/01/2013 in PA
Type of Entity
Limited Liability Company (LLC)
Business Management
  • Mrs. Elissa Weimer, Owner
Business Category
  • Dog Training
  • Pet Training
  • Pet Services

Service Area
We service the following area(s): ALLEGHENY County, PA, WASHINGTON County, PA
Alternate Business Names
  • Paw & Order LLC
Methods of Payment
  • Cash, Check, Credit Card, Pay Pal
Refund & Exchange Policy: 
Refunds will be available in full or in part if the Trainer, Owner, and/or Dog(s) are unable to perform due to extenuating circumstances, including but not limited to: client unexpectedly moves out of the area before training begins, client no longer has the dog before training begins, Trainer determines the dog is not a good candidate for our training program during the first lesson.
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Paw & Order Dog Training offers professional in-home dog training and behavioral problem solving throughout Pittsburgh and the surrounding area. Our training programs are tailored to the individual dog, and they are successful with all breeds, ages, and temperaments. You don't have to accept your dog's bad behaviors. You can fix them, and we can help!

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Paw & Order Dog Training

Paw & Order Dog Training


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