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I had hired Doug Morrison of Doug Morrison K-9 Development back in June of 2009. I paid $550.00 for two dog training courses (puppy kindergarten and then advanced obedience) These classes were to begin July 1, 2009, and commence weekly for 18-20 classes. Doug was late for his first 2 classes at my home, was a no-show for his third, then honoured 2 or 3 more classes after that. As of today there has been no classes since August 22, 2009. It is now October 3, 2009. 42 days without a class, and none in sight. Through further digging I have found numerous complaints on the internet about this con artist. Stay away from anything to do with Doug Morrison.

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    Sherry Nov 19, 2008
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    I signed an 8 week contract with Mr. Morrison to provide dog training. He attended for 5 weeks then quit showing up, would not return telephone calls or provide an explanation or refund.

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    Nikita's owners Apr 27, 2009

    In December 08, we also signed up for 8 weeks of dog training. Doug only showed up for 2 lessons. He charged us $400 + another $35 for a choker collar. We tried to contact him for 2 months to no avail.

    There are numerous complaints about him on RIPOFF.com

    Nikita's owners

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