Michael’s Pack was recently featured in a Newsday article about virtual dog training. In the article, Michael Schaier discusses how virtual dog training has impacted his business in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak:
Oceanside native Michael Schaier, 68, owner of Michael’s Pack Dog Training Center, says his “business slowed up dramatically when the pandemic first hit.” Noting a surge in local adoptions while Long Islanders work from home, he too turned to virtual training.
Schaier feels “virtual training can be effective,” but admits success “depends on how well the owner takes to the coaching.”
“The strength of virtual training is fairly obvious from a business perspective,” notes Schaier. “Your market goes from regional to literally worldwide. It also cuts down on trainers having to travel and increases the number of clients that can be seen.”
Read the full article on Newsday: “Virtual dog training helps Long Islanders connect with experts from a social distance”