All About: Moura Dogmanship

Get the most out of your working dog with Moura Stock Dogs training!

Dogs truly are man’s best friends, and there’s nothing more enjoyable than a well-behaved dog doing what they are bred to do. A good working dog can save a tremendous amount of time, headaches, and footsteps. So, we are setting out to help people overcome the difficulties they are facing with their dogs.

Maycon Moura from Moura Stock Dogs has been implementing his dog training method for more than 17 years. He has worked and trained in the United States, Brazil, Argentina, Sweden, Norway, the United Kingdom, and Australia, giving them international knowledge and experience from all corners of the globe.

Moura caught up with Tammi Arender to talk more about the company and what viewers can expect on tonight’s Rural America Live!

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