Superdog is the biggest fraud in dog training out there.Whether its the promise of training your dog or you becoming a dog trainer with Superdog, The owners only want your money.
Stay far far away from this company and the owner of Superdog because if you get in too deep you'll also be harnessed by the owner. Not only was I promised good business with dog training once I bought into the franchise I was also told I needed to move to a bigger city in order to get good clientele. Not 2 months after I moved the owner, David Baron, stated that since I was unable to pay him my monthly franchise dues he is taking me completely off all and any advertising with Superdog. This was after the promise of if I moved I'd make money with the dog training.
I'm sure it would have happened if David wouldn't have kicked me to the curb. I would have NEVER moved had I known I was going to be kicked to the side just because I was just barely starting out in a new big city that I spent every dime I had getting to because I was so sure the dog training was goin to work because of all the promises I have been made. I didn't pay my franchise dues not because I didn't want to but because I had no extra money. And I made this perfectly clear to David and the office staff at Superdog that I would have money to pay Superdog until I was getting a good clientele.
I never got that because I was counting on Superdog's advertisement. I had and have no extra cash to advertise myself.
I bought into Superdog for that very reason.I thought it was sure thing to help me get started with dog training and in return I lost everything I had saved and am struggling to even feed myself and pay for rent.
Monetary Loss: $10000.