Nike Training Club, the training dog club for NFL teams, will be moving to the USA.
The company confirmed the move on Monday.
The move comes a day after Nike announced it was moving its training dog program to a facility in Ohio.
“Nike Training Club is pleased to announce that the Nike Training Dog Program has moved to a new facility in Columbus, Ohio.
The program will remain in the United States, and Nike Training Dogs will be available for all of our athletes.
The Nike Training Program will remain a top-rated, internationally recognized training program for NFL and collegiate athletes,” Nike Training said in a statement.
“Nike has been recognized as one of the world’s leading training facilities and we will continue to be the premier training facility for the NFL, including the Cleveland Browns and the Cleveland Indians.”
According to the company, the move comes on the heels of a $7 million investment in a new $15 million training center in Cleveland that Nike says will “be home to Nike Training’s first ever NFL Training Dog Facility.”
“We look forward to continuing to build on this legacy in our hometown of Cleveland,” Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam said in the statement.
Nike is currently the largest dog training company in the world, and has become a leading force in the dog-training industry.
Nike training dogs have been trained by more than 1,300 dog trainers across the world and have been praised for their abilities to train dogs of all sizes.