Now I can now clip his nails on my own…

Stevo is highly professional, extremely talented at handling difficult cases, and very patient discussing everything with his clients. I have a very difficult dog that had major fear aggression.

For 8 years, I couldn’t take him around anyone in public, or invite anyone over. I was essentially a hostage in my own house. He couldn’t go to the vet without being muzzled and wrestled. After spending time with Stevo, I can now clip his nails on my own, take him in public, allow others into my house, and even all others to pet him! None of this was possible previously.

Dog Training For Dallas and Fort Worth Texas

I cannot tell enough how happy I am I found Stevo when I did. My only other options were to have him put down, or remain in my home alone. Now, we both have our lives back. I will never be able to express how grateful I am for this.

K9 League 
1237 Robin Dr
Keller Tx 76262
682-651-7722
info@k9league.net

Every single day, Peanut gets more and more confident….

My best friend is a 15 pound Corgi/Chihuahua mix, named Peanut. Before her training with Gabby, Peanut was very insecure being around new people/places and it was difficult to include her in things because it was just too stressful for her and me. It made me sad that couldn’t enjoy everything I wanted to with Peanut. I was feeling a little discouraged and I knew I needed help. That is when I reached out to Kona’s Dog Training. Gabby set up a free consultation for us to come meet her.

Kona’s Dog Training
Tempe, Arizona 85282
(480) 254-7701
gabby@konasdogtraining.com

Within minutes of us meeting, Peanut had already warmed up to her. I could tell that Gabby was really good around animals and that made me feel a lot better about possibly trusting her to train my baby. She made me feel comfortable by allowing me to ask as many questions as I wanted. Gabby answered all of my questions with complete honesty and I could tell she was very knowledgeable and knew what she was talking about. Gabby boarded and trained Peanut for 4 weeks. During this time, she would send updates and pictures to help keep me in the loop (these were the highlights of my day).

Even after I got Peanut back home, Gabby made sure I would know how to stay consistent with Peanut’s training by doing in-home sessions with us. She also always answers my texts when I have questions throughout the week. Gabby has been nothing but accommodating and supportive. After it was all said and done, the quality of life for Peanut and myself has improved greatly. Peanut has overcome many of her insecurities and I couldn’t be more proud. Every single day, Peanut gets more and more confident. We are happier than ever! You get what you pay for. Kona’s Dog Training is amazing and it is the best investment you will make for yourself and your pet. THANK YOU GABBY!
– Ana Bass

Kona’s Dog Training
Tempe, Arizona 85282
(480) 254-7701
gabby@konasdogtraining.com

K9 Command, LLC

Better Dog, Better Life…Guaranteed! Dog Training for Seattle, Shoreline, Lynnwood, Edmonds, and Surrounding Areas. You can have a dog that’s well trained, comes when called, and greets guests politely. A dog that doesn’t take you for a walk, but walks casually by your side. Dogs who learn proper manners live happier and more fulfilling lives, and so do their owners. Our services offered are Board and Train, Dog Training and Puppy Training.

SEATTLE DOG TRAINING THAT WORKS…LIFETIME SUPPORT GUARANTEED!

All of our programs are TAILORED to your family and dog!

K9 Command, LLC
Lynnwood, WA 98036
206.452.6026

 

Nurtured Canine Story

Dog Training
Hello! Please check out my dog training website. I offer dog trainer services  for the Edmonton and the surrounding area.
My main focus is basic dog obedience, advanced obedience, leash work, puppy training and behavior modification. This includes leash reactivity, recall, loose leash walking, heeling, resource guarding, separation anxiety, and confidence building.
I’m certified with the IACP, insured, and attended The Michael Ellis School For Dog Trainers on May 18th, 2018.

Nurtured Canine
EDMONTON AB, Canada
780-236-4395

Dog’s Best Friend Dog Training

Dog's Best Friend

Dog’s Best Friend was established in 2008 with the mission to help make life easier for dogs and their families around Plain City, OH. Dog’s Best Friend believes in providing the highest quality training and pet care, and we are regularly expanding our credentials and knowledge to ensure we can offer the latest and greatest Dog Training services for central Ohio. We are a registered LLC with the State of Ohio, bonded and insured, and are Red Cross Pet First Aid and CPR certified.

Dogs Best Friend Training
Plain City, OH
(740) 917 5071

New Beginnings Dog Training LLC

Dog Training Programs and ServicesYour dog may be great in the house but once you step outside for a walk it all goes badly. They pull, ignore you and don’t listen. You may need more comprehensive dog training is to help with many behavior issues. You get to choose what best fits your needs. Schedule your dog training now!

Here is what one of our clients said:

The most amazing dog trainer I have ever met she has turned my puppy into a beautiful dog and any dog she works with is two thousand percent better after just one session

David Paolini

 

New Beginnings Dog Training LLC
232 Memorial Dr.
Bath, Pennsylvania 18014
610-914-4530

Get your pup as much exposure, to pretty much everything and anything…

Westchester K-9 Dog Training | 914 393 2346 Friend one of the things I’ve mentioned in the past is the importance of getting  your fur baby exposure to the outside world.

Socializing puppies with other dogs, people, the elements, etc.

You want to get your pup as much exposure, to pretty much everything and anything, as possible ESPECIALLY when they are still young.

BUT…

You have to do so in a very controlled, structured, way.

Because we don’t want to just throw them into a situation and assume it’s going to be all right.

This isn’t about “sink or swim” this is about slowly building a foundation that will allow for really good social behaviors to be built.

What most of us don’t realize is just how intense and scary the world can be if you’re not used to it.

Imagine being this cute, teeny little puppy and you’ve never experienced traffic, the rush of cars, the honking of horns, the screeching of tires.

That would be incredibly overwhelming.

So we have to take our time and introduce them to these situations gradually and as calmly as possible.

I suggest, at first, you take them with you in the car and drive them around a little bit.

Have the windows down (just a little) and let them soak it all in and take in all the different noises.

Take them into town, bring them to the soccer games, etc.

Slowly introduce them to the world that you and I move through effortlessly.

BUT…

I cannot stress enough.

This HAS TO BE done in a very controlled, and structured, way.

You have to make sure you’re not (accidentally) creating bad habits.

It’s really just for them to be dogs (puppies).

Take them to a field so they can soak it all in and play.

Have them on a nice long leash and play with them, let them absorb the environment around them.

Let them smell, let them explore.

Let them learn in a safe, slow, controlled way.

And before you know it they’ll be calm as a cucumber in any situation.

Talk soon,

Stacy
Westchester K-9 Dog Training
914 393 2346

The Devoted Dog Training

The Devoted Dog LLC is a balanced, reward based dog training company that serves the Baytown and Houston TX and surrounding areas. That means they communicate to the dogs what behaviors are unacceptable, then reward the desired behaviors. Without telling them what you don’t want, you’ll never get that full clarity and understanding from them what the goal is. The Devoted Dog Training  22573 Morgan Cemetery Rd Cleveland, Texas 77328  832-732-0533

Mondiopup, Inc. Dog Training

Mondiopup, Inc. 85 Sand Hill Road Dover Plains, NY 12522
Mondiopup, Inc. 85 Sand Hill Road Dover Plains, NY 12522

Mia finished up her board and train over the weekend and headed back home. I am beyond proud of the progress that  she made in a relatively short period of time.  Mia’s training involved a lot of active, engaging obedience- having her climb up onto place items and getting lots of releases and cheer leading. Giving her crystal clear instruction and making life easier to navigate through communication gave her a massive boost in confidence.

This is what her owners said:

I cannot say enough about Adrienne. We rescued Mia and is sweet as can be. At about 6 months old we noticed she was a scared little girl. Scared of everything! This was holding her back from being a part of our lives. We contacted Adrienne and she worked with us and Mia. Her patience with our petrified girl turned this puppy around to a confident 8 month old pup who is clearly now enjoying her life with us. Mia needed so much TLC to get her where she is today. Adrienne put in the time with Mia and put family and we can’t thank her enough! I highly recommend MondioPup. She’s the best trainer out there!

Kona’s Dog Training

If you want your dog to be well-trained and well-disciplined, then Gabrielle Sabol, who owns and runs Kona’s Dog Training, is the trainer you want and need. In addition, if you want the confidence in your own dog handling skills, it will be Gabrielle’s training that will help you gain that confidence. My dog and I have had the privilege of being trained by Gabrielle, and I cannot recommend her highly enough. Gabrielle is highly skilled in gaining a dog’s respect, not to mention the owner’s. She is very patient and highly resourceful when it comes to your dog’s special needs as well as your own as the dog’s owner and handler. Her knowledge of dog behavior is amazing, even to the point that she knows what the dog is feeling and wanting at any given moment. She explains every training exercise fully, as well as the reasons behind the exercise, and then she demonstrates the exercise, making it seem so simple. She explains the results that you should be aiming for. She makes sure you don’t leave the lesson until you have performed the exercise perfectly. If you come to her with some anxiety or even fear regarding your handling of the dog, that anxiety disappears in no time. Your confidence level grows immensely. If you have special needs to get around to handle the dog, such as trouble bending or stooping, Gabrielle offers alternative ways to accomplish the same results. Gabrielle also goes out of her way to accommodate your dog’s special needs as well as your own. For example, my situation required speedy training on a tight schedule. Gabrielle went to the trouble of scheduling us to meet these requirements.

My situation was unique, in that I was planning to move in just a few weeks from Mesa, Arizona to Tallahassee, Florida. My chief concern was that Honey, my 3-year-old Miniature Pinscher, was only used to my house in Mesa, where there were very few dogs in the neighborhood. She was accustomed to barking at every person walking by as well as those evil golf carts. She would go crazy with barking, jumping, and trying to squirm out of her leash. Gabrielle treated my dog as if it were her own, and Honey was always very relaxed during the training. In fact, Honey developed a deep respect and affection for Gabby (as her friends and clients address her). Gabrielle developed a special schedule that would get me ready for my move, even with room for extra lessons if I needed them. My preparations included getting a pet friendly apartment, which would create a dog-rich environment, let alone numerous tenants all around. I was already imagining Honey going nuts at the door and windows, destroying the apartment, my tenant reputation, and my lease. However, Gabrielle was able to train me to keep Honey calm and under control, simulating the circumstances that would appear in and outside of the apartment. One of the exercises was “Come On Demand.” I must admit I had much trouble, previously, in gaining Honey’s attention in order to get her to come to me every time she was called. Gabrielle made sure I understood the importance of this command, and I practiced it very diligently. The first week I was in my new apartment in Tallahassee, the cable TV guys left my door open while I was in another room, and when I came out, Honey was gone. Naturally, my heart was in my throat. Since the apartment is in a heavily wooded area, I could only imagine where Honey had gone, and what creature she might be chasing, or worse, might be chasing her. Without knowing in what direction she fled, I called out for her as we practiced, and almost immediately I heard the familiar sound of her shaking her collar with all the tags jingling. With tail wagging, and barks of joy, she galloped out of the woods to papa. That experience was worth all the lessons put together! As I stressed at the beginning, Gabrielle Sabol and Kona’s Dog Training are the key that will unlock the door to your well behaved and loving dog, and to your confidence in your dog-handling skills.

Kona’s Dog Training
Tempe, Arizona 85282
(480) 254-7701
gabby@konasdogtraining.com