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  • Obedience training doesn't solve all your dog's behavior problems, but it is the foundation for solving just about any problem.


  • A well-trained dog is more trustworthy and can benefit of a greater amount of freedom than an untrained one.


  • Always reward or praise your dog for a good performance during the obedience training!


  • Basic obedience training will do the following:
    - teach your puppy not to bite
    - teach dog to stay
    - teach dog to sit
    - teach your dog to lie down
    - teach dog to come
    - house train your dog

 

California, Los Angeles Dog Training: Water, House, Therapy, Service, Crate, Potty, Toilet, Obedience, Hunting, Gun, Attack, Bird, Agility

 
Hello, and welcome to the “Dog Training Services” section of my website. As you might know already, I serve the Los Angeles, California area. You might have already seen me in one of the various dog parks in Los Angeles, or at one of the dog obedience training sessions that I occasionally conduct in various cities among Southern California. For those who don’t know me already, I am glad to introduce myself as a Los Angeles professional dog trainer with an extensive expertise in the following dog training areas:

  • Dog Obedience Training

    Dog Obedience TrainingThe purpose of the doing obedience training is to establish a common ground where you and your dog can communicate. Do not worry, the dog will not start talking and you will not start barking. Well…you might think you can bark by trying to imitate the sounds that your dog produces, but that does not mean that you speak his language. Read more...


  • Dog Agility Training

  • Dog Agility TrainingWhat is dog agility training? The word “agility” refers to the gracefulness of a person or animal. Agility is the ability to move quickly and precisely without losing equilibrium. This physical characteristic is important in sports and activities where opponents or obstacles are to be avoided. There is a strong correlation between agility and muscular power, coordination, dynamic flexibility, and reaction time. Read more...


  • Service Dog Training

  • Service Dog TrainingService Dogs are also known as "assistance dogs". Their role is to assist disabled people in their daily routines. The disability can be mental or physical. These special animals are trained to perform many tasks, including pulling wheelchairs, predicting seizures, picking up dropped objects, or helping with stability for walking. Read more...


  • Therapy Dog Training

  • Water Dog Training

  • House Training a Dog

  • Dog Crate Training

  • Dog Potty Training

  • Dog Toilet Training