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Rex is a really nice German Shepherd Dog that came to us from La Crescenta for obedience training. He did have some puppy dominance issues but it was very mild and easy to get under control.

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about this LA CRESCENTA dog training boot camp client

Rex is a beautiful German Shepherd from La Crescenta, CA 91214. He came to us for our obedience and mild territorial dog aggression training dog boot camp program. He is a cute and sweet dog, but he can also be very stubborn and often wants things his way and only his way. Rex, at times, can be very pushy and initially like to jump up on people and hug them.His owner was having a very difficult time walking him and basically was seeking professional help to make him more of a pleasure to be around.

Rex’s owner expressed to us that he was seeking the kind of mutual respect relationship with Rex that can be admired so many people that seek the same. He made it clear to us that he did not want his dog’s loving and playful personality crushed. We assured him that although there would be some corrections involved in the dog training program, that Rex would clearly understand what was expected of him and he will never be treated unfairly.

Doggy boot camp is a very popular training program throughout Los Angeles, including Glendale, La Canada, Pasadena, Burbank, Studio City, Culver City, Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Woodland Hills, Venice, Huntington Beach, and Manhattan Beach.

Rex and his owners are the exact type of people we love working with, they understand there is a need for professional training, they are willing to put the work in, and they follow through with they are instructed to do! If only all dog owners were like them, there would many less dogs in our shelters.

Below is a copy of Rex’s owner’s ‘Five Star’ www.YELP.com review…
6/6/2016-
Little background on my situation, I have a year and a half old German shepherd (Rex). No aggression problems but my dog was getting out of hand, he was a dinosaur walking on a leash, couldn’t take any where and very hard around people, (jumps on everyone, barks at everything, and ruined my back yard) did a lot of re search and finally came to a conclusion to send him to k9 behavior services, they charged me 2000 dollars for a 4 week program with a 500 dollar deposit, I was a little nervous sending my dog for a obedience class away from home for 4 weeks, the day finally came and Jeremy picked up Rex, and away he went, 4 weeks went by and Jeremy said Rex wasn’t ready yet, overall they kept my dog for 8 weeks without any extra charge!!! The drop off came, and wow it’s been almost a month I have Rex back, and I can’t believe how these guys transformed my dog, Rex walks amazing off leash with the e collar, knows all the commands that k9 behavior promised he would know, Jeremy and staff are truly amazing People that care about dogs, rex came back in great shape, fully groomed and well mannered , THANKS K9 behavior services and keep up the great work, THANK YOU!!!!!
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REX's LA CRESCENTA dog training temperament evaluation

This evaluation was given to Rex when she first came into training. Although we always guarantee we can train people’s dogs, we cannot guarantee that the owners are going to follow through with the training and continue to build on the training we have provided. If you really want to be successful with your dog, it is imperative that you follow all of the instruction that your trainer gives you!

OBEDIENCE
23%
AGGRESSION
15%
ANXIETY
42%
SOCIAL SKILLS
80%
SOCIAL MANNERS
63%
LEASH MANNERS
26%

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General la crescenta dog training information

We love to share the accomplishments of our hard work in dog training, whether it be obedience dog training, dog aggression training, or dog boot camp training in La Crescenta, Pasadena, Sierra Madre, Glendale, Sunland, or one of the many qualified dog trainers we recommend throughout the United States. We are adding some of our cases below for you to read and possibly connect with. We are also going to archive a list to the left that you can click on for more information and more reading. We hope you enjoy reading about our past clients. Feel free to contact us if you have any dog training questions or would like to get your dog started. Thank you and we look forward to speaking to you!

La Crescenta Doggy Boot Camp Obedience Commands:
The standard basic dog training obedience commands to be taught will be as follows, all commands will be worked under heavy distractions, success of all programs is based on the client’s ability and willingness to follow the program…
~ Sit
~ Down
~ Come Here (Recall)
~ Boundaries (No bolting in or out of doors and gates)
~ Heel (Walking nicely on a leash)
~ Place (Go to bed, lay down, and stay, until released)
~ No (Discipline for all undesired behaviors, such as jumping on people, barking excessively, digging, chewing, etc.)
~ Potty training (A foundation will be set, you must continue the potty training at home to be successful!)
~ Any additional commands can be discussed and incorporated, depending on the client’s expectation. An additional fee may be added.

Our La Crescenta Dog Training Methods Have Been Proven For Many Years.
K-9 Behavior Services is one of the most well respected and successful dog training companies in America. All of the trainers have been trained by Jeremy Talamantes. The company has established it’s name and reputation on the success they have had with their clients. Their stellar reputation can be seen all over television, newsprint, the news, and the internet, including videos with Charlie Sheen, television appearances with The Doctors, Storage Wars, Giuliana & Bill, and TMZ Live with Harvey Levin, youtube.com videos with the California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation, articles in the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, articles in the Ventura County Star, on K-CAL 9 as the authority on pit bulls and dog aggression, on Channel 5 as the authority on service dog training, and much more.

Los Angeles is one of the toughest cities to be successful in dog training because of the fierce competition that surrounds the dog training world. Many trainers flock to Los Angeles to break into the business because of the opportunity to establish themselves among the best. However, K-9 Behavior Services has proven themselves to be the company to challenge and the company to beat. Nevertheless, the company has proven time after time that they are the leaders in the industry. From running the largest working K-9 training ranch in America, to television appearances as the authority on dog training, protection dogs, services dogs, and dog aggression, K-9 Behavior Services stands alone on a level of success that no others have ever reached, but many endeavor to reach.

All of the trainers that are referred by K-9 Behavior Services have been review, researched, interviewed, and asked a myriad of questions and filled out forms to make sure only the best are being referred. Even though the company refers the best, it is always recommended to do your due diligence to ensure you are 100% comfortable with who is training your dog.

Los Angeles doggy boot camp trainer Jeremy Talamantes offers dog training in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Venice, Culver City, Burbank, Glendale, Pasadena, Ventura and Orange County, Including, dog training in Valencia, Stevenson Ranch, Oxnard, Simi Valley, dog training in Camarillo, Coto De Caza, dog training in Moorpark, Malibu, and beyond.

Dog aggression training in Orange County and South Orange County, including, Irvine, Orange, Long Beach, Anaheim, Santa Ana, Costa Mesa, Rancho Palos Verdes, Huntington Beach, Lake Forest, Manhattan Beach, San Clemente, Dana Point, San Juan Capistrano, Laguna Beach, Laguna Niguel, Aliso Viejo, and Mission Viejo

Doggy Boot Camp Is Now Also Offerred In Sacramento, San Francisco Bay Area, Stockton, Modesto, And San Jose Area, Folsom, El Dorado, Orangevale, Fair Oaks, Roseville, Rocklin, Loomis, Carmichael, and Citrus Heights, Miami, Florida, Miami-Dade County, Broward County, Palm Beach County.

There are a lot of unqualified and wannabe dog trainers out there creating franchises that offer poor dog training. Take a look at trainer’s credentials, experience, and references. Talk to past and current clients. Ask a lot of questions. A good dog trainer in the Los Angeles or Ventura area should be willing to take some time with you and make you feel comfortable with him prior to you dropping your hard earned money. Feel free to call us and ask any questions you might have. Thank you.