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Gia is a beautiful Briard that came to us from Santa Clarita for service dog and obedience boot camp training. She was a little bratty and stubborn, but left the camp much calmer and much more behaved!
Gia is a beautiful Briard that was getting a little difficult for her owners to handle. She was not listening and becoming increasingly difficult to walk. She would jump on people repeatedly, pull on the leash, bark at people, and a little obsessed with jumping up and barking at birds! Her owners had initially gotten her to be a service dog for their son with Autism. They had purchased her from a professional service dog trainer that had eventually went bankrupt. They’ve where left with a large bill and a dog that wasn’t trained.
We had spoken to them a few times, and it took a while to actually get Gia in for training. They had worked with other trainers and tried to get Gia under control, but where not able to. Unfortunately for us, when Gia finally came in for training, she was convinced that she did NOT have to listen to anything she was told to do. Nevertheless, once she was in for a few days, we could see that we would make progress quickly, and we did! Gia completed our two week service dog boot camp dog training program and she is back at home and doing well. Gia will need more service dog training in the months to come, but for now her and her owners are on the right track.
It is important if you are getting a puppy, young dog, or any age dog, to make sure and start with training immediately. Waiting to train your dog is never a good idea. When it comes to training a service dog, basic obedience and basic task training is paramount. As trainers, we start training our own dogs as soon as we possibly we can, we never wait! There is really no advantage to waiting. We typically recommend very induce and reward based training until your puppy is six months old. In some cases, with more pushy, tough, and dominant dogs, you can start putting a little pressure a little earlier.
Whatever the case might be, give us a call today so we can get you on the right path! 818-216-8960
This dog aggression training program is offered in other cities such as Malibu, Culver City, Calabasas, Zuma Beach, Thousand Oaks, Woodland Hills, Beverly Hills, Studio City, and Bel Air.
Gia's los angeles service dog training temperament evaluation
This evaluation was given to Gia 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!
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We love to share the accomplishments of our hard work in Los Angeles service dog training, whether it be obedience dog training, dog aggression training, or dog boot camp training in Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Malibu, Culver City, Calabasas, Zuma Beach, Thousand Oaks, Woodland Hills, Beverly Hills, Studio City, and Bel Air, 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!
Los Angeles Service Dog 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…
~ 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 Service Dog Training Methods Have Been Proven In Los Angeles For Many Years.
K-9 Behavior Services is one of the most well respected and successful service 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 service dog training because of the fierce competition that surrounds the dog training world. Many trainers flock to Los Angeles to break into the service dog training 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 service dog 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.
MORE ABOUT THE BRIARD BREED
The Briard /briːɑːrd/ is an ancient breed of large herding dog, originally from France. A Briard-like dog appears in the illustrations in illuminated copies of Gaston Febus’ Livre de chasse (“Book of the Hunt”), written in the late 14th century. The breed became popular after the Paris dog show of 1863, after having been fixed with crosses with the Beauceron and the Barbet. During the First World War, the Briard was used, almost to the point of extinction, by the French army as a sentry and messenger, and to search for wounded soldiers. The Briard’s modern-day roles include police, military, and search-and-rescue work, as well as companion dog.
They were originally bred to herd and guard flocks of sheep, and they were often left to their own devices to accomplish their assigned tasks. This makes the Briard different from those breeds that only guard and those that only herd. The breeds that just herd are often smaller in size, agile, and swift of foot. Those breeds that just guard are usually larger and heavier. Briards were used in all types of herding situations, having the ability to learn many commands and fulfill the jobs expected of them. The Briard was most commonly used as a farm dog in the more crowded farming valleys of France, where row crops were grown. Sheep were allowed to graze the grass strips between crops and Briards were responsible for keeping the sheep moving along these strips, and preventing the sheep from eating the crops. The Briard moved the sheep daily from the farm to the graze areas and back again at night. At the farm, the Briard was the shepherd’s partner, helping with livestock chores. The Briard was also used to move large flocks of sheep in areas of France that had wide grazing pastures and mountain pastures in summer. The Briards were usually worked beside one or two other breeds to keep the sheep from straying and herd the sheep to the proper areas. At night, they were alert and vigilant watchdogs, protecting the shepherds and flock from wolves and thieves.
According to legend, a Briard fought a judicial duel with Robert Macaire to avenge the murder of its owner, Aubry of Montdidier. Charlemagne, Napoleon, Thomas Jefferson, and Lafayette are all said to have owned Briards.
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
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.