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Based in Ontario, CA and serving the Inland Empire, San Gabriel Valley, and Orange County areas including:

San Dimas, Pomona, La Verne, Claremont, Upland, Ontario, Montclair, Chino, Corona, Glendora, Covina, West Covina, Azusa, Walnut, Diamond Bar, Brea, Duarte, Monrovia, Pasadena, Rancho Cucamonga, Anaheim, Laguna, Huntington, and more!

Training Lessons with Chloe are better than we could have hoped for. Her knowledge, personality, and perspective have placed our pup on a lasting solid foundation. Now we just have to keep up the work, but we know that Chloe will be there to encourage us and to offer guidance when we need it. Thank you Chloe! You rock!!!

Tiffany E.

Chloe has totally helped me improve my relationship with my dog and become a better dog owner. She has been an integral part of the journey toward a healthy, happy lifestyle for all the people and animals in our home. She is patient and honest and truly cares. We all love her!

Melissa, K.

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3 weeks ago

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The power the Place Command is so WONDERFUL! Who else here loves it? What's your favorite reason to use it?

Penny is finishing up her board and train and in this video practicing her impulse control to get off her bed, follow me, and head out the front door!

Many dogs would love to bolt out an open door but we make sure we use tools like the place command to prevent that from ever happening.

If we need to open the door, the dog is on place. This way they don't learn that bolting or excitingly greeting people at the door is an option.

You'll also see Penny staying place while I clean so that I don't have a dog getting on my way of the work that needs to get done.

WE LOVE THE PLACE COMMAND ❤️❤️❤️ The benefits are endless.

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1 month ago

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Do you use food with your training?

Churro here is learning the place command while he's here for his board and train. Using food to teach him this command and all his obedience is necessary. We use food with nearly every dog that comes into any of our programs. In fact, it's rare that we don't.

Sometimes my clients are nervous to use food because they know that the dog will do what they ask if there's a treat waved in front of their face, but what they really want is the dog to just listen. True!! But... While I never want food to be forever in your training journey, it is very necessary in the beginning.

So don't think of food as the enemy, it can be very helpful to shape behaviors. It however is NOT going to help you stop behaviors.

Food has it's place where it can be useful and areas where it is not. So use food where it is helpful but be sure to work off of it in time.

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1 month ago

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Meet Churro! This handsome guy just arrived for his board and train. We're excited to have him here and teach him all the RDT ways that will help him and his owner share the best life together.

He's a very social guy but tends to get to excited and at times uncontrollable on leash, especially since he's a BIG boy (Rhodesian Ridgeback). He also has some minor issues with resource guarding, the crate, and apparently very distracted. While he's here we'll tackle the trouble areas and build this guy to be the future everywhere dog.

Stay tuned to watch his journey with us. 😁

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Meet Churro! This handsome guy just arrived for his board and train. Were excited to have him here and teach him all the RDT ways that will help him and his owner share the best life together.

Hes a very social guy but tends to get to excited and at times uncontrollable on leash, especially since hes a BIG boy (Rhodesian Ridgeback). He also has some minor issues with resource guarding, the crate, and apparently very distracted. While hes here well tackle the trouble areas and build this guy to be the future everywhere dog.

Stay tuned to watch his journey with us. 😁

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TRAIN, LEAD, & UNLEASH ADVENTURE
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1 month ago

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Training doesn't always mean boring obedience. You can teach obedience and impulse control, all while making it fun too.

In our training we focus on the important of permission based training through structure, obedience, and solid leadership. But we also want to show our dog's when it's time to have fun! There's a time and a place for everything, which is determined by your leadership. This exercise demonstrates how we can begin to teach that.

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1 month ago

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If you want your dog's training to stick you must practice regularly and create training as a lifestyle. ... See MoreSee Less

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