San Dimas dog obedience

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Ontario Dog Obedience Needs!

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San Dimas dog obedience
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For other questions visit our FAQ page.

If there is possibly something we missed we will be glad to cover it in our phone consult.

Service Area

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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4 hours ago

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3 days ago

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Post YOUR DOG QUESTIONS below! ⬇️
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Maybe it's how to to get your dog to have a good recall?
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Perhaps you wonder about how to train off leash?
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Whatever the question you have in regards to dog care and dog training, we can help!
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Drop your questions in the comments below in the next 48 hours.
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We'll answer your questions in video form and post to IGTV.
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TAG YOUR FRIENDS, they may have questions too!
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If you need one on one help of course be sure to reach out to us. DM us if you have questions in regards to our programs check out our website.
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Post YOUR DOG QUESTIONS below! ⬇️
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Maybe its how to to get your dog to have a good recall?
.
Perhaps you wonder about how to train off leash?
.
Whatever the question you have in regards to dog care and dog training, we can help!
.
Drop your questions in the comments below in the next 48 hours.
.
Well answer your questions in video form and post to IGTV.
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TAG YOUR FRIENDS, they may have questions too!
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If you need one on one help of course be sure to reach out to us. DM us if you have questions in regards to our programs  check out our website.
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https://rooteddogtraining.com
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We have the solutions to your dog problems!

4 days ago

Rooted Dog Training

Stay calm and assertive
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If you're a Cesar Milan fan you've heard this phrase.
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But why is it so important?
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Well the truth is dogs respond very well to it. Dog' are very sensitive to our energy.
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Calm is important because if we're to excited or to frustrated we are likely to get a similar behavior from our dog. More energy, whether negative or positive is likely going to reflect more energy from your dog. In those moments when you need your dog to listen you want a calm dog, so do your best to be calm yourself.
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Assertiveness is key because if you're to soft and easy going your dog will most certainly test you or just blow you off entirely when asked to follow a command. Assertiveness gives off the energy that you mean business that there is no negotiating.
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Next time you're communicating with your dog pay close attention to your body language. Practice a calm energy all while looking firm and not allowing any negotiating.
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Let us know what difference you see. Sometimes just small simple adjustments like this can bring about big changes in the way your dog sees and respects you.
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5 days ago

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Poppy the toy Aussie puppy had a very filled lesson yesterday. Now that she is a tad bigger and older we are able to start asking more of her. We ran through all her commands sit, down, place, come and today learned heel!

We sent her home with lots of homework. We look forward to seeing how much she progresses till our next session.

Don't overestimate how much young puppies can learn.

Get to practicing Poppy! 😉
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Poppy the toy Aussie puppy had a very filled lesson yesterday. Now that she is a tad bigger and older we are able to start asking more of her. We ran through all her commands sit, down, place, come and today learned heel!

We sent her home with lots of homework. We look forward to seeing how much she progresses till our next session.

Dont overestimate how much young puppies can learn.

Get to practicing Poppy! 😉

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Omg can she be any cuter!?💓

1 week ago

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Alright two more questions! and good ones!

Follower asked how to get their puppy to stop eating items in the house, including a leather jacket! This can be a very scary behavior and something that needs addressing right away before something terrible happens.

Another asks how to stop leash aggression or reactivity on the walk. This dog goes nuts over dogs and people. This can be very challenging but there is hope with the good coaching and the use of appropriate tools.

For one on on help check us out!
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1 week ago

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This is called resource gaurding and no it is not funny. Although this dog did not do it's worse in defending it's toy that dog certainly could've.

Ideally the owner would not have thought this was cute and funny but instead step in and interrupt the puppy to avoid the danger zone and at the same time correct the older dog for gaurding a toy.

If you have a similar situation we highly encourage you to correct this behavior. It's not a funny behavior but has the potential to be a very dangerous behavior.

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1 week ago

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Q&A Time!

Followers Asked Us:
- how to stop puppy biting and jumping
- how to socialize a nervous dog
- how to stop resource gaurding
-how to stop puppy pulling on leash

Tune in to h are our answers!

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1 week ago

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Post YOUR DOG QUESTIONS below! ⬇️

Maybe it's how to to get your dog to stop jumping on you?

Perhaps you wonder about how to choose the right dog?

Whatever the question you have in regards to dog care and dog training, we can help!

Drop your questions in the comments below in the next 48 hours.

We'll answer your questions in video form and post to here on our page.

TAG YOUR FRIENDS, they may have questions too!

If you need one on one help of course be sure to reach out to us.

rooteddogtraining.com

We have the solutions to your dog problems!
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Post YOUR DOG QUESTIONS below! ⬇️

Maybe its how to to get your dog to stop jumping on you?

Perhaps you wonder about how to choose the right dog?

Whatever the question you have in regards to dog care and dog training, we can help!

Drop your questions in the comments below in the next 48 hours.

Well answer your questions in video form and post to here on our page.

TAG YOUR FRIENDS, they may have questions too!

If you need one on one help of course be sure to reach out to us.

https://rooteddogtraining.com

We have the solutions to your dog problems!

2 weeks ago

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So many times I get questions about how to stop this and that with peoples dogs.

Things like:

Barking

Pulling on leash

Whining

Digging

Getting into trash

Chewing

The truth is, don't over complicate training.

Bottom line, if the dog is doing something dangerous, inappropriate, or annoying just say "no".

Of course just saying no doesn't always do the job. I get it.

That's why you also have to make the "no" valuable in order for the dog to actually stop what it's doing.

A valuable "no" is done through punishment and there are lots of tools and techniques to do so. This could be through leash correction, your body language, a bonker, ecollar, pet convincer, or perhaps physical touch.

There are plenty of ways to say no with value, you just have to see what works best for you and your dog.

This isn't mean, this is realistic.

We as humans are told "no" all the time and when we don't listen, there is a punishment. Whether that's a fine for breaking the law, fired from a job because we kept coming in late, or being sent to our room because we didn't follow the rules. Consequences are important to keep us accountable to do the right thing. It's for our protection as well.

Just remember, don't overthink it, just say "no".

Watch this video as I dive in to this subject.

↪️Be sure to share with your friends because sharing is caring.

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