Hollywood Once Again Calls Upon K-9 Behavior Services As The Authority On Protection Dogs, Dog Aggression, and Professional Dog Training In Los Angeles!!!
K-9 Behavior Services, Los Angeles dog trainers, Jeremy Talamantes & Stephanie O'Brien were called upon by one of television's most highly rated and very popular celebrities, Charlie Sheen! As usual, without a hitch, the filming was a huge success and Momo was a complete professional with all of the cameras and people around him. To date, this famous video has over 4,000,000 views. Momo, the world's most famous Malinois, can be seen crushing Charlie's arms with his world famous grips! Momo is a retired French Ring 2 Malinois that is owned, handled, and trained by Stephanie O'Brien, of K-9 Behavior Services.
The Do's & Dont's of Training Shelter Dogs in Los Angeles.
We have a huge problem in Los Angeles with the over population of dogs in our shelters. With over 10,000+ dogs euthanized in our shelters in America every single day, not weekly, not monthly, not yearly, but every single day, we need to make some changes. I attribute a large portion of these deaths to inexperienced wannabe dog trainers that are preaching to and convincing our society to never discipline, never correct, and in some cases, never even say 'NO' to their dogs. We live in a world where there are consequences to our behaviors, and those consequences are what keeps us in check, this is simply a reality of life. Therefore, your dog needs to have some consequences to his behaviors also. There are too many wannabe dog trainers in Los Angeles that are giving bad advice and getting dogs killed. Call today so we can help you set some rules and boundaries with your dog so that he does not become a statistic.
Dealing with Dog Aggression Training in Los Angeles!
Dog aggression is a growing problem in Los Angeles, Ventura, and Orange County, not only dog aggression towards people, but also dog aggression towards dogs. Dog owners are having a hard time dealing with aggression because so many wannabe dog trainers tell people to never correct their dogs and in some cases to actually ignore bad behaviors. Consequently, people feel that they are out of options and end up taking their dog to the shelter where it is often euthanized because of the aggression. The good news is that with a little bit of discipline, some rules, and boundaries, many of these dog's lives can be saved. It's very sad the direction that dog training in Los Angeles, Orange County, and Ventura County has taken recently. Many wannabe dog trainers don't have the knowledge or the courage to tell people the truth. Therefore, they tell people what they want to hear in hopes of getting a little more money out of them. The dogs end up being the ones that pay the ultimate price!
Dealing with Bad Dog Trainers in Los Angeles!
If you have recently dealt with a bad dog trainer in Los Angeles, Orange County, or Ventura County and have spent thousands of dollars with no results, call me today so that I can help you and add them to my ever growing list. I get calls every week from people that have been torn at their heart strings by wannabe dog trainers that have, in some cases, even scolded them for even the thought of using a corrective collar and actually applying some consequence to their dogs. It is these very dog trainers that you should call and demand your money back. If you are following their program and you are seeing no reliable results, you should call them and get your money back. I have stated it before and will state it over and over, a correction is not abuse. If you are the kind of person that allows your children to walk all over you, sit on the couch and eat ice cream and cake all day, watch television and play XBox all day, and never make them do anything, then I am not the right dog trainer for you. If you are the kind of person that believes that in life we must have structure and rules, a balance of work and play, and an overall logical understanding of how life works, then call us today and get on the path of coexisting with your dog and having a loving relationship built on love, trust, and respect.
We do not Train Dogs Through Dominance, Alpha, or any Social Structure.
Dominance in dog training is a very old school way of scaring a dog into doing what you want him to do. Because dog training is always evolving, we are at a point that we understand there are better ways to establish relationships with our dogs so that we can get the response we need without hovering over them or eating before they do. Old school trainers will tell you to enter or exit doors before your dogs, to eat before they do, to never let them on the couch, to never let their eye level be above yours, and many other forms of dominance. The reality is, we have developed methods that achieve immediate reliable results without these corny actions. A good dog trainer will be able to help you establish a relationship with your dog so that you can have reliable obedience while also hugging, kissing, and just laying on the couch with your dog. A good dog trainer understands that dominance will most likely hurt your relationship with your dog, not enhance it. Now, lets clarify, you will need to set rules, boundaries, and consequences, but you should also be able to be a goofball with your dog and roll around playing goofy games with him. I usually tell my clients that my dogs are pretty obnoxious, but that's why I live the life I live; I, personally, like for my dogs to be a little wild and obnoxious. :)
K-9 Behavior Services Also Offers Dog Training in the Following Areas.
K-9 Behavior Services has dog trainers from the West Coast to the East Coast that have been approved for referral based on their balanced training methods and their ethical professionalism. The list below are areas we currently have trainers in. Check back for areas near you.
Dog boot camp and dog aggression training in Northern California: Sacramento, San Francisco, the Bay Area, Stockton, Modesto, San Jose, Loomis, Folsom, El Dorado, Orangevale, Fair Oaks, Roseville, San Jose, Rocklin, Carmichael, Citrus Heights.
Dog boot camp and dog aggression training in Long Island: Manhattan, New York City, Suffolk County, Nassau County, Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Long Island.
Dog boot camp and dog aggression training in Florida: Miami, Palm Beach County, Miami-Dade County, Broward County, Atlantis, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Briny Breezes, Caloosa, Delray Beach, Greenacres, Highland Beach, Hypoluxo, Juno Beach, Jupiter, Lake Clarke Shores, Lake Worth, Lantana, Loxahatchee, Manalapan, Mangonia Park, North Palm Beach, Ocean Ridge, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Palm Beach Shores, Palm Springs, Riviera Beach, Royal Palm Beach, South Bay, South Palm Beach, Tequesta, West Palm Beach, Wellington, Coconut Creek, Coral Springs, Dania, Davie, Deerfield Beach, Everglades Parkway, Fort Lauderdale, Hallandale, Hollywood, Lauderdale Lakes, Lauderhill, Pembroke Pines, Plantation, Pompano Beach, Miramar, Southwest Ranches, Sunrise, Tamarac, West Park.
Dog boot camp and dog aggression training in Indiana: Lafayette, West Lafayette, Kokomo, Logansport, Monticello, Crawfordsville, Frankfort, Delphi, Lebanon, some areas of Indianapolis.
Dog boot camp and dog aggression training in Las Vegas: Henderson, Boulder City, Mt. Charleston, Overton, Mesquite, Spring Valley, Paradise, Whitney Ranch, Green Valley North, Green Valley South, Silverado Ranch, Winchester, Rancho Oakey, Enterprise, Sunrise Manor, Downtown Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, and South Las Vegas.
Dog boot camp and dog aggression training in San Diego: San Diego County, Del Mar, La Jolla, La Jolla Village, Kona Kai Marina, National City, Little Italy, Carmel Valley, Mission Hills, Old Town San Diego, Balboa Park, Hillcrest, North Park, Mission Valley East, Core-Columbia, Mission Beach, Marina, Pacific Beach, Park West, Horton Plaza, Wooded Area, Midtown, Ocean beach, Serra Mesa.
Dog boot camp and dog aggression training in the Inland Empire: Riverside, Riverside County, San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, Rancho Cucamonga, Chino, Chino Hills, Claremont, Montclair, Norco, Corona.