Puppy, Beginner & Intermediate Training

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K9 Loft obedience training mission is to offer fast, effective dog training and puppy training that is a positive experience, easy to understand, reliable in "real world" situations and lasts for the life of the dog.  Our experienced trainers specialize in working with all levels of dog behavior. We also welcome all breeds, sizes and ages.
 
Potty Training Seminar
  • One time class. Humans only. No pets please.
  • Tuesday 7PM on December 16, 2014.
  • $25 for the seminar.
  • Learn how to get your dog potty trained.
  • Learn all ways to housebreak your dog.
  • Teach your dog how to ring a bell to let you know he/she needs to go outside for potty.
Puppy Training Class
  • 6 week class for dogs 6 months and below.
  • Mondays 7:30PM-8:30PM (Starting April 27, 2015)
  • $149 for the full 6 week course
  • An introduction to basic commands such as “sit,” “come” and “stay”
  • Learn basic manners
  • Practice socialization with people and other dogs
  • Work on loose-leash walking
Beginner Training Class
  • 6 week class for dogs 6 months and above.
  • Fridays 7:00PM-8:00PM (Starting June 12, 2015)
  • $149 for the full 6 week course
  • An introduction to basic commands such as “down,” “come” and “leave it”
  • Work on problem solving
  • Learn basic house manners
  • Practice loose-leash walking
Intermediate Obedience Training Class
  • 6 week class for dogs who have completed the beginner or intermediate class or have comparable skills.
  • Thursdays 7PM-8PM (Starting January 8, 2015)
  • $149 for the full 6 week course
  • A continuation of obedience training
  • Learn intermediate commands
  • Focus on heeling

To sign up for any of these classes, please contact K9 Loft Pasadena at (626) 795-6060.

About Our Trainer:

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Michael Carmona Jr. is a master degree holding behavior analyst, certified dog trainer, and AKC CGC Evaluator.

While in graduate school, Michael worked as a pet training instructor at Petsmart and Petco. After graduating from CSULA, he worked as a behavior consultant with California PsychCare conducting behavior modification services for humans with severe problem behaviors.

Michael ultimately decided to cross completely over to the world of canines as he discovered that many of the behavior-change techniques used by behavior analysts were universally applicable across species, as were the scientific principles on which those techniques were based. Michael also realized that these well-validated practices used to support humans exhibiting behavior problems offered a rich and robust set of procedures and solutions for dogs with behavior problems. He found that behavior analysis provided a humane ethic from which to understand, predict and change dog behavior.

Michael conducts business as Master Dog Training and has provided dog training services for various pet stores, groomers, rescue groups, veterinarians, boarding facilities, and private clients accross the San Gabriel Valley, CA, U.S.A.

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