Personalized training plans and individual attention for puppies, families, DIY Service Dogs, and reactive dogs.
Your dog learns to work in environments with strangers and strange dogs. Levels Classes help you step by step.
Helping DIY Service Dog trainers with training plans, special needs, and creating an individual training community.
Not local? We offer phone consultations for other trainers and individuals as well as "in person" webcam training sessions.
Certified Dog Training in South Pasadena and Monrovia, Ca.
Romping Dogs Dog Training offers obedience and behavior programs for dogs of all ages and behavior levels, from the rowdy puppy to the senior dog.
Check out our full schedule of group classes or let us come to you to provide in-home obedience training. You can also utilize our dog training services in public, dog-friendly locations such as parks and outdoor cafes or any area where the problem exists. Romping Dogs Dog Training provides the most flexible dog training services the San Gabriel Valley has available.
In-home dog training provides customized solutions to work through the issues and problems that you and your dog may struggle with at home, including potty training, barking, jumping, mouthiness, or other destructive behavior.
Training in a public setting helps socialize your dog with other dogs, people and strange environments, which builds confidence and partnership.
Learn more about Kat, the dog trainer.
Why hire a Certified Professional Dog Trainer? Learn about choosing a dog trainer from the Whole Dog Journal's guide.
Contact Romping Dogs today and set up your first dog training appointment to discuss your goals and difficulties you're experiencing.
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Before you embark on a journey, have a destination in mind. Before you contact any trainer, figure out what you want and ask the trainers you contact how they will help get you there. Visualize what you want your life with your dog to look like, what your day and schedule is like, and the time you can devote to your dog, then find the right person to help.