The cycle of a bad dog :(

Recently, I’ve been trying to straighten my moral compass and do more grassroots work with animal rescues here in LA. Like many places in the world, LA isn't short of misunderstood dogs that need educated humans to help them gain the knowledge they (most likely) never received.

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Having a guest over to the house sucks.

Jake starts whining, shaking, darting his eyes around, thinking - then pauses, then can’t resist and starts to charge the door. I say “kick it!” (his ‘go to bed’ command) and pushed the magic button on my Dogtra e-collar 280NCP (sad emoji) letting him know that’s not what I like buddy.

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Smothered By Love

We open on my front porch facing West on a beautiful sunny LA morning. A desperate man in his early 30’s, we will call him Alex, sits and explains how his little 6lb dog is controlling his life.

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The Learning Curve is Powerful

I was making the first financial investment in my education as a dog trainer, $2000 bucks! Up until that point I had been walking dogs, lots and lots of dogs everyday, and getting some guidance from a cool lady in NJ when I ran into a “what the hell do I do here situation.” 

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