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I have owned big dogs and small dogs. I’ve had human aggressive and dog aggressive dogs. Big and small. My walks were a wreck. I’ve had dogs that escaped and were chased by the dog catcher. My dog would be waiting for me when I got home with a note on my door from the dog catcher who was never able to capture my dog. My dogs fought over food, destroyed my yard and my property, barked, scratched, bit people, peed on my furniture, put holes in my walls and created stress in my life and my marriage. My badly behaved dogs made me a horrible neighbor. Does any of this sound familiar?
On top of that, when I couldn’t handle my dogs or had to move and couldn’t take them with me I made my problem someone else’s and gave my dogs away. I did it all wrong. I was a horrible dog owner. I ended up rescuing a doberman puppy from Mexico. I vowed to change all that and be a better owner.
I studied dog behavior and dog psychology. I read books, watched videos, interviewed dog trainers and studied day and night. I attended group classes, dog trainer classes and seminars to make me a better dog owner and trainer. I worked for a prestigious dog training company for over a year and a half. I managed and maintained a private kennel facility. I rehabilitated human aggressive, dog aggressive, fearful, nervous, leash reactive, high anxiety, whining, jumping on counters, begging, barking and all around bratty dogs. I worked with all the heavy duty dogs.
I didn’t want to make all the mistakes I did in the past and wanted to help people avoid the mistakes I made. I learned about social media and how important it was to dog owners. I specialized in remote collar training dogs at low levels. I understood clients and what was important to them. I finally spread my wings and stood up my own private dog training facility out of my home. Structured K9 Training was born. We are located in the Escondido California serving southern California. My goal is to work with people who want to make a change in their life to have a better dog relationship. It takes work. Are you ready?