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“Playful & Fun Learning for Dogs and People <3”
I am primarily a dog trainer and people teacher & I only use science based, positive reinforcement training methods. I love helping people connect with their companions & create a harmonious home together. I have been professionally walking, training, boarding, and connecting with dogs for 8 years. I also love to take photos and videos! I am comfortable with all shapes, sizes, age, special needs, medical conditions, and anxious, shy, or other unique personality types.
Top Pet Caregiver
Training Exam Complete
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Therapy training, Puppy training
“See you on the dog walk!”
Hello! I’m Maria, I have had way more experience from my first years of walking dogs. I started back in 2018, only 18 years old and trying to make some money with doing something I love. Wag! Had opened many opportunities for me, and I have since moved on. To think that I had only started with such a small business of walking. I am now a dog trainer! Certified to help your pups for about a year now. If you’re ever interested in learning more with me, I’d be happy to educate. Thanks!
Top Pet Caregiver
Training Exam Complete
Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Therapy training, Service training, Puppy training
Dogs in the American Kennel Club group designation of Non-Sporting vary significantly in appearance and size. One pooch in this group is the unusual Norwegian Lundehund. This unique and special canine has six toes on each foot and has a flexible body not seen in any other dog breed. Almost a canine contortionist, this pupster is relatively new on the scene as far as being in North America. The Norwegian Lundehund loves to collect shiny things and even hide kibble for another day. It sounds like the perfect dog to train to find things!
Warm weather seasons are the ideal times for pesky critters like fleas and ticks to make their appearance and hop on your furry BFF. That’s not to mention other insects with stingers like mosquitoes and, of course, bees and wasps. Keep your dog safe by having them checked at the vet and supplied with protection against parasites like fleas. That will keep them ready for summertime fun, such as dock diving.
Service dogs are an integral part of society. Mobility dogs are canines that assist with helping people walk and transfer from place to place, and can even push buttons on an elevator. Does your furry buddy have what it takes to be a service dog? They are many schools in North America that work to assess dogs for suitability and then train them for testing and certification.
Are you ready to start preparing your dog to be their best in all situations? Taking them to the dog park without having to worry about their behavior is important. And, being relaxed (both you and your pupster) makes for a more enjoyable time. Luckily, there are great options for dog training in West Hollywood, allowing you to choose the trainer that you think fits your pup’s personality the best.
What type of training are you looking for? In-home private lessons are a popular choice for young dogs that may not be socialized yet. Teaching them doggy etiquette goes a long way toward getting them ready for a group class. In-home instruction can range in price depending on the age of the dog and their present skill level. Expect to pay anywhere from $80 to $175 per one-hour session.
Grab your canine kiddo’s leash and take them for a walk around the block while you consider what class will suit them best. Group lessons are best for confident dogs who can focus on the experience at hand despite the distraction of an excited dog jumping and barking beside them. Each week will show improvement in all of the dogs in the class. Weekly attendance is essential, though, to allow your pup to excel at the lessons every time they attend. The price averages around $150, but some classes are $250 for six weeks, offering extra instruction like confidence building and reactivity training.
Boot camp for dogs is another term for board and train. This involves sending your four-legged buddy off to the trainer’s for a week to a month or longer. Having someone else teach your dog the essential skills is not easy for some pet parents, but the results are often worth it. However, you must remember that the training does not stop when Fido arrives home; it’s a continual process to keep them at the top of their game. Get a recommendation if you decide to go this route. A month-long stay for your dog at a board and train in Beverly Hills will set you back between $2400 and $3400.
Another thing to keep in mind as you consider the type of classes most suited to you and your dog is flexibility. If that is important to you, look to Wag! for exciting and affordable in-home dog training that works with your schedule.
West Hollywood dog trainers are experienced and vetted, and have the know-how to teach your dog the skills needed to be top dog in the neighborhood. Download the Wag! app and book a customized program for your dog for just $57 to $63 per one-hour session on average.
Digital training is also available on the Wag! app for prices as low as $27 to $33 per 30-minute session on average.
West Hollywood is a dog-friendly city with plenty of exciting goings-on for doggos and pet parents. Is your pooch a fan of relaxing on a shady restaurant patio? That’s a favorite pastime in the city, and many eateries welcome dogs with open arms. Shops, doggy spas, and markets look for well-behaved pups and their owners to peruse and make purchases, too.
Before heading to the local bistro or pet spa, become familiar with the leash laws for the city. Keep your pupster safely leashed when out and about. The city requires your dog be microchipped, spayed or neutered, and in possession of a license. Vaccination against rabies is a must. Remember that coyotes frequent the hills that surround the city, and they may venture into your neighborhood.
Where are the best places for dogs to run off energy? West Hollywood dog parks are where many fun-loving dogs hang out. In particular, dogs that like to stroll along Sunset Boulevard take a detour and turn into the fenced-in William S. Hart Park. It’s an enclosed area with shade for resting under and even sprinklers that randomly come on to cool off the dogs. Remember to keep water on hand whenever out in the California sun. Your busy barkster may not appear to be thirsty, but chances are they will be happy for a cold drink when you offer them one.
Does your dog like to hike? Head to Thousand Oaks just a short drive away and take your pick of excellent trails. Los Robles Nature Walk is one such trail; it’s a moderately difficult trek, perfect for a cool and cloudy afternoon.
If you and Fido have been building up your hiking stamina for a while, go for a 2-hour hike on Rosewood Trail to Angel Vista. Amazing views and even a picnic spot partway through the trek await furry friends ready to make the trek.
Local pups frequent stores designed just for them and shop for goodies in the form of treats and toys. Other pastimes are strolling famous neighborhoods and stopping at dog-friendly restaurants for a refreshment and snack.
Which breeds of dog enjoy a walk along the Sunset Strip? Window shoppers include the ever-adorable Bulldog, who claims top spot on the West Hollywood roster.
The Labrador Retriever, French Bulldog, and German Shepherd claim spots two, three, and four. The Frenchie is sandwiched right in between two larger breeds, but that is not a problem as this little dynamo can hold their own.
The Golden Retriever makes the list in just about every state, and it’s no different in sunny California. They love to explore Hollywood Heights, and Runyon Canyon Park is the ideal spot for a big dog with a curious nature. Next in the line of favorites is the Yorkshire Terrier. This cute and feisty canine loves a trip to Studio City to go the doggy spa for bows and trims that make them look sweeter than ever.
Where does your dog like to spend time? Take your canine sidekick wherever you go in West Hollywood and beyond. Let them explore the fun neighborhoods and the parks. First, train them to be their very best. Download the Wag! app today and book a customized dog training lesson for you and your Hollywood star.
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