Create A Canine Companion You’re Proud Of With J9’s K9s Dog Training.
J9’s K9s is now bringing our Group Classes and Private Lessons to you and your dogs virtually via live, interactive, online Zoom rooms! There are a number of benefits to virtual learning with your canine friends – click here for more information!
And since we know you could use a little extra help right now, so we’re offering a $20 discount on all of our Virtual Group Classes!
Just use the coupon code SAFEATHOME during checkout.
As of May 11th, we’re also offering in-person Private Lessons for some clients, to be evaluated on a case-by-case basis with strict guidelines to keep everyone safe. These will be done outdoors only (typically in your yard), with social distancing in place as well as other safety precautions. Please call us at 818-832-9906 to see if you qualify.
We’re all in this together and we are here for you and your families – please feel free to call us anytime at 818-832-9906 to talk about your dog, or if you’d just like to chat with someone...
Janine and two of her dogs, River and Dutch
J9’s K9s Dog Training, Inc. is a dog training school in Southern California, offering Group Classes, Private Lessons and In-Home Day Training. We can help you with basic through advanced obedience, behavior modification and much more…
Owner, Janine Pierce, CPDT-KA and her crew at J9’s K9s are passionate in their belief that dog training should be fun!
In recent years, dog training has changed dramatically. More and more trainers are using positive reinforcement as their primary tool to reform behavior, minimizing punishment and corrections. The result is a dog who responds to cues with enthusiasm and joy, instead of a slinking, flattened dog who obeys out of fear of correction.
The way your dog acts is a combination of innate (genetic) and learned behaviors. Whether or not you realize it, every moment you are with your dog you are training your dog by the way you respond to him. Training continues even when you’re not present; your canine friend’s behavior is created and changed by whatever he finds to be most rewarding. It’s up to you as his human partner to set up an environment and respond to him in ways that create desirable behaviors.
The wonderful secret to the process is… DOG TRAINING IS FUN!