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"She is doing a great job. She is always one time and is very knowledgeable. She keeps me updated with all the progress my dog is making. I would definitely recommend her services.

-GAIL G.

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, worked well with all the dogs. I am an experienced dog owner but I have 2 dogs that were just out of control and beyond my" abilities in training. She would work with the dogs individually and explain to what and why she was doing it. Then she would show me and work with me to make sure I had it down. I had purchased 4 lessons for 2 dogs. It cost $650. She was very flexible with the days and times of the appointments. The difference in the dogs is outstanding. They come when called, walked get on the leash, they know sit, down, and stay. They also no longer show signs of aggression toward my other dog.

-Christina M.

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After being somewhat skeptical at first, I became increasingly impressed by the
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of the
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process. Both owner and pet must be "re-programmed" to achieve success.
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has been patient with all four of the customers in our household. In addition, it doesn't hurt that he has a great sense of humor.
- Ginger N.
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Penny is a great trainer. The organization is very reasonably priced (I looked at their pricing to see if I would board my own there –
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’t remember what it was but thought I would certainly have no issues with their pricing.
- Lori E.
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I have been coming to
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since September of 2014. I brought my dog 2-3 times per week and purchased several of the punch card packages for repeated visits. I’ve also referred at least 25 families to
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. Up until yesterday, I was a very happy customer.
On February 26th, there was an incident involving my dog and another dog, a puppy. At the time of the incident, when pressed for information,
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(the owner) stated that she did not witness the incident. The day after the incident,
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left me a lengthy voicemail about how much they loved my dog, and how much they wanted us to come back, and how her staff believed it was an isolated incident. At
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’s request, I did not bring my dog back to camp for one week.
I brought my dog back to camp on Monday, March 9th. When I picked him up at the end of the day,
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told me that Bolt had been ‘grumpy’ with some of the other dogs, and they had put him in a ‘time out’ for a while. I explained that my dog might be out of sorts due to my fiancé being out of town for an extended amount of time (my dog and my fiancé are very close). We worked out a plan on how we would handle further visits to reduce the possibility of other incidents occurring. As we left, my dog jumped up on a woman that had come to pick up her dog. My dog did not injure the woman, but did unfortunately rip her pants from butt to ankle. I apologized and removed my dog from the building immediately. I do not believe that this incident was “aggressive” in nature, and just that my dog got very excited and accidentally ripped the woman’s pants.
Upon returning home, I emailed
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and apologized profusely. Her response was very sympathetic and at no time did she mention needing to take another break, or anything about the incident in the lobby being aggressivein nature.
The next morning, she sent me an email saying that she felt my dog was aggressive and that I would need to take a few more weeks away from camp. While it is her business and she has the right to ask anyone to not come, this made me angry, as she had seemingly changed her mind over night.
I emailed her and asked her to answer the following questions regarding the biting incident: Why was my adult dog with puppies? Who/how many people were monitoring the dogs at the time of the incident? Were they distracted in any way (by cell phones, by posting to the
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Facebook page)? Given my dogs inclination to use a 'warning system' with dogs that were bothering him, your staff should have observed that the two dogs were not getting along. Why were the dogs not separated before the incident occurred? Why was another dog allowed to harass my dog to the point that he felt like biting this other dog was the only way to get him to stop bothering him? How did you determine that my dog needed to 'take a break?' Was it your long term observation of his behavior, or was is solely based on this incident (which you did not observe)? Was the other dog asked to 'take a break' for behavior reasons? I also asked her to provide me with more information like… what time did the incident occur, and were there any other incidents that she did not discuss with me?
Her response was extremely vague and non-satisfactory. She did not answer any of my questions, and instead told me that she has ‘600 registered dogs’ and she has never had any incidents with any other dogs. I pressed, once again, for a response. She refused to give me a detailed account of the incident, and asked me to stop contacting her because I was harassing her.
All I want to know is how the incident occurred, how closely the employees were monitoring the room at the time, and what time the incident occurred. It concerns me that she will not honestly answer these questions and makes me concerned for the welfare of other dogs at camp. If anyone would like to read the entire string of emails between us to verify my version of the accounts, please contact me! I’m happy to share an uncensored version.
- Nicole P.
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They were very good for the weekend daycare. However, the training was a failure. We left our dog here for three weeks. They would not allow us anywhere beyond the front room to tour. I had asked them several times for a list of what was included in the behavioral modification. When we had signed our dog up, we signed up for behavioral modification. When she finally gave us a copy of the chart she was filling out on what they went over each day in March. It ended up that they gave our dog puppy training which he already previously had. Nothing was on the list that we had discussed before dropping our dog off. Initially, I was extremely pleased and happy with their service. However, they did not give us the training that we paid for. I would not recommend them to anyone for training.
- Kim M.
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I have a particularly difficult dog to train. thought I could do it myself but just wasn't working out.
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was very knowledgeable and helpful. Mr Gudel has a lot of experience and teaches you how to train your dog. Gives you a framework for discipline. He also seems to like dogs a lot as well. Was punctual and professional about appointments. would recommend him to others.
- william M.
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They were great. They are good people. One of our recuses is a German
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from animal control. We went up there for training about a year ago and he is in great shape now. While he was there he passed his K9 good citizen certificate test. He is a Frisbee fanatic.
- jeff B.
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It went well.
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came to our house for most of the lessons. We walked the dogs in a nearby park on two occasions. The younger dog was, and is, the more difficult dog. He barked at the teacher continuously through much of the lessons.
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had her work cut out for her, but she never lost her confidence or professionalism. She recommended a certain kind of harness which makes the difficult dog more controllable when walking him. The dogs are now better at lying down and at staying when commanded to do so. I found
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mainly because of positive reviews on Yelp.
- EDWARD K.
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is the owner of
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. He has a variety of services he offers including dog training, pack walks, and boarding. We have been using him now for several months. We first started with dog training (recommended by our neighbor) and have since used him for pack walks and boarding. He is excellent, knowledgeable, reliable, flexible, and shows great interest in what he does. However, the best review comes from our dog, who thinks he is the best!
- Martha B.

All Pet Sitters in Burlingame, CA

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A Good Dog Day

6220 B Clark Rd
Paradise

A LUCKY DOG

1032 IRVING ST
San Francisco

Aborn Pet Hospital

40951 Grimmer Blvd
Fremont

Alert K-9 Traning Center

901 Bonnie Ln
Brentwood

American Canine Institute

42474 Roberts Ave
Fremont

Animal Communication Plus

629 Cascade Drive
Fairfax

Bark Busters Home Dog Training

20885 Redwood Rd
Castro Valley

Bark Busters Home Dog Training

505 Trident Dr
Redwood City

Bark Busters Home Dog Training

160 Woodview Terrace Dr
San Ramon

Bark Busters Home Dog Training

7 Catalina Blvd
San Rafael

CGI Investigative Services

2063 Main Street #426
Oakley

Citizen Canine

420 Hegenberger Rd
Oakland

City Hikes Dog Walking & Pet Sitting

22539 Byron Street
Hayward

Dawg House Pet Spa

19 Denali Dr
San Mateo

Derty Dog Fitness

535 Sebastapol Rd
Santa Rosa

Dianne's Dog Walks & Horse Care Services

754 Post Street
San Francisco

DOG BEHAVIOR REHAB

19364 OAK RIDGE DR
Redwood Estates

Dog Connect SF Bay Area

PO Box 1535
Cupertino

Doggieventure

San Francisco

Exclusively Canine

Monterey Frontage Rd

Good Dog Great Dog

1190 Stage Gulch Road
Petaluma

HAPPY HOUND PLAY & DAYCARE

1695 34TH ST
Emeryville

Holistic Veterinary Care

4382 Piedmont Ave
Oakland

Los Gatos Dog & Cat Hospital

17480 Shelburne Way
Los Gatos

Love4CatsandDogs

2033 Ralston Ave., Suite 174
Belmont

LYP - Love Your Pets

San Francisco

Maddies Pet Adoption Center

250 Florida St
San Francisco

Montclair Veterinary Hospital

1961 Mountain Blvd
Oakland

Nob Hill Cat Clinic & Animal Hospital

1540 California St
San Francisco

OAKLAND DOG TRAINING CLUB

5327 JACUZZI ST
Richmond

Paradise Pet Resort

5800 Commerce Blvd
Rohnert Park

Pawpawrazzi Pet Photography

PO Box 5
Manchester

Paws Crossing Pet Resort & Spa

901 Dell Ave
Campbell

PENINSULA PET RESORT

851-B OLD COUNTY RD
San Carlos

PETCO

2775 El Camino Real
Santa Clara

Petco - Alameda

2310 S Shore Ctr
Alameda

Pets Unlimited

2343 Fillmore St
San Francisco

PETSMART

850 W HAMILTON AVE
Campbell

PetSmart Fremont

39410 Argonaut Way
Fremont

Pride And Pedigree

437 25th St
Oakland

RAV'N DOG TRAINING

Redwood City

Royal Pup Palace

3166 Moorpark Ave
San Jose

San Mateo K9 Social Club

25 E 25th Ave
San Mateo

SF Dog Connect

642 28th Street
San Francisco

Sweet Doggies

910 E California Ave
Sunnyvale

The Art of Dog

San Francisco

The Dog House Inn

8525 Forest St
Gilroy

The Pooch Coach

642 28TH ST
San Francisco

The Urban Paw

1015 Masonic Ave
San Francisco

WOOF! PET SITTING AND DOG WALKING SERVICE

369B 3rd Street, #189
San Rafael
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