Meet our trainers: Chelsea
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Last Updated: June 4, 2015
In honor of January as National train your dog month, we would like to introduce you to our residence trainers and experts, Chelsea. We amp with Chelsea for a little Q &; amp; A session, so you can know them better.
Q: How did you become a dog trainer
A: During the visit of the Illinois State University, I took Behavior Modification classes. In these classes, I actually got my dog to use Marley, as a test subject. It sparked a passion that began when I was a kid. My grandfather encouraged my love of dogs by watching dog shows with me, and by buying me books about dogs and training. He also made his hounds themselves. I took all the knowledge that I had gained, and began training dogs. Since I started in August of 2012, I have worked with hundreds of dogs -. From Great Danes to Chihuahuas to mixed breeds everything
Q: What kind of training or certificates you have
A :. I am a American Kennel Club Canine Good Citizen evaluator of the approved test and Puppy STAR and Shared Canine
Q: What pets do you have and what are their names? All photos
A: I have three dogs and a cat. Marley is my oldest dog. He is 9 years old Lhasa Poodle mix that usually comes with me to the class to teach all young puppies. Huckleberry Finn is a 4-year-old Aussie Mix that we rescued when he was 1 year old. Phoenix is my Aussie Mix puppy that is now about 1 year old. He was rescued from the South LA hut. And, last but not least, Parker is. Parker is a big, fluffy, black cat pretty sure that he is a dog. I found him when he, when I go home one day a kitten.
Question: What do you think is the best workout question you have ever been asked
A: One of the best training questions I have been asked “Can you think teach dog, use the stairs? “It was quite entertaining to do, because the puppy had its owner trained very well! He would just sit and wait for someone to pick him up. Once we lured him on the stairs a few times with some treats high value, he would up and down the stairs like a pro.
Q: Was Naughty behavior that have your pets
A: Phoenix still a puppy, so he tends to be a bit more than rambunctious Huck or Marley. Phoenix is everything when he can chew. He likes to steal socks, too. The socks not to be chewed on, they are easily moved or hidden from me. I found his supply of socks again – there were six in total socks. Parker is the most naughty of all. He likes to sleep for the dogs, relaxing or waiting chewing on a toy and then sneak up behind them and jump on their heads. Then he runs away wanted the dogs to hunt him.
If you are in the Los Angeles area, you can to take classes with Chelsea!