DAVID BARON the DOG TRAINER
Looking for dog training that works?
I show dog owners how to have a relationship with their dog(s) where there is a lot of petting, affection, friendship and hanging out together.
People always tell me that I must like dogs a lot.
I like trained dogs, not un-trained ones that don’t listen, jump all over people, run away, and do not come when called.
A well-trained dog brings many people much joy. That is what this page is about.
Good dog training is the best investment you will ever make if you hire me.
A lot of people think I am the best dog trainer.
You can hire someone else, but you won’t get. . . .
DAVID BARON the DOG TRAINER
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SWIMMING WITH DOGS
Archie the Border Collie loves the ball.
Archie’s favorite new game is Doggie Water Polo.
Doggie Water Polo is an opportunity for Archie to be aggressive and dominate other dogs.
Eddie and Zoey are on “Stand-Stay” on the step while Archie snarls at Lady the Golden Retriever.
Eddie can really make the water fly. There are no behavior problems with Eddy ever.
Life to them is like always being on vacation with plenty of money and you never have to work or worry about anything ever and the food is great.
Mister Puppy snoozed and missed all the pool fun.
Whether you have a cute little puppy and need basic obedience or an old aggressive dog, Superdog provides great value and excellent service.
Roses in January
JANUARY 12, 2012
Normally we don’t have roses past November. This year we had Roses in January.
There sure are some beautiful ones with vivid colors.
You could say Winter is an ugly, dark time.
There is always something beautiful to look at if you look hard enough though.
“Some say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one.”
- Christmas 2011 at DogAnswers Ranch
“Jayden” the Husky/Basenji mix had become aggressive to all animals. Her owner Dana is a Navy anti-submarine warfare specialist and is being deployed to Iraq in May and friends will be taking care of Jayden during that time.
The concern was that Dana’s friends have their own dogs and that Jayden would not get along with them.
Dana searched for dog trainers in Seattle but while there were dozens of dog trainers, there was no competent canine behavioral trainers qualified to assist with her dog’s aggression problem.
Dana was very motivated to do the right thing for Jayden and determined to get her help.
Dave the Dog Trainer’s Superdog program in Sacramento was only 800 miles away.
Dana was rewarded for being willing to honor her commitment to her best friend.
People who do the right thing are always rewarded because doing the right thing is a reward in itself.
Dana worked hard with Jayden during her 3 1/2 days in Sacramento.
Jayden is an animal with a mind of her own, but Dana is confident now that a properly managed and trained Jayden can be in the presence of, and interract with, other pets.
“Everything in life worth having has a price. Sometimes you get lucky though and things turn out better than you ever could have imagined, and ultimately the the price you pay is small compared to the alternatives.”