Angel K-9 is excited to announce the addition of our Adult Dog Play socialization hour from 6-7pm on Tuesday nights starting on Tuesday, January 3, 2012! The purpose of our Adult Dog Play is to offer proper socialization opportunities for the dogs in our programs and our surrounding community. Please visit our website or call our office 410-461-DOGS for more information.… Read More »
Hi All – Excited to reming everyone that All Shepherd Rescue is bringing Santa to Angel K-9 this Sunday, December 11 from 11am-3pm. Bring your dog to get their picture taken with Santa for $10 which goes to All Shepherd Rescue. Learn more about the rescue, make friends with other doggie parents, and possibly win a $50 gift certificate to Angel K-9. Hope to see you there!… Read More »
Please check out Roy Spitalnik’s review of Angel K-9 at Examiner.com:
The review is accompanied by a slideshow of some pictures from the event. It is both humbling and gratifying that he was able to capture and share the essence of what we are and what we do!
As a canine training and behavior specialist, one of the most difficult and important subjects that I deal with is aggression in canines. Experience has shown me time and time again that a key factor in dealing with or avoiding aggression is proper socialization. Suzanne Clothier states:
“If you want to learn how to stop aggressive dog behavior towards strangers, then you must understand that socializing you dog is the most important, first step of aggressive dog training” and “Off leash socialization through early adulthood is the best prevention for aggression problems”.
Having dealt with my first aggressive dog when I was 16 years old, I had accidently stumbled onto this. It was true, continually exposing my nervy and aggressive GSD Hans to properly handled social situations helped to improve his aggression by leaps and bounds. Since then, any puppy I have raised has become a well balanced stranger-friendly … Read More »
Saturday honors go to the following handler/dog teams:
Bruce and Sasha: 1B 2nd place with a score of 207, 1B 194, 2A 3rd place with a score of 201, 2A earned Rally Level 2 Title with a score of 200, 3A 1st place with a score of 194
Rebecca and Storm: 1st time trialing level 1A 2nd place with a score of 206
Kelsey and Ruby: 1st time trialing – level 1A 4th place with a score of 197
Candace and Shasta: level 1B 2nd place, level 2A 4th place, level 2A 2nd place (after a run off on a 1st place tie)with a score of 203, also earning her Rally Level 2 Title
Sunday honors go to the following handler/dog teams:
Tecla and Penny: HUGE WEEKEND for this team as … Read More »