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Serving most of Loudoun County, VA

(Includling- Ashburn, Leesburg, Chantilly, Aldie, Purcellville, Hamilton, Waterford, Round Hill, South Riding, and Middleburg)

 

June 15, 2017

Here at Loudoun K9 we work hard to ensure that our board and train kennel environment remains as clean, calm, and relaxing as possible. Below are just a few examples of the environment and daily routine we follow- 

-Kennel is heated and air conditioned.

-Fans provide white noise to help each dog relax and provide  additional air circulation.

-Raised beds keeps each dog off of the floor and provide extra ventilation.

-All kennel runs have a flat sided 2 gallon water bucket securely attached to keep the dogs hydrated with minimal  spilling.

-Every dog is walked 4 times a day with off leas...

July 24, 2015

 

 

 

June 12, 2015

 

Ca$h’s Story

 

Ca$h was at our local shelter.  I saw him on the web page and camped out for him cuz I was missing a black lab from my collection.  We fancied ourselves experienced dog people and had yet to encounter a dog situation we couldn’t handle.  Pretty much from the moment he came into the house it was turmoil.  The records from the shelter indicated we were his fourth home and we got him when he was 2.5 years old.   3.5 years later, we’ve come to the conclusion that he was a cute puppy somebody paid for, ignored him when he wasn’t a puppy anymore, got rid of him when he was unruly, an...

May 28, 2015

Major is a 2 year old German Shepherd that has severe dog reactivity. When we first met Major his owner could hardly walk him without what appears to be an aggressive response to other dogs. In the coming weeks we will be taking a deeper look at Major's issues and running him different scenarios to hone in on what his triggers may be. From there, we will begin to mold a new positive reaction to new dogs. Stay tuned for update videos on Major!

 

 

 

 

October 16, 2014

Dogs experience the world through 3 major senses- nose, ears, and eyes. Scent is primary but when it comes to grabbing your pup's attention you need eye contact! One of the first things I teach a new dog is to "Watch Me." There are multiple uses for this command and once your dog has mastered it, you will love how much control it gives you over his/her complete behavior. We will be posting a video shortly that will explain, in detail, the steps to begin the "Watch Me" command. As always, you can contact me for further suggestions or needs. You can also set up a free consultation to learn mor...

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