Author Archive | julie

Puppy Play time changed to 6:00 p.m.

Now that it’s summer and the days are longer and hotter, Puppy Play Time will be held later in the day.  Come join us at 6:00 p.m. for some supervised off leash play time open to all puppies 6 months and younger.  This is a great way to learn about your puppy’s body language, improve […]

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Office closed for Spring Vacation

We will be closed for vacation from Saturday, March 19th through Saturday, April 1st.  My family can never get enough of enjoying animals and the great outdoors, so we are off to Costa Rica for a wonderful adventurous trip!! Please feel free to complete a contact form during this time, but no emails or phone […]

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Now Offering a Semi-Private Walk About Town Class

Is taking your dog for a walk still chaotic?  Come join us for a three week refresher class with the specific focus of enjoying the great outdoors on a relaxing walk with your dog.  Class will meet at Barking Beauties Pet Salon in downtown La Mesa, and then hit the streets practicing “real life” training.  Class size […]

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New Retail Location and Expanded Services Coming Soon

Out N’ About Dog Training is pleased to announce that we will now have a retail location where various dog training items and equipment will be available for sale to the public.  Plans are in the works to sell functional and fashionable necessities  for your pampered pooches at Barking Beauties Pet Salon in La Mesa. […]

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Silver Tabby kitten and Border Collie-cross puppy Dylan playing

Why Should I Attend a Puppy Class?

Believe it or not, dogs have the intelligence of a 2-3 year old child and can learn upwards of 200-300 words. Not that they are completely equal to children, but their development is surprisingly similar. So let’s think about this – given the option, most parents are sending their 2-3 year old children to preschool. […]

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Amazing!

We recently adopted a 40 lb, nine year old pointer-mix from the San Diego Animal Shelter (with no info on her background) and needed help seeing how she was with socialization and training.  Our dog had been very well trained by someone and has a sweet disposition, but has trouble being over-excited/anxious when meeting new […]

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