Resources: List

Buzz Rescue Group Recommended Trainers

Teaching and training is about building and maintaining the bond between you and your dog.

This is a rewarding time for you both and will benefit your dog immensely. Every dog is different, every home is different, and every training need is different. Training is not just for fixing problems, having a well-trained dog can avoid problems. Work at developing the very best relationship with your dog. Reach out to a [Rescue_Group_Name] recommended trainer.

Valerie Masi

Best Paw Forward Dog Training 
760-885-9450
mailto:bestpawforward62@gmail.com
https://bestpawforwarddogtraining.com

Serving the Coachella Valley since 1986. Cities include: 

  • Bermuda Dunes, 
  • Cathedral City, 
  • Coachella, 
  • Indio, Desert Hot Springs, La Quinta, Palm Desert, Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, Sky Valley, Thermal & Yucca Valley
Mary Hirt

Teachers Pet Dog Training 
310-391-6699
mary@teacherspet.biz
www.teacherspet.biz

Mary's positive methods are proven to help dogs make better decisions. Mary has helped Mercy Full Project for over 10 years and loves to work with dogs of all sizes.

Mary has a collection of informative videos that cover many critical areas of problem solving and training.  CLICK HERE FOR MARY HIRT VIDEOS

Tim Williams

Santa Clarita Animals 
310-425-5974
scvanimals@gmail.com
www.scvanimals.com

Tim trains many different types of animals for movies at his beautiful training facility. He is amazing with dogs and is highly recommended for private training

Lisa Verdugo

Sit, Stay - Hooray!
310-388-7618
sitstayhooray@earthlink.net
www.sitstayhooray.thedogtrainer.org

Lisa promotes positive training for positive results. Lisa has a long history working specifically with dogs and helps Mercy Full Project in so many ways.

Sandy Driscoll

Academy of Dog Obedience
323-660-2162
dobefoto@aol.com
www.academyofdogobedience.com

Sandy has been a dog trainer and supporter of Mercy Full Project for decades. Her experience is invaluable and her methods works.

Bringing a New Dog Home

When bringing a new dog home there are so many new experiences for them to get used to. It's good to have some helpful tips to guide you through some of the most common post adoption scenarios you may need some help with.

Dog To Dog Integration
Dog To Cat Integration
Dog To Kid Integration
Crate Training
Separation Anxiety
Leash Aggression
Barking

 

The most important thing to remember is that training and commitment are all you need to fix just about any challenge.
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