dogpanion

Puppy & Dog Training - San Diego, CA

Dogpanion Dog Training

Puppy Training:

As San Diego’s puppy experts, our goal is to mold puppies into happy, well-balanced, and sound dogs whose only habit is being a well-mannered member of the family.  We have created a wide variety of options to take advantage of the most crucial socialization and learning period in a dog’s life.

Customized and private Home School will jump start your puppy on the right track at home, establishing the groundwork for a lifetime of good manners during this most critical period of their development.

More than daycare, our Puppy Dayschool program is socialization and training together, all done so you don’t have to.

The fast track to a polite puppy.

Your puppy will live with Mel for two weeks for consistent one-on-one training to build a solid foundation of confidence, obedience and socialization.

Click above or call (858) 768-0314 for more information.


Dog Training:

The relationship between you and your dog is unlike any other.  At Dogpanion we know the value of that connection and want to give you and your dog the tools to expand on that relationship.  Our private training classes can be done at your home or on a field trip.  We can’t wait to meet you and your pup!

Click above or call (858) 768-0314 for more information.


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Dogpanion, LLC is a Certified Professional Dog Training Company. The CPDT's certification program is based on humane training practices and the latest scientific knowledge related to dog training. This certification is internationally recognized by the top trainers and behaviorists in the field as a standard of positive dog training and expert advice. The CPDT-KA is accredited by the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE) through their National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA).  The CPDT-KA is the only dog training certification program to earn accreditation by NCCA.


Dogpanion specializes in providing the highest standard of personal care and attention while working with pet parents to achieve a deeper human-dog relationship.
— Mel Reichek