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ATX K9 Dog Training

Littig, Texas

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ATX K9 Dog Training

Littig, Texas

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Jeannette Langer

31 July 2018

Our dog Lucy just returned from a 2 week board and train and is doing great! She's learned so much while staying with Ashley and Steven. We now have the tools to keep her behavior better under control and have a less chaotic household. Thank you!!! More...

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Mckenzie Harrison-Bolen

31 July 2018

I decided to sign my seven month old puppy for two week board and train program with ATX K9 and it was one of the best decisions I could have made. Bleu gets compliments everywhere we go on how well behaved he is. My puppy was very very stubborn and with ATX K9's help, he listen's to me now. My puppy no longer bites and will sit on his bed while I eat until he is released, which I found to be incredibly impressive for such a young dog. I highly recommend ATX K9. Ashley and Steven genuinely want to help people train their dogs and will show you how to correct your dog's behaviors in a way that will only strengthen the relationship between the owner and dog. THANK YOU ATX K9! More...

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Mikelanne Wood

31 July 2018

I have two strong bully breed dogs - 2 and 1 years old. Their main problems were pulling on the leash, going crazy over other dogs, and jumping on people when they came to our apartment. I had both of them board and trained with ATX K9 for 1 week and it was a complete transformation. They stay with me on the leash, they stay calm around other dogs, they can "place" in our apartment with distractions. We are keeping up on everything Ashley and Steven taught us and really love taking our dogs on walks now. Amaaaaazing! More...

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Rebecca Sawyer

31 July 2018

I would highly recommend ATX K9's services to anyone - no problem is too daunting that they cannot help you to make progress with your dog.

My rescue dog Zoe (a Shar Pei mix) did the month long training option with ATX K9 in February of 2015, but has continued to do board and trains with ATX K9 on a regular basis over the course of the last 2 years, sometimes staying for up to 2 months at a time when I have long work trips or vacations. When I originally contacted them, I wanted to do the month long option because Zoe had enough issues that I felt having dedicated time for her to not only adjust to being there (she had intense fear of strangers/new situations/lacked confidence) but also then have time for them to really work with her and get some of the good habits settled in before she came back was important to me. It was the right thing to do as many of Zoe's issues still take time and practice so the month training as a starting point was really helpful. When she’s done follow-up board and train sessions with them, it has been helpful for further reinforcement and for them working with her on new things that have been arising as she continues to work through her confidence issues.

As some background, I was at the point of total despair with Zoe (she was a rescue from APA when she was about 8 weeks) and honestly didn't think I would be able to live a normal life with her given where her issues had gotten to. They have expertly worked through many of these things and have been able to provide a ton of advice post-training as well. Zoe still has things she's working on (what dog doesn't :) but the investment was more than worth it and the trust that they build both with the dogs and their owners is beyond what I ever could have expected. They truly run an amazing service.

Why ATX K9 stands out: Their ability to really get to know the dogs, the owners needs/expectations for the training, and make tangible progress during the training as well as arm you for things you can do to continue to work with your dog once he returns. They have always made themselves available for questions that arise in day-to-day life with Zoe even when she’s home with me (e.g. ‘what do I do in this situation if she’s behaving this way?’) and to ensure you feel confident working with the tools they give you.

Zoe doesn't form deep bonds with many people (although she is getting more comfortable with new people post training with ATX K9) but she loves Steven and Ashley now as if they were her second owners. To have them be able to both provide training and also build that kind of bond with the dogs they care for is really something I've appreciated and makes me feel incredibly comfortable when I'm not around to care for Zoe myself.
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Megan Lewis

31 July 2018

I just sent my 3 and 1/2 month old Rottweiler to the 2 week board and train program, and it was the best thing I ever did! She no longer chases the cat around the house or jumps up on people that come over. I can have her get on her “place” and she really stays there until I release her. Also, she doesn’t pull my arm every which way when we go walking anymore. More...

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