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Muttineer Dog Training

Los Angeles, CA

(5)
5 hires on Bark
Muttineer Dog Training logo
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Muttineer Dog Training

Los Angeles, CA

(5)
5 hires on Bark

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muttineer.com

Muttineer offers in-home training and behavior modification service for every behavior issue and life stage for your pet dog. Our methods are force-free and science based. We've combined our education in Animal Behavior with over a decade of professional experience to come up with the Muttineer curriculum and method.

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9 October 2019

Working with Jocelyn! She’s good with my dog spotty and she’s got some great tips for me to work on with my dog. We’ve had 2 visits so far and it’s working out well.

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17 September 2019

I was so impressed with Jocelyn's dog training techniques and the way she handled my naughty frenchie. I had tried a dog trainer before who was very aggressive and wanted to use a prong collar or shock collar! I was so turned off and hesitant to try again, but so glad I did. Jocelyn uses positive reinforcement and was very responsive to all my questions when I would contact her after our meetings. I highly recommend her and beware of people on here who claim to be dog trainers but just use force and hurt our babies! More...

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24 July 2019

Jocelyn is an experienced dog trainer who uses ABA methods to change, modify, correct, and encourage behaviors. ABA is a humane and frankly the only way to change any animals behavior. Jocelyn knows what she is doing and knows how to execute this methodology. She approached my dog's​ aggressive behavior with kindness, compassion, and expertise. She was very professional and most of all, personable. I enjoyed our lessons with Jocelyn and always left feeling like a more confident dog owner. I noticed a change in my dog's​ behavior as well. My dog and I became a unit and started to move and work together. We learned how  to carry out alternative behaviors whenever a challenging behavior arose. Thank you Jocelyn for your time and sharing your knowledge. Pongo (my dog) says so too. Ruff!!! More...

E
27 February 2016

Jocelyn has worked miracles with our two rescues. She gets our highest rating and has our respect for her terrific work

A
24 October 2013

I worked with Jocelyn when she was living in NorCal, and she is a fabulous trainer. She puts an incredible amount of thought into her modification plans, and she communicates training basics and behavior solutions clearly and simply. I would highly recommend Muttineer Dog Training to anyone who wants to unlock the potential in their dog. Happy training! More...

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Like so many of my competitors, my purpose is to help animals. But my skills and passion don't end there, I also love working with my human clients as well! I approach every new case by looking at the relationship between owner and pet as a team. How can each team work the best together in order to meet everyone's needs? This is a question that never gets old! I truly love my job and would love to help you, too!

After working all over the country in the animal rescue world for almost a decade I realized that something was missing from my career. The work I was doing was focused on behavior modification and rehab for behavior critical animals from criminal cruelty cases. Although I love working one on one with animals I began to miss working closely with clients. This is where my idea for Muttineer was born. I knew I could take my years of experience working with some of the most critical animals in the country and apply it to helping local clients with their pets.

I believe my education in Animal Behavior and over a decade of professional experience helps me stand out from the competition. During my work with the ASPCA I learned to work with many extreme cases and all different types of behaviors and breeds. This gave me knowledge and skills that most trainers never get. I'm confident that I can use my experience and knowledge to help you and your pet (without the use of force, intimidation or coercion) no matter what the issue. I've probably seen worse :)