HAPPY K9 TRAINING
Cooperative training for a happy dog and happier human!
Happy K9 Training is a positive reinforcement training company using humane, cooperative methods located in Scottsdale, Az.
Our goal is to offer compassionate and quality professional training for those in need.
We do not employ the use of e-collars, prong collars or choke chains.
We specialize in Service Dog training, including teaching tasks for PTSD, psychiatric,
hearing assistance, non-weight bearing mobility, autism, and medical response.
We also offer drop in Public Access Training classes as well as the Public Access Test for
Service Dogs and Service Dogs in Training.
We can assist you in preparing your dog to become a Therapy Dog as well.
We have a Puppy FUNdamentals Program that can be done via virtual or in-home private lessons.
Both options are available for puppies between 8 weeks to 6 months of age.
We offer virtual lessons (single sessions or packages) via Zoom.
We also provide AKC CGC, CGCA, CGCU, and the Virtual Home Manners test, as well as Trick titles and the ATT (AKC Temperament Test).
We have 24 years of professional experience working with client and foster dogs of all breeds, sizes and temperaments.
We offer a complimentary 30 minute virtual consultation for new clients as an opportunity to discuss the goals for your dog and figure out the next best plan of action.
We offer payment plans for everyone, as well as discounts for BIPOC, new puppy adopters, teachers, first responders, active military and veterans. All training programs are non-refundable once started. Discounts are only applicable to in-person training sessions.
*We are currently referring out any separation anxiety, aggression or reactivity cases to other qualified and certified, force free trainers, including a recommendation to contact Board-Certified Veterinary Behaviorist, Dr. Kelly Moffat or Dr. Heather Gerrish at VCA Mesa Animal Hospital.
*** The American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior (AVSAB), The International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants, along with the Association of Professional Dog Trainers and The Pet Professional Guild all strongly caution against the use of pain and fear in dog training and behavior modification.
Based on current scientific evidence, AVSAB recommends that only reward-based training methods are used for all dog training, including the treatment of behavior problems.