Jeri Lynn Vosburgh

2017-10-26T18:29:38+00:00October 20th, 2017|

When I made the decision to go into training dogs, I did some serious research around where to learn this art. Having gone thru some dog obedience training before with my own dogs, I knew that there were many techniques and philosophies around training. Not only are there many approaches to dog training, there are

Rita Walsh

2017-10-26T18:30:15+00:00October 20th, 2017|

I have been a dog owner for several years and I became interested in dog training in 1983. I began taking dog obedience lessons but was not totally satisfied with the knowledge or the technique of the instructor. Then in 1985 I went to Ron Pace at Canyon Crest K-9 Training Center for obedience training.

Cara Putnam

2017-10-26T18:30:50+00:00October 20th, 2017|

Over the past six years I have completed your dog training course with both of my dogs and found that the experience ignited a childhood passion of mine; working with dogs. In a not so odd turn of events, I found my position as a Corporate Trainer eliminated and I was faced with having to

Sean McDaniel

2017-10-26T18:31:28+00:00October 20th, 2017|

When I first considered going through training to become a dog trainer, I talked to many people with locations all over the USA. I was willing to travel to other parts of the country to learn the trade. After all the discussions with different schools though, I found you to be both down to earth

Vana Ingram

2017-10-26T18:32:09+00:00October 20th, 2017|

Anyone thinking of becoming a professional dog trainer should definitely consider taking Ron Pace’s Trainer/Instructor Program. I first came into contact with Ron in 1985 when I got my first dog, a German shepherd, and was looking for a trainer who had a lot of experience and would be humane yet firm. Ron came very

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