Introducing Your New Dog To Your Current Dog

Are you introducing a new dog to your current dog? Our trainers at K9s Only have a few suggestions to assure your dogs start the relationship off on the right paw! Here are some quick and easy steps to follow when introducing your pups to one another. First and foremost, our trainers suggest putting your current dog in the crate … Read More

Dog Moms are Moms, TOO!

A mom’s favorite holiday is coming up, the holiday literally dedicated to our favorite women – Mother’s Day. The one day a year we splurge on making or getting the greatest gift for our mother’s to show just how much we appreciate them. Mothers all around deserve all of the love and respect we could possibly give for caring, nurturing, … Read More

Pit Bulls are like Ferraris

Ferraris are beautiful to look at and fun to drive, but just like a Pit bull, not everyone should own or drive a Ferrari. One of the most common requests I get from clients and guardians regarding their pit bull-type companion is to train them to be “friendly”. Lucky for them, training them to be friendly should be the least … Read More

Ask The Trainer: Help! My Dog Chews Everything!

Question from Bill R: I rescued my dog from the shelter over the Summer. She’s great, but she’s constantly chewing on EVERYTHING! I’ve tried chew-deterrent spray, but that does not seem to work. Help! Answer: Fear not, Bill! Many new dog owners struggle with chew. So, trust me when I say, you are not alone. But, you’re in luck, chewing … Read More

Ask The Trainer: Leash Reactivity

Dog Trainer, Brent LaBrada, discusses the number three chronic issue that all dog guardians face in dog training; Leash Reactivity. Brent dissects and analyzes why most dogs are reactive on leash, the reasons why and how to solve this issue. K9s Only Positive Dog Training Philosophy The primary goal of K9s Only is to produce a companion animal that bonds … Read More

Win Free Nights Of Boarding: Contest

Want The Chance to Win 5 Free Nights of Boarding? Here’s How… We are running a contest!! Enter the contest now for your chance at 5 nights of luxury boarding at the K9s Only Dog Hotel. *Rules: Simply follow and like us on our Facebook and Instagram page, tag three people and then repost and share this video to both … Read More

K9s Only: Your All Inclusive Destination for…K9s Only

For More Information Call K9s Only: Tarzana: 818-344-9663 West LA: 310-479-5600 Dog Training K9s Only has been a premier Los Angeles Dog Training facility proudly serving the Tarzana, West LA, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, and Brentwood areas for over 20 years. Our expert knowledge on dog behavior has shaped our dog training methods to look at the whole dog, not … Read More

Let Sleeping Dogs Lie … In The Bedroom.

Let sleeping dogs lie … in the bedroom. That’s according to a new Mayo Clinic study that’s sure to set many tails wagging. Source:Mayo Clinic It’s no secret that Americans love their dogs. According to the American Veterinary Association, more than 40 million American households have dogs. Of these households, 63 percent consider their canine companions to be family. Still, … Read More

AB 485 Pet Rescue & Adoption Act Passes Senate 38-0

Party lines may be sharply divided regarding issues, but not when it comes to animals and their welfare. California Assembly Bill 485, the Pet Rescue and Adoption Act, passed the California State Senate by a vote of 38 to 0. With Assemblymember Rocky Chavez (R-Oceanside) signing on as a co-author and more Republicans voting in favor in both houses, the … Read More

Lonely Dogs’ Brains Shrink Due to ‘Bestial Boredom’, Scientist Warns

K9s Only recently posted a blog about dog boredom leading to anxiety, depression and obsessive compulsive disorders. Here’s another article along the same lines. Scroll to the bottom for some solutions! Stimulation for animals, like humans, is not a luxury but a necessity,’ says animal welfare expert Charlotte Burn, who has raised concerns over shrinking brains. By: Greg Wilford The … Read More