Cooper is doing great. Training sessions with you completely changed our family, and we are grateful! Cooper has really become a special part of our family, and we’re able to enjoy him so much more. I attached a couple of pictures so you can see what a good boy he is!
Best wishes to you and your family!
~Erin and Bill Green
Received in email 11/8/2012
Rob is awesome! We contacted Rob after our precious “Bolt” nipped at our son. Rob knew how to interpret Bolts aggression and taught us how to lovingly correct him. Rob gave us our sweet “Bolt” back. Rob has given us the the confidence and tools to train and correct Bolt in all situations. Not only does Bolt obey my husband and I, but he also obeys our children’s commands as well. Rob is a life saver!
Review left on the Lose The Leash Yelp page 11/1/2012
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Gilbert Award Program Honors the Achievement
GILBERT May 5, 2012 — Lose The Leash has been selected for the 2012 Best of Gilbert Award in the Pet Training & Obedience Schools category by the Gilbert Award Program.
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Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2012 Gilbert Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Gilbert Award Program and data provided by third parties.
About Gilbert Award Program
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The Gilbert Award Program was established to recognize the best of local businesses in our community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our mission is to recognize the small business community’s contributions to the U.S. economy.
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5-5-12 from Bob and Jan in Chandler:
We would recommend anybody and everybody to contact Rob at Lose the Leash for dog training. He helped us train our 15 month old Golden doodle (Cruiser) who is a dear 82 lb “puppy.” He was full of youthful (and uncontrollable) enthusiasm and not very pleasant or easy to have around. Rob’s methods were so successful that we now actually enjoy having Cruiser out of his crate, around the house and taking him for walks, etc … things that were not any fun before. He listens to commands now, is very obedient, and a true joy!!!!!! We had other professional training prior to hearing about Rob. Those rather expensive sessions did not deliver results like Rob did. Call Rob today …. you will be forever thankful that you did !!!!
Sonia Breslow Adoption Center Grand Opening
Join the Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA for the Grand Opening of the Sonia Breslow Adoption Center on Saturday, April 21, 2012 – 10:00am to 12:00pm! The new state-of-the art facility will be hosting free tours, offering goodie bags, and hosting the adoption of spayed or neutered, vaccinated and microchipped, healthy animals.
Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA
25 N. 40th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Yes, you can teach an old dog new tricks! Our 11 year old male golden retriever has the vigor of a pup, and at times, the obstinacy of a young, dominant male. Though friendly, he gets WILDLY excited when he sees other dogs. Thanks to Rob and his LOSE the LEASH methods, I now have control when we are on a walk. Rob is a role model in patience, remaining calm and being consistent. I found the individual lessons invaluable and the group classes important in testing the training methods learned. Both classes allow me to test my dog’s progress and continue to focus on the behaviors we need to work on(and I mean that for the both of us!). I highly recommend Rob and his LOSE the LEASH methods.
Review Taken 4/11/2012 from the Lose The Leash Google Places Page
Rob has worked with my aussie and rough collie just twice so far and they have improved so much it’s amazing! It was getting to where I dreaded taking the dogs for their walks and now I am actually looking forward to them.
Review taken from the Lose The Leash Google Places Page Mar 26, 2012
Rob is awesome! Our Old English Sheep Dog has always been very friendly but he jumps to say hello and with a baby on the way we really wanted to find a way to calm him down when he greets people. After two lessons he’s no longer jumping to say hello! Our friends were amazed when they came in and saw him laying on a bed instead of jumping in their face. We’ve also seen improvement in other areas we didn’t even recognize as needing improvement. Bently use to be a headache to try to get him inside once he went into the back yard but now he comes when he’s called and it helps us keep him from digging and making a mess. My husband was a little afraid we’d lose our fun-loving dog but now we’re just able to have much more fun with him! We’re excited about how much improvement we’ve seen in just a few weeks!
Testimonial taken from the LOSE THE LEASH Dog Training Google Places Page.
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