Clyde Learning to Play Safely with Kids

Clyde is all smiles during his training stay with Topline K9 Solutions¬†ūüôā This energetic pup has been wrestling and chasing the other pups, as well as getting dog training for his mouthing and jumping up. Clyde responded so well that he is now able to be off leash with the kids (must see cute pic). […]

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A Newfie Review of K9 Training School!

My husband and I were lucky enough to discover Topline k9 solutions and we couldn’t be happier! Our 15-month old Newfie did the 3-week live-in training and the results speak for themselves! Throughout the 3 weeks, we received videos, photos, and progress updates of our learning boy. They have been so great with follow up […]

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Dog Training Tip: Practice on the Fly!

Dog Training Tip! As you socialize your dog in many different environments, practice your training commands on the fly for good public manners, reliability, focus, and listening. Here, the pooches are practicing Sit/Stay, Sit/Stay at a Distance, and Come, all in a distracting setting at Quail Ridge Books in North Hills (yes, dogs welcomed but […]

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Going out of town? Rio says Topline is awesome!

Rio, my 3ish year old blue and white ‘hippo pitty’ spent the weekend with Joel. She had a ball!!! She went on field trips with Joel to explore downtown, had ‘pitty parties’ with some of Joel’s friends, and slept in late with Joel and his dog Cutie on a cold Sunday morning. Joel was working […]

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Happy Dogs, Happy Owners

Colette and I were very impressed with Mark and Joel! ¬†Molly‚Äôs training session went very well last night and we learned many valuable lessons for Molly. The time spent with Mark and Joel last night was much more informative and valuable than a series of 6 lessons we attended with a previous trainer. We were […]

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Walking Your Dog in Public Politely

**Dog Training Tips** While training your dog to not jump up excitedly, or if your dog gets nervous, it’s a good idea to put yourself between your dog and the “object of desire/concern” (i.e. strollers, joggers, squirrels, trash, goose poop, etc…). You can do this by moving your dog from one side of your body […]

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