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Hired 16 times
30 years in business
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8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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Paul at K9city was amazing. Very honest, professional and caring. He has helped us so much with our dogs behavior problems. Still a work in progress but Paul continues to check in with us, gives us feedback and suggestions and supports us in any way he can. Paul and K9city have been a lifesaver for our family and our dog, we can not thank him enough!!Sep 13, 2016Verified
Bo went in pulling on the leash and crazy excited when he saw another dog. One hour later he walked out calmly and was completely unphased by other dogs he saw. I've got to keep it up, but Paul got me and Bo back on track!Feb 6, 2016Verified
Just had the evaluation todayJun 1, 2018Verified
Dog TrainingOct 3, 2019Verified
Dog TrainingMar 13, 2018Verified
- How did you get started doing this type of work?Paul who is the founder and CEO of the company started as a kid training his own dog for competitions. He went on to train under international trainers and as a result was working with the SA Police in many projects. He decided to work with the behavioral aspect of the dog and immigrated to the USA 26 years ago and has appeared in TV interviews, articles and most recently featured in a documentary movie about dogs. He works with many rescue organizations and dog shelters providing housing for dogs as well as training so that once dogs are adopted out they have a good successful rate of staying with their new owners and not being returned to the rescue group or the shelter.
- What types of customers have you worked with?We pick up and deliver dogs to their homes. We offer in house training. We have even taken dogs to the vets for their owners. We offer bathing and grooming for dogs. We are all available just to listen to our clients even if it is in the evening or weekends.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Check out the facility, check out the people and don't sign contracts. You should work with a company that you and your dog love not work with them because you have a contract and are now obligated to do so. Try them out first and see what you think. Check out how long they have been doing this and make sure this is their profession and not just a hobby that they now think they can read a dog just because they have owned dogs.