July 2, 2013

Nothing In Life Is Free

How to (Re)Establish Leadership with Your Dog Many dog behavior problems can be directly linked to one key factor; lack of appropriate leadership by the owners. Dogs are pack animals that must learn to work together in a social hierarchy that enables them to function […]
June 4, 2013

There is a lot of bad advice given about introducing a cat to your family dog or vice versa. Some remember the introduction as a stressful time or say it’s impossible to have both. The key to any introduction is time and patience. Here are […]
May 6, 2013

Stop Your Dog from Bolting Out the Front Door

Most dogs love to run outside and explore the great outdoors.  Most dogs quickly discover that when the front door is open it is “game on” and they can quickly dash through and have a blast saying “Hi” to all their two legged and four […]
May 6, 2013

Risks of Too Early Rabies Vaccine

The Alarming New Bill That Could Threaten Your Dog’s Life By Dr. Becker Today I’m interviewing a very special guest, Dr. Jean Dodds, about new rabies vaccine legislation proposed in California that also has the potential to spread to other states – including the one […]
May 6, 2013

Teach Your Dog To Hand Target

Hand targeting is teaching your dog to use his nose to touch your hand on cue, that is if you put your hand out and say “touch”, your dog should come running over and touch your hand with his noise. This is a very useful […]
March 11, 2013

Teach Your Dog to “Check-In”

Does your dog ignore you or play “hard to get” when in the backyard and its time to come in? Teach your dog to enjoy “checking in” with you by keeping delicious treats on you while watching your dog play in the backyard. Randomly call […]
February 9, 2013

Stop Your Dog from Counter Surfing

It’s Friday night and after a long work week you decide to grill a delicious steak for yourself. As you go the fridge to get a drink, your mischievous pup jumps up and helps himself to your hard earned dinner. Is this a common scenario […]
January 9, 2013

Toys For Bored Dogs

Let’s face it, keeping your dog content and happy all day (especially when his best bud….you! are gone eight hours a day) can be a challenging task. We came up with a list of toys that can fight boredom – with or without you. Food […]
January 9, 2013

New Year, New Dog

Make 2013 the best year ever for you and your dog by including him in your resolutions. It’s never too late to instill new, healthy habits for you and your dog. As you are considering your list of New Year’s resolutions make sure you think […]


Facing the COVID-19 Challenges Together

The coronavirus (COVID-19) has created a number of challenges for all of our families, both personally and professionally. Our first priority is to keep you, your family, and your pets safe and healthy during this public health concern.

We are writing to reassure you that we are available to continue to care for your pet's needs while we take the necessary steps to keep you, our staff and associates in a safe environment.

Our facilities at It's A Dog's World K-9 Academy and Vinjon's Kennel Chino are routinely disinfected with anti-viral cleaners, and in accordance with CDC recommendations, we have increased the cleaning frequency and protocols to include all surfaces that people regularly contact. As we know, hand washing hygiene is an important protocol that we continue to implement for all staff and clients. We provide options for hand cleaning and hand sanitizers for clients and associates, and we work closely with our teams to ensure that anyone who is not feeling well understands that we support them staying home.

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Woofs and wags,

It's A Dog's World K-9 Academy Team
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