February 14, 2011

Spoil your dog this Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is here. Do you have anything romantic planned for you and yours? If you don’t, don’t worry, you can make the holiday special by spoiling your pooch, or bringing Fido along on your V-Day date. 1. Gourmet bone. Dog bones are most dogs’ […]
January 25, 2011

A first-aid kit for Fido

Most families have a first-aid kit for the members of their family, but not many have one for their pooch. Hopefully you won’t need it, but it’s good to have in case you do need it while traveling while traveling, out at the park or […]
January 13, 2011

How to Become a Dog Trainer

According to Blomberg Businessweek, Americans will spend over $47 billion per year on their pets. That’s more than Americans spend at the movies, on video games or recorded music. Americans are expected to spend a few more billion annually by 2015. Pet owners, especially dog […]
November 30, 2010

Introducing and using dog crates

By: Liz Reyes, CPDT-KA, B.S. It’s a Dog’s World K-9 Academy President A common misconception in the dog owning community arises from the usage of crates. Many loving pet owners fear their dogs may establish a negative relationship with their crates, causing anxieties for both […]
November 19, 2010

Preparing your pooch for a new baby

By: Liz Reyes, CPDT-KA, B.S. For new parents the cyclone of baby showers, baby proofing, and baby needs, can sometimes leave your original baby (that’s right, your pet considers himself your first child) feeling left out and confused. Though Fido may have been an angel […]
November 10, 2010

Introducing Dog & Cat

By: Liz Reyes, CPDT-KA, B.S. 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 […]
November 10, 2010

Dog Park Pros & Cons

By: Liz Reyes, CPDT-KA, B.S. It’s important to understand the advantages and disadvantages of dog parks before you and your dog participate in dog interaction at one. It’s also good to know proper etiquette while at a dog park. Here are some pros and cons […]
October 26, 2010

How to Choose a Dog Trainer

By: Liz Reyes, CPDT-KA, B.S. Interest in sending lovable, and sometimes challenging, dogs to training facilities has experienced a dramatic peak in recent years. With the craft itself constantly evolving I’m happy to take my twenty years of dog training know-how and create a distinct […]
October 15, 2010

Dealing with Distractions

We see it all the time. A dog enrolls in a group class or private lesson at It’s a Dog’s World and does very well. However, as soon as their owner continues the training commands and routine at home, they have a different dog on […]


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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