A: Yes! The dog training coach at BCL Dog Training is licensed, insured, and AKC certified!

A: We work with dogs from all walks of life! We train dogs of all breeds, sizes, ages, and behavior types. There’s no discrimination here!

A: Yes! In fact, we’ve worked with hundreds of dogs that exhibit various ranging from:

  • Human aggression
  • Dog aggression
  • Leash aggression
  • Food aggression
  • & more!

A: There are many options on this subject and of course, they are all different. True aggression is actually not that common in dogs. If given a choice in most situations, a dog will escape when faced with a situation they perceive as a threat. The aggressive behavior happens when they feel trapped and have no way to escape. In most cases, if you give your dog an escape, any aggressive behavior will end pretty quickly. The key is catching the warning signals they put off before it is too late, and they have already begun trying to protect themselves. It is extremely difficult to reach a dog and accomplish any change in behavior once they have gone into survival or protection mode. So as soon as you see them start to tense up, move forward in the direction of the threat or any other cue. Immediately change direction with them and walk away from the threat. If you do this, your dog will begin to be comfortable and will not behave aggressively any longer.

A: Our goal is to transform and enhance the relationship with your dog by making it more fair, fun, and balanced. Our training helps build confidence, provides mental stimulation, and strengthens the human-animal bond between you and your furry friend. Our training approach is different for every dog because, like us, dogs are unique individuals.

A: BCL Dog Training is proud to serve the inland empire and its surrounding areas. While we’re willing to drive to reach you in many cases, the primary service areas we serve include:

  • San Bernardino County
  • Riverside County
  • LA County
  • Orange County
  • San Diego County

A: Yes! We have a total of three different types of classes. Visit our “Classes” pages to learn about them.

A: The best time to start training your puppy is at around 7 – 8 weeks. By creating a solid foundation and basic life skills from the start, you will ensure an optimal relationship between you and your dog later on!

A: BCL Dog Training addresses all kinds of dog issues, regardless of breed, age, or temperament.