Find a Pro:
No recent locations
Clear recent searches
Your Saved Locations:
Please log in to use Saved Locations
Add/Edit saved locations
Back to results
Pet Obedience Training
Claim This Profile!
Join thousands of businesses who are using Kudzu to find new customers.
When you register, you can:
• List your specialties
• Respond to reviews
• Create special offers
Click here to sign up
Cincinnati Canine Companion
420 Wards Corner Road
Edit Business Info
Write a Review
Cincinnati Canine Companion
Cincinnati Canine Companion : Pet Obedience Training, Loveland, OH
« Prev 1
by Hannahsgranny at Citysearch
Scared to Confident!
My dog went from scared of his own shadow to strutting his stuff after a couple sessions with Mary Jo and Vince. They have both been helpful and knowledgeable in helping us through the rough spots. Now we are out collecting blue ribbons in obedience and my little guy doesn't know a stranger. If you want a well trained pet or a winning obedience or agility dog, this is the place to go.
by tanishfa at Citysearch
Simply the Best!
When I adopted my dog, she was just a scared little rescue who would literally duck out of the way and pee herself every time someone walked into the house. She was terrified of everything and attached to me at the hip. I initially didn't care how obedient she was because she was so loving and unaggressive that I didn't think that strict obedience to my every command was such a big deal. I did, however, want to properly train her as a way to boost her confidence.We attended a few classes at another facility before a family friend recommended Cincinnati Canine. *I will never stop going there.* The first two levels of obedience were classes with Mary Jo and the third was with Vince. I personally preferred the classes with Mary Jo, but both are fine trainers and I would gladly take a class from either of them. They train every kind of dog, from Pomeranians to Great Danes and from family pets to show dogs. Every person in every class I have taken so far has gone on to take other classes here. That's a LOT of satisfied customers!My dog has graduated from the obedience series and will be moving on to rally and agility classes. These classes have strengthened the bond between my dog and me because they have taught ME how to effectively communicate with her. She usually knows what I want her to do before I even have a chance to tell her or sign her to do it. I no longer worry about her chasing a chipmunk or something into the street and getting hit by a car because she would never run anywhere unless I told her that she was ""free"" to leave my heel. I don't need to hold her leash when we go for walks and she is complemented by strangers on her behavior, temperament and obedience literally every time we are out in public, be it for a walk or a trip to the pet store. (I should add that she's a big, bouncy, high-energy breed and very playful by nature so having good manners did not come easily to her, haha.) My family and friends have told me that they just can't believe the
by KatiesMom at Citysearch
Two dogs went through CCC and they were WONDERFUL!!!!!
I have had dogs all my life and never knew to fully enjoy them as family members until I went to CCC. Mary Jo was brilliant in training the people(and then we trained the dogs). I actually thought she had ""hired"" someone to bring a barking dog into the class because within 10 mintues she had the dog understanding ""No Bark"" I was mesmerized. \r\rMy Boxer & Shepherd have both been there. They get excited just getting out of the car. I love their enthusiasm. At CCC I learned that it's usually not the dog that has the issues, it's usually the communication between the dog and owner. once that barrier was breached it was amazing what I was able to teach my dogs. Still to this day we practice the positive reinforcement, but we also incorporate the natural needs of a dog. to have a leader in the pack as well as the respect of others. \r\rI think Nature Lady's dog may have been confused by the change in training going from positive to negative training. While it's stable to use BOTH simultaneously I dont htink a dog will be secure whe he doesnt know if today is the day he gets a treat ot eh day he gets put outdside . \rConsistensy is the key. and CCC does a remarkable job of getting this message to teh People who attend their classes. \r\rGod Bless CCC\r\r\r\r\r ...
by dogloverssss at Citysearch
Learn how to control your dog the right way.
I trained my dog here for over two years both with Mary Jo and Vince. They taught me how to handle my dog properly. My dog is a handful--willful, strong, stubborn, and as a rescue, she had a past that affected her behavior. CCCC helped me learn how to control her. I learned how to behave like the ""alpha"" dog I needed to be. After we went through obedience classes there, we went to agility classes and we both got a great workout. I can't say enough good things about CCCC and how they helped me and my dog. My dog was a rescue and we bonded through attending training class. All I had to say was ""Let's go to dog school"" and she was standing by the door with her tail wagging. She loved it. I will never adopt a dog and not take her for training--it really enhances your relationship with your dog.\r\rThe first reviewer on here clearly did not learn lesson #1: it's not about your dog, it's about you. If your dog misbehaves it's because YOU let him/her. If your dog is ""reactive"" it's because you do nothing to stop that behavior, or worse yet, you are encouraging that behavior. It doesn't matter how close or far apart the dogs are in the facility, if you don't learn how to handle your dog you're going to have problems regardless of how close other dogs are. Vince can seem gruff, but he really just cares about making you the best handler you can be. Toughen up and listen to what he's saying.
by LongTimeDogTrainer at Citysearch
The best overall dog training that works...... for your money!
I cannot speak for NatureLady here above. I can only speak of what I have personally experienced training at the Cincinnati Canine Companion Centers for over 10 years now! I think NatureLady, at best from her experience, lasted one class? I too have trained at several other facilities before I found C.C.C.C. What I got at C.C.C.C. (and I still train all of my four dogs there too) was excellent instructions that helped me to understand how my dog thinks and behaves. Basically, domestic dogs are descendants from wolves. Creatures who have a pecking order or a structured society of their functioning pack mentality. There is a leader, then there are followers within each pack. Supplied with this knowledge, I no longer saw my dog as a human, a child, or anything other than a dog that either will follow my commands or it will command me and others by its very nature. NatureLady seems to not understand that basic principle? You either lead your dog or you will follow and accept your dogs bad behavior! It sounds to me that this is probably why she has had to go to different dog training centers. Only to find out that ""SHE"" may be her dog's problem! I was taught that there really are NO BAD DOGS, only bad dog handlers who accept their dogs unacceptable behavior as the norm. I have been in classes where dog handlers really did not know their right foot from their left. I too have personally trained dogs off and on for my friends. I can tell you personally when a human being will not listen to your instructions, it does become rather frustrating. If the human cannot understand what is needed to train the dog, then where does that leave the dog? If I gave instructions to people in how to train their dogs and they did not respond in an appropriate manner, I might lose it too! You must first learn how to take instructions before you can every teach or train. I have had nothing but the ""BEST"" instructions from all of the trainers at C.C.C.C. I highly recommend this facility!
1 to 5 of 6
« Prev 1
Other home services categories in Loveland, OH
Heating & A/C
Businesses by specialty in Loveland, OH
List Your Business
Business Success Center
©2014 Cox Search, Inc. All rights reserved. Data provided in part by Localeze and Valpak.
Get weekly tips on how to keep your home healthy.
Share This Page