Dr. Alexa Diaz, PhD
Lead Animal Behaviorist
K9 Training Institute
Alexa has a PhD in animal behavior.
She has more than 20 years of experience in training service dogs to assist people with physical and mental disabilities. She has also trained rescue dogs to become emotional support dogs for war veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
She has also published her research on animal behavior in several academic journals.
Lead Presenter and Trainer
K9 Training institute
Before working with the K9 Training Institute, Eric was the host of the hit Animal Planet TV show “Who Let the Dogs Out”.
The show went searching for the coolest and most well-trained dogs in the U.S. – skateboarding dogs, surfing dogs, service dogs, etc.
His role was to judge the trainers in terms of how well their dogs were trained, while working with Hollywood stars who were also animal rights activists (like Betty White, Greg Kinnear, etc.)
A small sample of what you’ll get in this free workshop
The secret methods that service dog trainers use to housebreak dogs
So that your dog never has accidents inside your house ever again.
How service dogs are trained to never bark out of excitement
Contrary to what many people believe, you CAN’T stop a dog from letting you know that someone has come to your front door – they are simply hard wired for it. Instead, find out the “QUIET WAY” that you can teach your dog so that it still gets to alert you to strangers – without barking even once.
Why service dogs behave so well when walking on the leash without pulling
So that you can leash train your dog just like a service dog.
How service dogs are trained to ALWAYS come when called
So that your dog too will come back to you the moment you say its name in the dog park or anywhere else (no matter what it might have been doing at that time).
How the pros train their dogs to stop jumping on people
So that your dog learns to calmly greet people who come over to your house.
The secret methods that service dog trainers use to train their dogs to tune out distractions
So that your dog stays calm and doesn’t react at all when passing by other dogs.
How service dog trainers train their dogs mainly using body language
So that you can get your dog’s attention in public situations without having to raise your voice or use verbal commands.
How service dogs do more than follow commands – they read their human partners in demonstrable and extraordinary ways
And how your dog can too!
Why the training techniques that work on service dogs also work on dog breeds that are typically not thought of as service dogs
This means that these techniques will work on your dog even if it’s a breed – like a Chihuahua, Rottweiler, Akita, etc. – that is usually not considered a breed suitable for being a service dog.
Disclaimer: This free workshop is not about giving you a legally certified service dog (like for the disabled).
Instead, it will help you understand how you can train your dog to behave LIKE a service dog in most situations.
You’ll learn the same secret training methods that service dog handlers use to train their dogs to be extraordinarily obedient and calm even in the presence of a huge number of distractions.
Works for all dogs and puppies regardless of age or breed
Some of our previous workshop participants used to think that the techniques used by service dog trainers only work for certain breeds of dogs.
Or, that their dog needs to be of a certain age in order to benefit from these techniques.
However, as they discovered from the workshop, this is not correct 🙂
This is because the tips shared in our free workshop are rooted in scientific research on animal behavior and therefore, work for ALL dog breeds.
Our workshop has helped to successfully train more than 2.7 million dogs – from small breeds like Pomeranians and Chihuahuas to large breeds like English Mastiffs and Great Danes.
Also, puppies as young as 6 weeks old, and previously untrained adult dogs as old as 13 years, have been successfully trained using these techniques.
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What other dog owners are saying
Guess what, my Chihuahua is completely housebroken now! I used to have so much difficulty getting Frankie to not do his business all over my house. I used your methods to housetrain him and it has worked wonders on him!– Amanda Silver from Glasgow, Scotland
I used your tips to start training my Yorkshire Terrier puppy Grace a few weeks after I got her. With just a few days of training, I have managed to get Grace to come when called and stop pulling on her leash.
She is also completely housebroken now. I am so happy I discovered your site. I have had other dogs in the past, but none of them were as easy to train as Grace has been thanks to your site.– Cassandra Wallace from Scranton, Pennsylvania
My beautiful Doberman Sophie was completely out of control. With your workshop I learnt how to make it obvious to her what was not acceptable.
And she got it too. Amazing results.– Gina Meyer (Sophie’s Mom) from Galveston, Texas
I rescued a 3.5 year old German Shepherd from the shelter a few months ago. The poor thing had not been trained properly by his previous owners and was quite aggressive and skittish and used to bark for no reason at all.
I came across your site while searching for ways to train him and am so glad I did. Thanks to your workshop, he is now a lot calmer and friendlier towards everyone and the barking has almost completely stopped now.– Matt Jenson from Rockford, Illinois
I wanted to pass along a sincere thank you for helping out so much in Milo’s first year. He is almost 2 now and incredibly well-behaved.
I am incredibly grateful for your guidance and help. Thank you again!– Christina Appleton from Buffalo, New York
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, the tips shared in this workshop work for ALL breeds. These tips have helped to successfully train more than 2.7 million dogs – from small breeds like Pomeranians and Chihuahuas to large breeds like English Mastiffs and Great Danes.
Nothing at all – it’s free!
No – it’s an online workshop, so you can do this from the comfort of your home. Once you reserve your seat, we’ll email you the link through which you can join the workshop.
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