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"He checked in frequently between sessions, obviously cared about our dog (and us), and provided great feedback and direction. He helped us learn how to train our dog ourselves." - Vic S.

 

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Contact me with details about your dog or puppy


Complete this online form with information about you and your dog; I will review and contact you by your choice of email or phone, usually within 24 hours.


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Why choose a CCPDT-accredited trainer?

About the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers


Veterinarians generally prefer to refer patients to trainers who have attained the CPDT-KA (knowledge assessed) distinction.  This nationally-recognized certification requires years of experience; references from veterinarians, colleagues and clients; and a formal examination to confirm expertise and proficiency in dog learning theory, canine husbandry, and ethology—the scientific study of animal behavior.

 

CCPDT certified

Off-leash adventures

Parks and preserves for exercising your dog au naturale


One bonus of dog training is that a well-trained mutt enjoys more freedom in off-leash settings. San Francisco Dog Trainer Jeff Stallings' Training PhilosophyI have researched and hiked many gorgeous Bay Area beaches, parks and preserves that allow well-trained dogs off-leash. So take a hike with your best friend while enjoying the Bay Area’s ample natural beauty.

Contact Jeff

I am currently residing in Santa Cruz during the week and at my San Francisco/Diamond Heights location on weekends. I have limited availability for client appointments at this time, but respond to all inquiries.

Note that my earliest appointments are in mid-November, 2017.

Please complete the following form with as much information as possible, including details about your dog's breed, gender, age, when you adopted, past training and specific behavior problems.

If I am unable to work with you, I will do my best to refer you to a qualified trainer or veterinary behaviorist.

For severe aggression and behavior issues, contact the Veterinary Behavior Department at UC Davis.

 

 

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