Interdyne International K-9 Academy can provide you and your dog with a training program custom tailored to fit the needs of Your family and Your lifestyle.
Guaranteed Results achieved through Patience, Respect and Understanding. We Offer Complete Programs in : Basic Obedience, Advanced Obedience, Utility Training (Medical Service Dogs of ALL Types - Therapy Dogs and PTSD Emotional Support Dogs) Problem Solving of All Kinds, Behavior Modification & Counter Conditioning, On & Off Leash Obedience Training, Show Ring Preparation & Protection Work. Both Personal and Real Property. ALL Breeds. Trained Dogs available to offer Protection, Comfort and Companionship. Older and Problem Dogs are Our Specialty. Results 100% Guaranteed or YOUR MONEY BACK !! We Offer RESULTS - NOT PROMISES and for More than 3 Decades We have ALWAYS Put Our Money Right Where Our Mouth is. We Stand Behind each and EVERY Job that We Do. We offer ALL our Clients a 100% Unconditional Money Back Guarantee. No Exceptions. In business since June of 1979, we constantly enjoy meeting and surpassing the ever-challenging demands and expectations of our Owners, Directors, Producers and their Pets / Companion Animals and Animal Actors. ThroughOur sister Company Creatures for Features.
Some of our past Clients Include : The Ford Motor Company, Arrow Shirts, Bonaventure Associates, American Express, Universal Studios, Smokey and the Bandit III Dick Lowery Productions, Steeg Productions, Intercontental Hotels, The Emson Company, Florida State Division of Motion Pictures, The Florida State Division of Tourism, The Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce, The Speigal Catalog Company, Arjabra Farms Inc.The May Company, Windy Willow Farms & Janet Nonni, HT Show Stables, Arvida Inc. Johnson & Johnson, Herb Sadkin and The Sadkin Orginization, Morgan Fairchild, IBM, Bringing the Best Together, Luciano Pavarotti, Linda Evans, Chi Chi Rodriguez, Vic & Debbie Connors, Martina Navratilova, IF You've Seen Television, You've Seen Our Work. (References Available Upon Request)
I grew up around dogs, cats and horses. (somehow they always seem to go together) My family always kept animals and as far back as I can remember I was always passionate (I still am) about learning, understanding and communicating with them better and more effectively. From my late teens right up through my mid-thirties and beyond, I would spend 40 weeks a year traveling on the competitive "A" Horse Show Circuit learning and soaking up as much as I could from some of the best teachers, riders and trainers in the the country. I have ridden and trained both Nationally and Internationally with the likes of Robert Ridland, Rodney Jenkins, Michael Matz, George Morris, Melanie Smith, Bernie Traurig, Kathy Kusner, Alan Pinkston, Michael Ellis, Stu Randall, Bob Gussoni, Dave Kroyer, Harold Dalton, the father of modern "Florida Dressage" Jimmy Kohn, Jay Matter, Terry Rudd and many other top class trainers, educators and researchers all adding to my knowledge base, training philosophy and current training techniques.
Leaving Toby with k-9 was a very good experience. They were communicating everyday about how Toby was doing via text, photo and video. They also made some recommendations about maintaining his overall health. I could see Tony had a wonderful time. I would certainly recommend k-9 for any dog needing a home away from home.
Bruce was thorough, professional and patient with me and my dog. An amazing trainer.
Bruce took my 8 month old, crazy pitbull and turned her into a good dog in no time! The mouthing, laying on the leash, peeing in the house, and barreling through house has stopped. Totally worth the money and effort on my part. I highly recommend the board and train option. Well worth the money and peace of mind for the owner of a hard to train dog like mine. Bruce is consistent, passes on all knowledge to the dog owner and even checks in on occasion to see how my dog is doing. Bruce doesn't just train your dog, he trains you and we pet owners need that. I can't recommend him enough. He's knowledgeable, consistent, friendly and reliable but more importantly, he understands the dynamics of your home/family and figures out a way for your pet to fit in with you.
Bruce is extremely attentive, knowledgeable and honest. I began speaking with him a few months before I brought my at the time 5 month old Newfoundland pup for training. I was interested in having her trained as my service animal and he described in detail the amount of time and hard work that would have to be in from everyone. I had a question almost every day and he always got back to me with every single one. Questions included everything from basics such as house breaking to tearing up my carpet to questions I had pertaining to any future training. My now 7 month old Newf just came back from her first cycle of training and I am extremely impressed with how much she has learned and how well-behaved she is! I highly recommend him and plan on continuing to work with him in the future.
Typically after an Initial Evaluation, we'd begin with a Basic Obedience Program which would normally run 3x a week (Mon. Wed. Fri, for example) at your house for 4 weeks and a total of 12 sessions.
This would encompass the Stage One phase of Basic Obedience and would be the basis and the foundation for Any and All other Training of whatever type that was to follow.
Additional training would primarily depend upon your goals and desires for this dog and be guided by your dog's particular talents and demonstrated abilities.
A Stage One Basic Obedience Course would normally include the On-leash Basic Obedience Commands as follows :
Come - Sit - Down - Stay - Sit/Stay- Down/Stay - Stand/Stay (stand for examination) - Walk at Heel - a Long Recall and an O.K. Release (allowing your dog the freedom to "Just Go be a Dog" for a bit and to go make his own decisions about the world and to learn from those experiences)
This would also come along with Training for both you and your family as to how to operate the dog and How, Where and What to use When.
All Commands would be installed on both Hand Signal and Voice Command as necessary.
I am a Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine trained Animal Behaviorist and I specialize in K-9, Feline and Equine Behavior, Training, Care and Management.
I was extremely fortunate while at Cornell to have studied under the direct supervision of Dr. Katherine Houpt. Dr. Houpt is widely recognized as one of the foremost K-9 Aggression experts in the world.
She has had a great influence on both me and the evolution of my training philosophies. Exposing me to the work and research of Dr. Ian Dunbar and Dr. Ilana Reisner among others.
Being K-9, Feline and Equine-centric, Dr. Houpt's interests run parallel to my own and thus gave us plenty of common ground on which to build.
I will always be most grateful for my time at Cornell and the wonderful experiences I've had and continue to have there.
I try to get up there just as often as possible (even with my current schedule) as there is ALWAYS Something New and Wonderful going On Up there.
I've always found it to be just the most fabulous place to Learn, to Grow and to Stay Current.
There are always new challenges and new doors being opened there. If you like Horses, Cats and Dogs, it is truly a remarkable place.
To me, now as then, there is absolutely No Other Place on Earth like it !
Every dog is an individual and every household is truly unique. The rhythms that they run on and the noise levels that they exist in can be extremely variable. But the one constant that we have always offered to ALL of Our Clients is the Strongest Guarantee in the Industry. Bar None and have for more than 30 years now. We wouldn't have it any other way.
Around here "Get Results NOT Promises" isn't just a slogan. Here it's a way of Life !
I grew up around dogs, cats and horses. (somehow they always seem to go together) My family always kept animals and as far back as I can remember I was always passionate (I still am) about learning, understanding and communicating with them better and more effectively. From my late teens right up through my mid-thirties and beyond, I would spend 40 weeks a year traveling on the competitive "A" Horse Show Circuit learning and soaking up as much as I could from some of the best teachers, riders and trainers in the the country. I have ridden and trained both Nationally and Internationally with the likes of Robert Ridland, Rodney Jenkins, Michael Matz, George Morris, Melanie Smith, Bernie Traurig, Kathy Kusner, Alan Pinkston, Michael Ellis, Stu Randall, Bob Gussoni, Dave Kroyer, Harold Dalton, the father of modern "Florida Dressage" Jimmy Kohn, Jay Matter, Terry Rudd and many other top class trainers, educators and researchers.
All adding to my knowledge base and the evolution and development of my training philosophy and broadening of my current training techniques.
It's really been remarkable. Over the course of the past almost four decades now. Our Clients have absolutely and completely run the gamut. We have worked with Everyone & Everything from 1st time Pet Owners with a brand new Rescue Dog (something we absolutely Love to do) to the most serious Dog Sports Competitor in a Multi-Dog Household and just about everything in between. Chambers of Commerce. Divisions of Tourism. Motion Picture Companies. Commercial Clients and just about anything and everything in between. There's always something new and exciting for us to learn . Please have a look through My Profile to see a partial listing of some of our Past & Present Clients.
Working along side HomelessPets.Org, we were recently able to get the very first Certified Service Dog eligible for Full Benefits in the State of New York and that is now being used as a test case in other municipalities and in courts all around the country. Hopefully, and it is our intention, that this will be the start of a pilot program that will benefit Medical Service Dogs and their Handlers throughout the Country.
Look very carefully and examine your needs. Ask lots of questions and expect straight answers. Try to find a Trainer whose philosophies and priorities align with your own. Good Trainers look to build long term relationships not just with their dogs, but with their Clients as well. Additionally I would want the Training Philosophy and Core Training Principals of the person(s) entrusted with the training of your dog(s) to firmly align with that of your family and of your own.
For more than 30 years - Our Training Philosophy here at Interdyne International K-9 has ALWAYS revolved around just 3 very simple things :
"PATIENCE, RESPECT and UNDERSTANDING"
Our CORE TRAINING PRINCIPALS are guided by and can be boiled Down to the following SIX ITEMS : (1) Technique Over Hardware (2) Leadership Over Dominance (3) Management Over Discipline (4) Science Over Tradition (5) Leverage Over Strength (6) Cooperation Over Confrontation
Do I truly understand and have I really examined just what my needs and that of my Family actually are. Both now and in the future. I've seen it happen so many times. Too much dog, Or a dog of the Wrong Type creates more problems in a household than it ever solves going forward. Regardless of how well it's been trained or by whom.