If your dog comes when called off leash and walks nicely when on leash she probably won't give you much trouble anywhere.Call/Text 801-686-8364
We offer group classes, one on one sessions and Boot Camps specifically designed for puppies.
We offer group classes, one on one sessions and Boot Camps specifically designed for adolescent and adult dogs.
You’ll get GPS tracking of every walk including a note from your dog walker that automatically gets emailed to you.
Your dog will learn basic leash skills and to play appropriately with dogs of all ages and temperaments.
Our loving pet sitters are here to keep your pets happy and comfy in their own home while you’re away.
Our grooming services are very detailed. We take our time and are dedicated to being patient with each dog we groom.
1. Your dog needs to learn that all the best things in life come from you and that you’ll make sure she has everything she loves in exchange for good behavior.”
2. If you have to raise your voice to get your dog’s attention he probably isn’t getting the message you intend. When he’s trained, talking to him will get his attention just fine.
3. Training should be fun; this is why I incorporate games your dog will love into our training sessions.
4. If we teach your dog that following you leads to his favorite things… we won’t have to train for long.
5. The ultimate goal of my training system is the freedom for your dog to move and think without being constantly directed.
6. I want to teach your dog how to make good decisions when on and off leash so you won’t need to train her for every situation.Read More
Train Walk Poop is licensed, bonded and insured. We are also a professional level member of the IACP. Ryan Gwilliam has over 10 years of professional dog training experience working with hundreds of dogs of all different breeds, sizes, temperaments and ages. Ryan and his team train dozens of dogs every day with behavioral issues such as:
The list goes on and on. If your dog is doing it we’ve seen it before. We love helping dogs overcome their behavioral issues in a fun, structured learning environment.
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Ever since I was a kid I knew I wanted to learn about & work with animals. When I got my dog Shadow in 2009, I was the happiest kid ever.
I’ve spent a lot of time around farm animals, showing sheep at competitions & working on a horse ranch; all these experiences have had a big effect on my journey. The biggest step, however, was being hired by Train Walk Poop which has taught me about dog behavior, body language, grooming, training & much more.
Working with our customer’s dogs, teaching my dog new tricks & seeing their progress has grown my passion for working with animals into a career.
As a nature-loving Oregonian, I grew up in a home with all kinds of animals. I had everything from turtles to birds, and of course dogs! As a kid, I loved tagging along to the dog training classes my parents took the family dogs to. I was very eager to participate and learn even though I was easily 20 years younger than every other dog owner in the class!
Through the years, my desire to continue learning more about dogs has never ceased. Though I never expected to have a job working with animals, for me, working with dogs is a dream come true. And I love it even more because I get to bring my dog Winston to work with me every day!
People often ask me, “how did you get started working with dogs?”. To which I answer, “I got a dog”. And that’s the truth, I got a Pit Bull puppy on a whim, and I had no idea how to raise him.
I started watching The Dog Whisperer on tv, going to dog training workshops, reading dog related books and scientific studies and buying every dog training dvd I could get my hands on. Thanks to all my studying and hard work with my own dog, my friends and family soon took notice of my passion and ability with dogs. Click on image above to read more.
On a snowy Christmas Day in 2013, Sarah was blessed with the best present she’s ever received, her bundle of joy, Cali. Through the trials and errors of raising a puppy, she soon realized she wanted to dedicate her life to working with dogs.
Taking the risk to do what she loves, she quit her job and became a full time member of the Train Walk Poop team in early 2015. Click on image above to read more.
Lorie has had dogs her entire life. Something about their happy, playful nature and noble hearts has always made her love dogs. In December of 2014, Lorie was looking for a new challenge when she saw an opening with Train Walk Poop. She applied, and her search blossomed into a new passion. She loves what she does, and has a lot of fun with it. Her dependability shows, as she can be counted on to always do a great job.
We look forward to meeting you.