Loba | Pit Bull | Simi Valley, CA | In-Training
Loba, a seven month old Pit Bull, has joined OffLeash SoCal for our Two Week Board and Train program. Loba comes to us with typical puppy behavior: little knowledge of commands, being easily distracted, and not walking properly on leash. She is a little shy when meeting new people and other dogs. Over the two weeks Loba will be working on her off leash obedience and manners. Check in to see her progress!
Loba is settling in well at my home. She is getting acquainted with her new friends. She was a little shy at first, but she is starting to warm up to them.
Today Loba and I went to the park to work on her obedience. I introduced and conditioned her to the Ecollar. We practiced commands Sit and Place. Loba did a great job. She is a very quick learner. We met with all the OffLeash SoCal trainers and their dogs, so Loba got to practice around dog distractions. She was able to see her brother. She was more excited to see her brother than he was seeing her.
Today Loba and I went to the park to work on her commands. We practiced more on Sit and Place. We worked on two new commands, Heel and Down. Heel is still a work in progress, but Loba is heeling much better now. We need some more practice on the down command, but overall Loba did a great job with her training today.
Today Loba and I went to the park to work on her commands. We practiced a new command, Come to Sit. Loba is doing a great job with her training! She is catching on to all her commands quickly.
Today Loba and I went to Huntington Beach to work on her obedience around distractions. She was nervous with all the distractions around us, but as we walked around she started to relax. It was a little hard for her to focus on her commands in the beginning, but after she relaxed she followed through with all her commands.
Today Loba and I went to The Citadel Outlet to work on her commands around distractions. We met with other OffLeash SoCal trainers and their dogs, so Loba had plenty of dog distractions to work around. She got to see and practice commands with her brother. They both did a great job working together as a team!
Today Loba and I went to the park to work on her commands. We practiced all her commands semi-off leash. She did pretty well. We need a little more work on her duration. She wants to break command and come to me is i walk too far away from her.
Today I took Loba and her friend, Maui, to a local shopping center to work on their commands around distractions. Loba worked semi-off leash. She did a great job! She was very focused and obedient.
Today Loba and I met with Jose and Rex at The Citadel Outlet. They worked on their commands together around distractions. They trained semi-off leash. They did really good together. We had quite a few people stop and watch us train. Rex and Loba received a few compliments on how well behaved they are.
Today Loba and I went to the park to work on her off leash obedience. We met with Jose and Rex so the dogs could work on their training together. They did pretty well. We need to tighten up a few of their commands, but overall Rex and Loba did great together.
Today Loba and I stayed home for training. We practiced all her off leash commands. I used her friends as distractions and let them play while we trained. It was a little hard for her to focus because she wanted to join in on the fun, but I made sure she followed through with her commands. After training she got to run around with her friends.
Today Loba and I went to The Block at Orange to work on her off leash commands around distractions. She did a great job! She was focused and obedient. She received a few compliments on how well behaved she is.
Today Loba and I went to The Citadel Outlet to work on her off leash obedience around distractions. She did very well. She followed all her commands.
Today Loba and I went to the park to work on her off leash obedience. She did a great job! She listened and followed all her commands. She spent the rest of the day socializing with her friends before she goes home tomorrow. She can’t wait to show you everything she has learned!