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  • Writer's pictureAmanda Lascari

Otis | Native American Indian Dog | Los Angeles, CA | In-Training


Otis, a six month old Native American Indian Dog, has joined OffLeash SoCal for our three week board and train program. Otis comes to us with typical puppy behavior: lack for following commands, leash pulling on walks, being easily distracted, and going potty in the house. Over the next three weeks Otis will be working on his off leash obedience and manners. Check in to see his progress!


 

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Pupdate 1/1/2021


Happy New Year! I took Otis to Glendale Galleria to work on his off leash obedience around distractions. He did very well! Otis was well behaved and focused!


 

Pupdate 1/2/2022


Today I took Otis to a local school to work on his distance and duration off leash. We worked on a new command today, Send Away. He did very well with this command. We were able to get a pretty good distance away.


 

Pupdate 1/3/2021


Today Otis and I went to The Block at Orange to work on his off leash obedience around distractions. I taught Otis a new command, Under. He did pretty well today, except for trying to chase a few pigeons.



 

Pupdate 1/4/2021



Today Otis and I trained at home. We worked on all his obedience commands. We practiced more on send away and load up. We also worked his door manners and food manners.



 

Pupdate 1/5/2022


Today Otis and I went to the Grove to work on his off leash commands. He did a great job! Otis was very focused and well behaved.


 

Pupdate 1/6/2022




Today Otis and I went to the Hollywood Walk of Fame to work on his off leash obedience. He did an amazing job with all the loud noises and distractions going on around us. He did all his commands with ease. He got a lot of compliments, not only how on how handsome he is, on how well behaved and obedient he is.



 

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Pupdate 1/8/2022




Today Otis took the day off from training. I sent him to the groomers for a little spa treatment. He spent the rest of the day socializing and playing with his friends before he leaves. Otis can’t wait to go home and show you everything he has learned!


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