We are available Tuesday-Sunday, 10am to 6pm, by appointment only. Lessons may be scheduled in the home, office or in an approved public area.

Group Training Schedule (Attendance Requires Trainer's Approval and RSVP to book attendance):

Thursday's 11:00am to 12:00pm (San Juan Capistrano)
Sunday's 9:00am to 10:00pm (San Juan Capistrano)

Special Events:
Snake Aversion Training
Saturday, February 23rd, 2019
San Clemente
$75 per dog
Appointments Start at 8:00am

Email RAT@SoCalK9Training.com to secure your time


Andy Andrews, of the Etiwanda Game Association in Hesperia, is considered one of the top snake breaking experts in the country! Andy has over 25 years experience training snake avoidance to dogs.  He has developed a proven method which is both safe and effective for dogs, handlers and snakes (snakes are not harmed in any way).

Here is what to expect: The entire process will take approximately 20 minutes.  Andy will lead your dog through a series of stations with rattlesnakes securely contained in wire cages. The cages allow the dog to see, smell and hear the snakes. Its extremely important that your dog encounter the snake in an outdoor natural setting in which snakes are normally found.  Your dog will be given an opportunity to "discover" the snake. Andy pays close attention to the subtle body signals of the dog and will stimulate the dog (using an e-collar) only at the exact moment the dog indicates that he has discovered the snake. Andy is extremely knowledgeable on the proper use of the e-collar and is extremely careful to only use  lowest level of stimulation necessary for the personality of each dog. After your dog has been exposed to the snakes and demonstrated proper avoidance, the owner is called out to the starting point.  The dog should take a circuitous route around the snake, if necessary, will be proofed several times until proper snake avoidance is achieved. You will be present during the entire process and Andy will be able to to answer any questions you might have.