Club Canine Now Open In Heights Corridor

Club Canine, formerly known as Dogs California, recently opened a new facility at 4703 Rose St. to provide daycare and much more. Training is also offered and is rooted in learning, training games, activities, and social skill building.

Club Canine can provide a healthy lifestyle for you and your canine companion through:

-Day Care with Training (pack socials)

-Puppy Pit-fall prevention

-Behavior Consultations

-Training Games

– Private Lessons

-Manners/Safetly Skill Building

-Aggression Prevention

-Aggression Rehabilitation

-Small Group Classes

– Boarding (in trainers home)

Mention Houston PetTalk for a FREE phone consultation with the owner, Dean Miller. Take the first step to creating a healthy and balanced relationship with your dog! 281-380-8175

 

 

 

3 Responses to Club Canine Now Open In Heights Corridor

  1. emilie wilshire

    June 16, 2011 at 12:24 pm

    I am so happy for Dean and his new place Club Canine. I trained with Dean for over a year and he’s the best!!! He knows what he’s doing and his methods really work. It’s all about having a relationship with your dog and having him/her make good decisions. Plus the rally obedience is a BLAST!! You should try it people!

  2. Frank Collins

    June 16, 2011 at 1:15 pm

    I have yet to meet someone that knows more about dogs than Dean Miller.

  3. Faye Faye Van Buren

    April 18, 2013 at 9:33 am

    Our family has known Dean Miller for 10 years. He is an outstanding person with a HUGE heart for dogs . He has rescued so many that others have given up on. He trained with us, our lab Sam and our deceased King Charles Cavalier, Sabrina. Sabrina, especially, loved the “checking” part of his training program. Our 10 1/2 Yr. lab, Sam loves Uncle Dean and still sees him from time to time just for a happy visit in his Doggy Day Care. We currently have a new member to our family. Beau is a 7 month King Charles Cavalier and is now a fateful follower of the Dean Miller Thinking Dogs Program. We give Dean our respect and great affection for his goodness to all dogs.