Tip Top K9 – Owasso
About Our Location:
At our Owasso dog training location you will find professional dog trainers who truly live to give dogs a better quality of life.
The owner and head trainer of this location is a native Oklahoman. Adam has been involved in pit bull rescue and rehabilitation for over 15 years and is used to dealing with aggressive dogs.
“Our team and location has been one of the top ranked dog trainers in the state of Oklahoma for the last few years and we are more than capable of dealing with all types of dogs! From super aggressive to super cuddly I’m pretty sure we can help you out. If you are wondering if Tip Top K9 Owasso is for you then give us a call today. Wether your dog is killing chickens or pottying in the house or jumping on your little ones we can help.”
The Owasso, Oklahoma location serves all the surrounding area’s dog training needs including Claremore, Bartlesville, Collinsville, and Verdigris. We come out to your house and work your dog there so if your wondering stop wondering and give us a call on our local line 918-404-5985.
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Recent Owasso dog training success stories:
Bella the Golden Retriever
Bella was an out of control golden retriever puppy who couldn’t wait to climb you then pull you down the street. Her heart was in the right place, but she was definitely a handful. Because of her bad habits her owners Mike and Nicole couldn’t really take Bella for a walk or anywhere else for that matter!
After 4 weeks of Bootcamp, her life has drastically changed for the better. Now instead of running to and jumping all over new people, she sits at your feet and waits for love to come to her. No need to worry about pulling on the leash either, Bella is now 100% off leash!
Lucy the Husky!
Lucy was just a small town pup trying to make it in the big city. Her favorite hobbies were helping herself to the family dinner and long walks around the park pretending she was a sled dog. She hated car rides and listening to anyone who was talking to her.
Now after 6 weeks of training, she has pulled herself together and is a model citizen. She still loves walks around the park, but takes a relaxed stroll instead of sprinting to the end of the leash. She no longer tries to sneak food from the counter when your back is turned, and can instead stay on her bed and watch dinner being made from the living room.
Lulu the Doodle!
Lulu was just your everyday Doodle puppy. What she lacked in coordination, she more than made up for with crazy. She was an escape artist and would love to be chased around the neighborhood and parkour through the house!
After just 4 weeks of private in-home training, she had a new lease on life. Instead of taking off down the street every time the front door was opened, she now just stays on her cot. Lulu still has her same loving and affectionate personality, but now channels her energy into running laps around the backyard pool instead of the neighborhood!
Adonis, COMPLETELY UNRULY. The owner, Catrina, was at her wits end. There was never a moment when Adonis had all four feet on the ground. He was the provider of many a fat lip to anyone who dared enter his bubble. Completely unmanageable on and off leash. He played rough with both people and dogs alike.
After completing a rigorous 6-week bootcamp, Adonis, turned himself around. His attention fully at the task at hand, Adonis is becoming a model citizen. No longer the agent of chaos, he has been permitted a place on the couch to relax and cuddle.
Salvy the Goldendoodle, Destroyer of All Material Things. A sweet and lovable dog with a bit of a chewing problem. Salvy ruined thousands of dollars’ worth of furniture and outdoor equipment. Salvy had a hard time sitting still and coming when called.
After 4 weeks in bootcamp, Salvy, has become a role model for doodles everywhere. Furniture has been saved from the jaws of doodledom. His owner, Michelle, enjoys his company now and no longer worries what she’ll come home to.
Scarlett was a lightning bolt with fur. A nonstop ball of energy that would do “zoomies” all day long. She loved to share her family’s breakfast, helping herself to whatever they left on the counters. A favorite trick of hers was to take the owner’s full hot cup of coffee off the table and run through out the house with it. If counter surfing was an Olympic sport, she would take the gold.
After 4 weeks of Bootcamp, Scarlett, was a brand-new pup. Her manners are impeccable. Countertops and coffee are understood to be off limits. Her lightning bolt energy is best served outside with plenty of play and exercise and the indoors are met with certain boundaries. She’s become an overall , good girl.
A pit bull named, Snoop, was a freight train on a leash. Snoop was and is very good natured, very eager to please but had no idea what a leash meant or any understanding of boundaries. His size and strength made him nearly impossible to handle.
After 4 weeks at bootcamp Snoop heels like a champ even for the owner’s young son! The owner, Meloni, was so confident in his behavior and what both they and snoop had learned that they were able to let him roam the office space at their family run business.
Winchester (Winnie) the lab was/ is a friendly and loveable dog, but the meaning of personal space was completely lost on her. The owner’s, Kevin and Michelle, were hoping for a lovable, polite inside dog they could share with friends and family. What they got was a dog they had to tie to the coffee table to prevent her from assaulting guests with her overly affectionate ways. Pulling on a leash was a must for her and bolting out the front door was a fun adventure.
After 3 weeks of bootcamp training, Winnie, was a pro. No more jumping, no more bolting out the door and best of all she could off leash heel like a champ!
Coop, “The Terror of Tenkiller”. A giant German Shepard that loved his family, but that’s about all he loved. He was very protective of his family and his property. His favorite past times included:
Running visitors up trees.
Biting the daughter’s boyfriend.
Flattening ATV tires, with his teeth, while it’s moving.
After 4 vigorous weeks of Bootcamp training, Coop, turned over a new leaf. No longer a terror, Coop made amends with the daughter’s boyfriend by letting him pet him for the first time. He no longer deflates ATV tires and he loves greeting visitors to their home.