Sarah Anderson has been working with dogs for over 20 years and has been
training them professionally for 9. A certified trainer for Association
of Pet Dog Trainers as well as the American Kennel Club, Sarah teaches 5
to 7 group obedience classes a week, including puppy classes, advanced
obedience with a focus on the Canine Good Citizen Test, Trick Training,
Flyball, Agility, Pet First Aid and specialty classes for Deaf Dogs. She
also does in home training by appointment. For more information on her
training services, please visit
Volunteering her training skills for local Los Angeles County shelters,
as well as for several pure and mixed breed dog rescue groups including
Boxer Rescue LA - (www.boxer-rescue-la.com)
Save the Dalmatians of Southern California (www.savethedals.org), Noah's
and Animals Rule (www.animalsrule.org)
Sarah also edits the Boxer Rescue LA newsletter, works with available
deaf and hearing boxers awaiting homes, and provides discounted training
for all dogs adopted from Boxer Rescue LA.
Sarah lives and trains in Los Angeles with her three rescue dogs:
Dodger: A four year-old fawn boxer, who specializes in agility, trick
seminars, obedience demonstrations and socialization exercises with dog
Twist: A one-year-old deaf white boxer, who specialties are
socialization exercises with dog aggressive dogs and is currently
working on his CGC title and learning agility.
Dakota: A seven year-old Black Lab/German Shorthair Pointer mix that
does Flyball and agility.
Working out of the southern California area has given Sarah many
opportunities to do what she loves, train dogs and teach other people
how to nurture and improve the bond between themselves and their pets.
She is always available for phone or e-mail consultations.