Precision K-9 MISSION:
Provide a training program resulting in a confident,
happy and obedient dog as well as a confident, happy and satisfied
Cudd is a professional dog trainer and experienced search and
rescue dog handler. Her understanding of dog behavior and her ability
to use a variety of different training techniques, provides a superior
approach to behavior modification and advanced obedience. Paula’s
ability to recognize and explain issues between dogs and handlers
combined with her positive style of teaching makes successful dog
training the norm. She takes pride in being formally educated in
training and spending hundreds of hours each year continuing her
education as a professional trainer. Paula's email: email@example.com Credentials
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Paula worked her blueticks, bloodhound and GSD as nationally certified search dogs in multiple disciplines. They
are utilized by law enforcement agencies on an on-call basis. As
President and Training Director with Treasure Valley Search Dogs, ISARD member and a reserve member of Elmore County Sheriff's Search and Rescue,
Paula spends many hours volunteering. She has worked with the Canyon
County Sheriff's Office K-9 Unit as an Assistant Trainer/Handler.
K-9 has a program that trains your dog positively and efficiently, teaching
you how to control your dog at all times. The training methods are
fair and effective and based on dog psychology and how dogs instinctually
learn. Training with Precision K-9 will enable you to confidently:
your dog off leash in any environment worry free
acts of aggression or other unwanted behaviors
your dog and be rewarded with immediate response
control while still showing your affection
training camp, private in-home training and group classes for dog
owners in the Treasure Valley, Precision K-9 has the solution for
you, whether it’s training your new puppy, improving your
dog’s obedience and reliability, fixing behavior problems
or competition obedience.
more about doing search work with dogs at the
Valley Search Dogs website.