The Los Angeles Times features a story about teaching dog tricks at the Zoom Room. The article appeared in over 125 newspapers and news magazines around the world – including the San Francisco Chronicle, Forbes and the London Telegraph – as well as the main web sites for TV stations such as ABC, CBS and NBC.
The winners of the Zoom Room’s Hollywood Dog Trick Contest announced, as judged by the editor of Dog Fancy, Animal Actors of Hollywood, and other luminaries!
We are looking forward to a fun-filled Fall with new classes starting soon! Stop in for an evaluation and recommendations to find the best class for your dog!
On September 12, 2010, the Zoom Room Hollywood will open its doors to celebrate the social aspect of dog ownership throughout Los Angeles.
Newfoundlands, Labradors and Golden Retrievers save drowning swimmers in Italy.
When USA Today decided to feature an article on the increasing demand among pet owners for ever more elaborate dog tricks, they turned to the Zoom Room’s top dog trainer Jaime Van Wye as their expert source.
Getty Images, the repository of our collective visual world, has selected our mascot, Clyde, and one of our wonderful Zoom Room clients, Zingo, a Goldendoodle (and his owner, Mikaela, an incredible pro golfer) to reside in their illustrious library.
On June 4 and 5, the Zoom Room hosted a Dog Agility Park at the Buddha Bark Wonder Park event in conjunction with the MTV Movie Awards. Situated in the gorgeous series of bungalows that comprise the Chaz Dean Studio in the heart of Hollywood, the two-day event featured doggie fashion shows, a gifting lounge, booths promoting pet wellness, and of course, our very own Dog Park.
Jaime Van Wye, founder of the Zoom Room, is interviewed on the popularity of the Skateboarding Dog. Teaching your dog to skateboard is part of Tricks Training class, and also something you can try right at home.
Fox Wire Terrier Ronnie was named Hero Dog of the Year by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Los Angeles on May 4, 2010.
On June 4th and 5th, the Zoom Room will host a special Dog Agility Park for celebrity MTV Movie Award attendees and their lucky four-legged friends at the Chaz Dean Studio in Hollywood.
FIRST PLACE WINNER in the America’s Best Dog Trick Contest! Jesse the Jack Russell Terrier began learning tricks through the motivation of tasty lunch meat. And when he was only nine weeks old, he taught himself how to sit up!
Your votes have been counted, and we’re delighted to announce the five finalists in the America’s Best Dog Trick Contest in support of positive dog training.
Victor, a four-year-old Poodle, was picked up as a stray by an animal shelter in Worcester. He was then adopted by American Poodles at Work (APAW) where he met his owner, Sharon. Watch their entry in the America’s Best Dog Trick Contest.
Jilli Dog, a Yorkie, was rescued from the streets as a sickly, messy little pup, almost 11 years ago by her owner, Rick. She has gone on to become a most amazing little pooch, making many people smile with her dog trick performances.