New Year’s Resolutions 2011
| Dec 27th, 2010

Five great New Year’s Resolutions for dogs and their owners – plus some exciting coupons and specials to use at the Zoom Room Hollywood.

What’s Your Dog’s New Year’s Resolution?
| Dec 23rd, 2010

Start the new year right! Stick to you New Year’s resolutions by signing up for classes at the Zoom Room.

Shy Dog Graduation
| Dec 15th, 2010

Tonight was the last night of our first graduating Shy Dog class at Zoom Room Hollywood. Among the graduates was Zelda, a King Charles Cavalier Spaniel and her owner, actor Seth Rogen.

Dog Runs Out Door
| Dec 11th, 2010

When a dog runs away by bolting out the front door, panic ensues. Learn how to prevent a runaway dog by understanding and conrolling this behavior problem.

CGC Test December
| Dec 7th, 2010

On December 18, from 2-3 pm, get your dog tested in the AKC’s Canine Good Citizen Test at the Zoom Room Hollywood. Space is limited to only ten dogs, so reserve your spot now!

Dog Sports
| Nov 29th, 2010

Canine sports have grown in popularity over the past twenty years, when the only competition your dog might face was who got the best spot on the couch. Today, dog sports are big business, with events held nationwide and big name sponsors on board for televised events. Animal Planet and even ESPN broadcast countless events each year, ranging from Earth Dog (tunnel work) to Flyball and Dog Agility.

Counter-Surfing Dog
| Nov 25th, 2010

Counter-surfing dogs often develop ingenious solutions to score food off of the counters, employing elaborate tactics to stealthily acquire and consume their “prey.” Stories abound about dogs that have learned how to open the refrigerator in order to consume the holiday turkey. Or the Pit Bull who stole an entire tin of Danish butter cookies off the counter and buried them under his bed for a week. (True story!)

Baby and Dog
| Nov 15th, 2010

Bringing home baby can be an exciting time for everyone in the household. The one exception may be your dog. A new baby, thrilling for parents, can be a source of tremendous anxiety for your dog, who may find that his world has been completely upended. However, with a little careful planning, most dogs adapt quite readily to the new arrival, and some absolutely adore babies.

Dog Digging
| Nov 12th, 2010

Digging dogs can cause all kinds of problems in the home, which can range from mildly irritating to downright dangerous. While wrecked flowers and ruined landscaping is expensive, a dog that digs to escape the yard can easily become lost or even killed.

Sign Up For Fall Courses Today!
| Sep 14th, 2010

Exercise benefits your pet mentally and physically. The Zoom Room is offering a new session of courses beginning this week!

Playing Well With Others
| Sep 7th, 2010

Socialization is one of the most important components of dog training. The Zoom Room combines training and agility with a safe, social experience for your dogs.

New classes start in September!
| Aug 19th, 2010

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!

Thank You Austin!
| Jul 19th, 2010

Thank you Austin for making the Zoom Room grand opening a huge success! We were also featured on KEYE news and in the Austin Business Journal!

Puppy Socialization
| May 1st, 2010

Early puppy socialization is critical. Research clearly demonstrates that puppies that grow up in isolation – both from other dogs as well as from a wide variety of humans – have a greater tendency to develop behavior problems later in life such as fear-based aggression. But for many years, dog owners have been advised to keep puppies safe at home for the first four months of their lives, in order to avoid infectious diseases. This puts the owner of a new puppy in a terrible predicament: keep your dog at home and risk psychological and behavioral complications, or take your dog out into the world and risk disease.

Get him off of me!
| Oct 3rd, 2009

Jumping is one of the most common behavior problems seen by dog trainers, and it can be an irritating habit to break. While cute – or at least seemingly innocuous when your dog is small – once your 80-pound Labrador leaps upon the house guests while you scream, “Don’t worry! He’s friendly!” things can get quickly out of hand.