December Puppies
| Dec 9th, 2010

We have an amazing bunch of lovable puppies in class this December including a Great Dane, a Mini Doodle, a Pug and THREE Shiba Inus! From the photos you can see that they’ve all clearly mastered “sit” as well as some wonderful puppy manners, excellent socialization and an A for Adorable.

The Social “Petwork”
| Oct 23rd, 2010

The Zoom Room Culver City invites you to run, jump, and play with us as part of our social “petwork.”

Puppy Playgroup Now at the Zoom Room!
| Oct 15th, 2010

Puppy socialization plays a critical role in determining how a dog will interact with his world, so bring your puppy to Puppy Playgroup at the Zoom Room!

Two New Puppy Classes Added to Schedule
| Oct 11th, 2010

Zoom Room Culver City is now offering two new puppy classes starting October 18.

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!

Dog Agility on Good Day L.A.
| Jun 14th, 2010

On June 14, Fox 11′s Good Day L.A. visited the Zoom Room in Culver City to take a look at dog agility training in our “Doggie Gym.”

Puppy STAR
| Jun 12th, 2010

The AKC now offers the Puppy S.T.A.R. distinction, similar to the Canine Good Citizen Test, but reserved for puppies, to evaluate and reward accomplished puppy training.

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.

Introducing a New Dog
| Sep 28th, 2009

Bringing home a new dog can be exciting for you, but your resident dog may have a differing view on the new arrival. Just as human babies can disrupt the balance at home and create behavioral issues for younger children dealing with a new sibling, a new puppy or dog can wreck havoc on your home’s serenity. Introducing a new dog into the household appropriately can go a long way toward making sure the transition is a smooth one.

Puppy Kindergarten vs. Puppy Preschool
| Aug 29th, 2009

When new puppy owners come to our Puppy Preschool classes, they often ask, “So after this, do we take Puppy Kindergarten?” After all, with humans there’s a definite difference between preschool and kindergarten. (As everyone knows, preschool is where kids learn to eat paste; and kindergarten is where they learn to put paste in the cute girl’s hair.)