Welcome to CB K9 Training

Located in OFallon, Missouri, USA west of St. Louis

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My Story

Positive Reinforcement Based: Adding something pleasurable to Increase behavior

At CB K9, you will receive positive reinforcement based training style emphasizing engagement and play. You'll learn the importance of paying attention to your dog's behavior, paying your dog's attention and paying attention to your environment to better communicate and set your dog up for success. You can expect that I am constantly continuing my education in a variety of sports and activities to become a more well-rounded trainer,  helping you with any of your dog training needs. You can choose from private to online classes, in home, at a park, out in public, anywhere you need assistance. You will receive the same care I have provided my students over 20 years in the high school art classroom. You can count on friendly, caring communication and training for both you and your canine partner. From impulse control and obedience to complex commands, sport bitework and fun pet tricks—no pet is untrainable and you can count on me.

 

About Me

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Mighty Quinn has given me the confidence to travel across the United States, hiking, exploring and attending lots of seminars. He is my first protection sports dog, and we titled to IPO3 utilizing +R methods without the use of any corrective tools. He is that special once in a lifetime dog.

Quinn vom Logan Haus IPO3 CCF3 brevet FPr3 RNX CGC TT born 12/22/09

Ucon is the dog that got me started into Search and Rescue. We've tried dock diving, weight pull, frisbee league, UpDog, agility, mondioring, IGP and barnhunt. What I always fell back on was his amazing nose. Instead of trying to work against it, I embraced his desire to smell all the things, and we started down the path of Search and Rescue. He started with area search live find and worked hard learning cadaver search. He's currently my hiking buddy.

UCon BH CGC TT DS 6/22/16

Checkmate is my try-the-bite-sports dog. He has his entry title into IGP, mondioring and PSA using positive reinforcement as our primary training quadrant. He's given numerous people their first bite in a suit or IGP sleeve because he's such a safe, clear headed dog. He had a total hip replacement to give him a better quality of life, and now he's my hiking buddy and all around sport dog to try all the things.

Checkmate PSA PDC, BH, brevet, CGCA, DS, TT 8/10/17

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My pup is always Rad even if sometimes she is only Rad-ish. She is my current Search and Rescue cadaver dog. She is a malinois x labrador oopsie pup that fell into my life at the right moment. She's up for any adventure and learns wicked fast. I'm very excited for her future in the SAR world.

Rad-ish
Born 2/20/21

Crystal has been training dogs since 2006 and traveled the nation learning and competing in various protection sports.  She is a certified trial helper through GSDCA for IGP and training decoy for mondioring. Through extensive traveling and training, she has titled several different dogs in several different protection sports, dock diving, agility, weight pull and rally. She is training her newest K9 for human remains detection. Crystal is the Training Director for the Evolution Working Dog Club located in St. Louis, Mo and co-host of the K9 Detection Collaborative podcast.

Crystal Wing

You can find me at K9Sensus in Iowa and Kawa Farms teaching Functional Obedience, Engagement, Play and IGP Helper skills in various seminars. Be sure to check out K9Sensus where the focus is providing detection and working dog handlers and trainers modern and effective training and educational opportunities that link science to practice. The education is based on using motivational techniques which include markers, toys and food to train your dog.

 

Contact Us

O'Fallon, MO 63366

‪(636) 674-9496‬

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