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Hollywood Dog Training School
10805 Van Owen
St. N. Hollywood Ca 91605
(818) 762 2411
http://hollywooddogtrainingschool.com

Hollywood Dog Training School

If there is hallowed ground for Hollywood canines, it is not the plaza
outside Grauman’s Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard where The Artist star, Uggie,
recently left his pawprint. The hallowed spot for four-legged movie stars would be on the
grounds of the Hollywood Dog Training School, a spot that was a hotel of sorts for the betterknown of the “furry lovelies” during the 1930s-60s.
Today the school is owned by Richard Karl, who bought it in 1978. Karl’s mission has been to
bring the focus of the school to the pet he sees as a true and natural star—the family dog.
With a background in human counseling and many years spent developing his dog training
techniques at locations all over the country, Rick Karl has turned the Hollywood Dog Training
School into a place where anyone can bring their dogs for boarding or training or doggy day
care. Cats are welcome, too. The rich and famous still come, of course, but they are the owners
of the dogs now, not the dogs themselves.

The School’s Background
The school was started in 1927 by Carl Spitz, Sr., a German immigrant who had learned dog
training from the man considered to be the “Father of Dog Training,” Colonel Konrad Most.
Spitz found work in Hollywood, training dogs for the movies. He is best-known for training his
family dog, Terry, to be Toto in the Wizard of Oz. (More about Terry next week.)
The first location of Spitz’s school was a ten-acre parcel near Laurel Canyon Blvd. Because he
was housing Hollywood lovelies, the accommodations were grander than most kennels.
According to the school’s website, the property featured two kennels, each 150-feet long,
southern exposure, long runs to each kennel, a large grass playground, showers in each
section, and several porcelain bathtubs with hot and cold water, an electric dryer, and a special
kitchen where “vegetable and beef bone soup was cooked for dinner for the distinguished
boarders.

The 3 Methods To Train Your Dog
School’s out, Summer’s here and everyone wants to know what is the best way to get
your dog trained.
There are basically 3 ways to get your dog trained:

 Park or group classes
 Private one on one “In-Home” training
 In-Board training

TRAINING PRICES
Puppy Kindergarten

$2150.00

Basic On-Leash

$2150.00

Advanced Off-Leash

$2150.00

Full Course

$4100.00

GROOMING
Cats

$27.50 and up

Dogs

$27.50 and up

There is an extra charge for administering medications, special foods and second feeds.
Medications are $2.50 per approach
Special & Second feeds are $2.50 per feeding
Shots are $3.00 each


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