Training Options:
Training Assessment: 1hr. (In your home)
Obedience Training: 1hr. a week for 2 to 4 weeks.
Aggression Training: 2 hr. a week for 6-8 weeks.

Board & Train: 6 weeks of in-home training. 
Home Introduction Session: 2hr. & Phone support.
Phone Training Consultation:

Please email for prices and to setup a date & time for a phone consultation.

Temperament Test: 1hr.
Per Adoption Assessment: 1hr.
Cash, Credit Cards & Personal Checks

Traveling Fee:
Applies to residents that live outside the San Fernando Valley area, please call or email for more information.
10/90: Social Stuctured Training
All training programs are formulated to fit your Pit bull's training needs.
Post In-Home Training Questions:
Training questions via text or email are at no extra charge.

Unless I leave L.A., any dog I have in the future will be trained by Jesse R. Booker.
Howie W.
Los Angels, Ca
Your Success Is My Success:
If I were to give my training programs a success rate percentage, it would be around an 80%. This percentage is based on the time and effort that my clients have put into their training programs. My 10/90 social structured training programs are created with simplicity in mind. The fact is that most dog trainers make training difficult for owners and in turn make it difficult for their dogs to follow, understand and learn. Dogs are truly simple creatures that can be easily confused.
When an owner creates structure in the home, the dog thrives because it has a good understanding of who's in charge. This helps the dogs be less frustrated and more confident in their owner as leader. How a dog behaves depends a lot on how we interact with them. In a dog’s word there has to be a pecking order. That order is A system or organization in which groups of dogs are ranked one above the other according to status or authority.
I know this because, I've seen it time and time again with dog / human interactions. If there's no balance in the home dynamics and the system breaks down the dog starts to take advantage and wants to be in charge . It's in its nature to do so because it see's that no one is taking the top position. The position of being top dog is very stressful for dogs, casusing it to have behavioral issues due to such responsibility.  This system has been around for thousands of years and to say that it’s not present within dogs is to not have a very good understanding of canine behavior. It is probably one of the most clear nonverbal body languages that dogs have. It is a communication, where thoughts, intentions or feelings are expressed by physical behaviors, such as facial expressions, body posture, gestures, eye movement, touch and use of space.

A Dogs Mindset:
A well-balanced dynamics in the home is key, and why making you the owner an integral part of training is so important. With my help you can take your dogs current mindset, and set it back to a balanced healthy dogs mindset. Our human interactions with our dogs can cause them to become unbalanced, but the good news is that we can undo those effects through training.
Sophie's Story
I rescued my little Pit Bull when I was volunteering at Best Friends. I saw her in her kennel and it was love. I brought her home and she bonded with me immediately, which is wonderful, but it was too much. She had a hard time letting anyone in the house, and would growl and bark at anyone who came in. She was also very timid and lacked confidence. I needed help getting her over these issues, as I knew she’d be way happier if she did. Jesse R. Booker was a huge help to me. He helps you to understand what is going on with the dog and what they are thinking which makes all the difference. Working with him to help Sophie get over her issues really taught me a lot. Not only about her, but how my actions and reactions make all the difference as well. He’s very patient and encouraging and always available for questions and support.
Laura R.
Los Angeles, CA