RON PACE, founder and owner of Canyon Crest K-9 Training Center has been a highly respected dog trainer/instructor for over 35 years. Often considered a "trainer’s trainer," author of "Who’s The Boss, a step by step guide for any … show more
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RON PACE, founder and owner of Canyon Crest K-9 Training Center has been a highly respected dog trainer/instructor for over 35 years. Often considered a "trainer’s trainer," author of "Who’s The Boss, a step by step guide for any dog owner that wants to have a better relationship with their dog. He is much sought after for his expertise in helping owners resolve canine behavior including; aggression nuisance barking, jumping up, chewing and much more. Ron has spent years researching the different aspects of dog training and perfecting humane methods of communicating with your dog.
Ron has worked as an instructor for the Washington State Police K-9 Association and has provided dogs and training for numerous agencies. He was the first civilian trainer to be contracted to search for narcotics in Washington state schools. Ron has provided trained dogs for TV commercials, music videos and documentaries. Most recently Fox News and JoeTV aired segments on Ron’s training called "Wild About Animals" and WHADUYADO." Both programs are nationally syndicated. Ron’s successful training methods have been nationally publicized in newspapers and on networks such as CNN, CBS and NBC. He has performed hundreds of demonstrations, entertaining and educating thousands of people.
In 2009 he expanded the business by founding Dogabetics, which serves type 1 and 2 diabetics by training medical alert dogs to respond to changes in human blood sugar levels. He was the first to bring service dogs into Washington and Oregon public schools. He received the Local Hero of the Year Award through the Juvenile Diabetics Research Foundation to honor his outstanding contributions to diabetes education and research.
In 2010 Ron Pace’s Canyon Crest was awarded The Torch Award by the Better Business Bureau for Western Washington’s Small Business of the Year. He was also the recipient of South Sound Magazine’s 2011 Best Dog Trainer Award. Ron’s CPR rescue of Sugar, the Boxer...