K9 University is an educational institution focusing on a variety of high-end dog bite safety training and products. We are recommended by veterinarians due to our in-depth behavioral knowledge.
Angel Soriano, Founder, President & CEO
Our founder is an established trainer and a dog behavioral expert. He and his educational staff have active memberships with the American Dog Trainers Association (ADTA), the National Dog Trainers Association (NDTA), and the Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT); who have been involved in advanced dog disciplines since 1985. Some of our dog training disciplines include advanced practices such as Occupational Dog Bite Safety (Canine Assault Prevention), personal protection training. We also train dogs for police , search, rescue and recovery, and drug dogs; which gives us credible expertise at properly reading dogs and dealing with problematic or difficult behavioral conditions.
Over the years, we’ve developed modern, patented and copy written behavioral techniques that equip our students with the tools and the confidence to accurately read aggressive dog behaviors, and properly defuse a dangerous situation.
Our Training Staff
We at the “U” are proud of our staff and what they stand for, and are happy to state that all of our instructors have been certified as K9 University behavioral trainers. All training staff teaches the same patented and copy written method that our founder created. We all follow the same reliable disciplines and achieve the same repeatable results.
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We have nine instructors onboard that will ensure your training needs are fulfilled. Our instructors are the very best and must qualify their talents and abilities through continuing education. Our instructors bring with them over 120 years of combined training experience, and in-depth knowledge.
Our facility is located at 9217 NW Expressway, in Oklahoma City. We are proud of our state-of-the-art seven-acre training facility — over five acres of plush green training grounds, plus a comfortable 5,000 sq. foot climate controlled training building.