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Pooch Coach Training Tips with Beverly Ulbrich


We had the pleasure of speaking with Charly Kayle for her podcast. Listen in to get some great advice on dog training and learn some of the common mistakes people make.


The Pooch Coach Dog Training was recently interviewed by our local NPR (National Public Radio) station, KALW. Host Marty Nemko wanted to hear from the SF Bay Area’s most renowned and experienced canine behaviorist what it was like to become and work as a dog trainer. We covered some canine training tips, answered some listener’s questions, and Beverly explained why shock collars are so detrimental to dogs and their people.

Listen to the full interview here:

The Pooch Coach NPR Dog Trainer Interview

KRON4 Local Hero

We are thrilled to announce that The Pooch Coach was chosen as a “KRON4 Local Hero” for all the work we’ve been doing for our neighborhood during the shelter in place.


Learn more about the award by clicking HERE.

Beverly on CBS News"Do dogs feel shame?" Feb 2014

“Winning at Both Ends of the Leash”
Noe Valley Voice October 2018

Pooch Coach Noe Valley Voice Article

Beverly on CBS Pitbull attack August 11, 2011

The Pooch Coach speaks up against using  physical violence or hitting in dog training.  August 2015

Beverly on ABC doing a live interview
on the fatal pitbull attack – August 12, 2011

Beverly was interviewed on Bloomberg News April 2014

Press and Media

Beverly with Mike Rowe, host of Evening Magazine

Beverly was KRON4 Weekend News’ Dog Commentator.

Monthly dog training tips and advice. Meet local rescues, shelters, dog therapy groups and other great dog organizations.


See some of her live TV segments here


Beverly on CBS 5 Tips For Preventing Dog Attacks

Beverly & Mike during the shoot, with a client’s dog

Photo of Beverly being filmed for CBS news 
with Mike Sugerman

Photo of Beverly being interviewed by Susan Blake of KRON4 news about avoiding aggression in dogs


Beverly on Eyewitness News talking about
how to recognize aggression in dogs

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