K9 State Of Mind Our Services


Does your dog simply refuse to listen? Has he or she been acting out lately for no apparent reason or in response to a recent environmental change? If you’re having a hard time getting your dog to behave, obedience training could be the answer. At K-9 State Of Mind, I provide obedience training for dogs of all ages. Whether you’ve had the same dog for years or have recently adopted a new puppy, I will work with you and your dog to make home life far more pleasant.

Don’t give in to the frustration of living with a disobedient dog. Instead, sign up for one of my convenient obedience training programs, and get ready to notice a marked improvement in your dog’s behavior. When you come to me, I will take the time to understand your needs and recommend solutions designed to help you and your favorite friend live harmoniously.

With convenient scheduling and friendly, knowledgeable service, I’m the professional to turn to when you need obedience training for your dog. For more information about my programs and services, call K-9 State Of Mind today.


Are you afraid to let your dog walk around off leash? You’re not alone. Even if your dog is well-trained, letting your favorite friend off leash in public may not be appropriate if you’re not sure how he’ll react or are fearful that he’ll pounce on strangers or run away. So if you’re looking to reap the benefits of being able to give your dog freedom from his leash, come to K-9 State Of Mind to learn more about my off leash obedience training.

As a dog owner, it’s important to take responsibility for your pet’s actions. So before you let him off leash in public, you’ll want to make sure he’s been properly trained. And that’s where I come in. When you come to K-9 State Of Mind, I’ll help your dog develop the appropriate behaviors to make allowing him off leash a safe and viable option.
If you’re looking for off leash obedience training, I am the professional to turn to. Call or visit me today for more information about the services I offer.



If you’re searching for a highly experienced pet sitter in Boothwyn, PA, who you can trust with your beloved animal and your home, go with my service, K-9 State Of Mind. I’m a disabled veteran who served six years in the military, including a tour in Iraq, and I’ve trained a number of military dogs, service dogs, therapy dogs, and pets for civilian clients. I’m deeply passionate about the needs and well-being of animals, and I’m committed to giving all pets the attentive care they deserve.

My primary goal is to be a top-notch pet sitter who acts as an extension of your family for your pet. I’m highly responsive and accessible when my clients need my services, and many customers note that my attention to detail and ability to accurately follow instructions make pet sitting a pleasant and hassle-free experience for them and their four-legged companions.

When residents throughout Delaware County need a pet sitter who provides exceptional customer service, they turn to K-9 State Of Mind. I offer senior and veteran discounts for my services. Call me, Jason Michael Venini, today for a free consultation.



Do you work long hours, often leaving your dog home alone from early morning till night? Do you have a perpetually busy schedule that doesn’t allow you to walk your dog as often as you’d like? Ignoring your dog’s needs simply isn’t an option. So if you’re looking for a reliable dog walking service in Boothwyn, PA, you’ve come to the right place.

At K-9 State Of Mind, I offer a wide range of dog walking services in Boothwyn, PA. Whether you need my help once a day or once a week, I’ll be more than happy to accommodate. I’m comfortable handling dogs of all ages and sizes; and I keep my rates reasonable while providing the attentive, friendly service you and your pets deserve.

If you need a dependable dog walker in Boothwyn, PA, there’s only one call you’ll need to make. Contact me now for more information or to schedule your service.


For a modern and effective dog training service in Boothwyn, PA, choose K-9 State Of Mind. I’m a disabled veteran who has experience training military dogs, service dogs, and therapy dogs. Whether your companion is showing signs of general disobedience or aggression, I’m confident that I’m the pet trainer you need to resolve behavioral issues and create a more harmonious relationship and living environment for you and your dog.

My passion for helping animals and their owners is only surpassed by my desire to provide excellent customer service. Through my service, I hope to help you better understand your pet and assist you in communicating commands and desired behaviors more effectively. Clients trust me to train their dogs because I’m:

  • Highly experienced
  • Detail-oriented
  • Fully licensed, bonded, and insured

At K-9 State Of Mind, I offer free consultations so potential clients can determine if my style of training is the right fit for them and their dogs. I travel to homes throughout Delaware County and the surrounding area to work with pets, and clients can always bring their dogs to my facility. Contact me, Jason Michael Venini, today for more information about my dog training service.



Puppy Class

Puppies will learn basic manners with humans and socialization skills with other dogs. They will also learn some commands to prepare them for the Beginners group class.

Beginners Group Class

You will be in a class with up to 9 other dogs and their owners and learn basic obedience. You get 6 sessions in a 9 week span. you can use your 6 sessions anyway you wish during the 9 weeks.

Advanced Group Class

You will be a class with up to 7 other dogs and their owners and learn advanced obedience. You get 6 sessions in a 9 week span. You may use your 6 sessions anyway you wish within the 9 week span.

K-9 6 Week Boot Camp

Your dog will come live with me for six weeks and learn basic and advanced obedience using state of mind dog training. Week 7 you will come learn how to handle your dog and keep them at the same level of obedience.

Socialization Class

Your dog will learn basic social skills. Like learning how to communicate with other dogs, how to play, how to correct another dog, and how to take a correction. This is very important for young dogs to prevent any type of aggression or insecurities as your dog grows older.

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