Dog Training and Pig trainer in Los Angeles and Ventura County


“My goal is to help you become your dog’s best friend”
— Laura Bourhenne, CBDC, CPDT-KA
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We Offer Real, Effective Dog & Pig Training Solutions

Sharing life with a pet should be enjoyable and rewarding. But when problems pop up, they can create stress, anxiety and confusion for both animals and their people. Animal Attraction Unlimited offers real, effective solutions for everything from basic obedience to behavior modification in the comfort of your own home. Using positive, humane techniques you’ll finally have the relationship you’ve always wanted with your pet.


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Personalized, In-Home Dog Training

Whether you have a new puppy, a recently adopted rescue dog, or a dog who has a few behavior problems, AAU in-home training service offers customized training and attention in your dog’s own environment. From basic puppy manners to more serious issues like aggression, AAU will help you achieve success in a positive, fun and effective way.

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Training for Potbelly, Juliana and All Pet Pigs

Pigs can be great pets, but they can also be one of the most challenging to live with. Using the wrong methods (or none at all) can result in a pig that’s disruptive, aggressive, or totally out of control. With 30 years of experience in pig training, Laura can show you how to bring out the best in your pig and restore peace to your household.




Laura Bourhenne trains both dogs and pigs throughout the Los Angeles and Ventura County areas using only positive, science-based techniques. She founded Animal Attraction Unlimited in 1989 to help enrich the lives of people and their pets through her private, in-home training programs. Laura doesn’t believe in a “one size fits all” approach to training, so she’ll work one-on-one with you to put together a personalized plan that makes sense for you, your pet, and your situation.


“Laura is not so much a dog trainer as a miracle worker. In record time, our three “hopeless” dogs were putty in her hands. From curbing excessive barking to teaching our nervous and jittery rescue dog how to use the stairs, no job was too big or too small. I don’t so much recommend her as wonder how anyone could get along without her.”
— Dana Gould, writer, "The Simpsons"

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