Alexia Rodriguez has been involved in the world of AKC conformation shows since she was 12 years old. She and her mother used to show and breed Japanese Chins. As an adult, Alexia continues to compete in AKC conformation, AKC Rally, Schutzhund and now Mondio Ring. Alexia breeds Cane Corso and Lowchen and has had immense success in the show and performance venues with both breeds of dogs.
Alexia has learned from the absolute best trainers in US and is proud an honored that they have taken her under their wing to teach her their techniques. As any person who is passionate about dogs, learning is never ending. Alexia continues to seek guidance from her mentors and hone her skills. This is a never-ending journey.
The majority of techniques used are based on Michael Ellis School of Dog Training program. Alexia has been fortunate to study under many graduates of the Michael Ellis school as well as Oscar Mora of Elevated Canine in Los Angeles. While Alexia is considered a balanced trainer, meaning she does employ tools in training, it is NOT the first or even second tool she reaches for when working with dogs. All dogs are evaluated as individuals and a training program is tailored for each dogs' and owners' unique needs.