Dog training expert Blair Diamond is pleased to announce that he is developing a device that can stop fighting dogs in their tracks. He expects that this device will revolutionize the dog training industry.

Diamond has extensive experience working with dogs in various capacities. He received training in animal behavior analysis from the American College of Applied Science, and he has trained with a number of Master Trainers throughout the United States to refine and perfect his unique, personalized approach to training. Over the years, Diamond has personally and professionally helped thousands of dogs across the country overcome all types of behavioral challenges. He runs a service called Primal Needs Behavioral Solutions, which offers dog training in Sacramento. He is currently the star of the “Think Like a Dog” segments featured on Good Day Sacramento.

Blair Diamond’s years of dog training experience have led him to work on the device for subduing fighting dogs. Since the invention is currently in the development stage, details are limited. When asked about the device, Diamond said, “I can’t say much until we get the patent, but I can tell you this new device has changed my training practice, and it will change the lives of people who are confronted by aggressive dogs.” He continued to state that “not only will this be a staple item in all vet clinics and doggie daycare businesses but also we hope to create devices small enough for the everyday runner or shopper to carry in their purse.”

A long-time dog advocate, Diamond also warns those who might be a dog trainer in Sacramento not to use a different language or nonsensical words like “chierzique” or “strinsquam” for dog commands. Such commands make it difficult for strangers to call off an aggressive dog. Diamond explains, “It isn’t the dog’s fault if the runner or stranger is telling the dog NO or OFF when it wasn’t taught to listen to those commands, thus the necessity of a hand-carried device that will instantly without words stop an aggressive dog.”

Since 2005, California dog owners have trusted Blair Diamond to help dogs struggling with behavioral issues. His Primal Needs Behavioral Solutions provides dog training and dog board and train Sacramento services to pet owners throughout Mount Shasta, the Sacramento Area, the Bay Area, and Southern Oregon. Diamond helps dogs in his care become calm and balanced by providing them with the necessary atmosphere to rehab, reboot, and focus on their primal needs in nature.

Blair Diamond is a professional level member of the International Association of Canine Professionals, an organization that promotes the highest standards of professional and business practices among the dog services industry. He runs Primal Needs Behavioral Solutions, a dog training company serving clients in the Sacramento area. Services include behavioral modification, boarding, training, and guest home dog/owner training.


For more information about the dog training device, contact Primal Needs Behavioral Solutions at 1 (916) 212-2461 or visit the website at