John Riboni

Deputy Sheriff at Los Angeles County

Location:
12400 Imperial Highway 2Nd Floor, Norwalk, California, United States
Company:
Los Angeles County
HQ Phone:
(562) 860-5050
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Last Updated 11/9/2017

General Information

Affiliations

Founder  - Placer County Schutzhund Club

Founder  - German Shepherd Watch Dogs

Founder  - GSW

Director of K9 Training  - Rocklin Police Department

Web References  

German Shepherd Watch Dogs Who We Are - German Shepherd Watch Dogs

John Riboni's experience and background:
Deputy Sheriff with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department for 13 years. Professional police canine trainer, currently under contract for 5 Northern California law enforcement agencies.

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About German Shepherd Watch Dogs for Executives and Protection

German Shepherd Watchdogs LLC was co-founded by John Riboni and Ron Kester in Loomis, California.
John Riboni enjoys an impeccable reputation in the police canine community and has competed at all levels in the demanding dog sport of Schutzhund. John has imported and trained champion dogs, and coached many canine handlers. He is recognized internationally as a leading sporting dog competitor and dog training expert. His background and accomplishments speak for themselves. World Class German Shepherd Training Credentials John Riboni's experience and background: Deputy Sheriff with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department for 13 years. Professional police canine trainer, currently under contract for 5 Northern California law enforcement agencies.

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Blindness no obstacle for dog trainer | The Chicago Lighthouse

John Riboni, a retired Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy who is also a police and sport dog trainer, first watched Riche in action in the late 1980s.
"Tom is short and grouchy," Riboni said. Riboni said protection dogs sense the challenge from an excellent helper, whose job is to test a dog's true courage when it comes face-to-face with the "bad guy." "People don't realize that Tom can't see a plate of food in front of him but he catches these dogs coming at him 25 to 30 miles per hour without injuring them," Riboni said.

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