1 employee
16 years in business

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WE support five of the local animal shelters and offer behavior modification to assist in helping new adopted canines remain in thier new homes. 

With over 20 yrs of shelter training knowledge we specailize in canine fear and reactivity. 

I enjoy watching the canine to human bond build as the dog begins to get clearer instructions from the human. When the dog responds and the human smiles because thier dog did something right in thier eyes. It is truly a win win 

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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

We do a one on one evaulation when there is fear or reactivity issue being addressed. If there are any doubts about the canines abilities to be in a group setting with other dogs we request a one on one evaulation. It is at that time we determine which type of training would assist the new clients needs.  

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

15 yrs working with five local Shelters, 10 Breed rescues and 2 service dog organizations. I am a graduate of Animal Behavior College and have the honor of being referred by 10 local vet offices for behavior issues. 

How did you get started in this business?

I began training professionally at Animal Refue Center in 2002 and then opened my own facility in 2007. I started in a 900 sq ft. Facility, out grew it and moved into 1800 sq ft. After 1 year again I out grew that facilty and currently I am located in a 5000 sq ft Air conditioned Building. 

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

I would have tell that person to meet the trainer without your dog first. Ask to observe a class so you can see ho the trainer iteracts with the humans and the canine. Ask questions in person. Get references if you cannot observe the classes. Ask to meet some of the canines the traier has worked with. 

What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

What is the end goal, what do they truly want the dog to be like in a year, Can they committ to a training schedule for a time frame in their busy life and stick to it. What behaviors are they willing to live with and what behaviors are they concerned about.