I care about my clients specific needs. I listen to their goals and expectations, and form a treatment plan that is best for the individual. I take my time, even if it's on my own time, to make sure my client has a full understanding about our lesson before leaving them on their own. I will never make my clients feel inferior, ignorant, and in any way guilty for not knowing something, but instead will take my time to breakdown explain or even give examples to help the client better understand their canine companion
I actually love the process of diagnosing whatever behavioral issue the animal is having, and then problem solving for that individual animal. At times there several can be many different ways or approaches solving issues with behavior, but unfortunately not every approach will work for every animal. This process can be very mentally draining for not only the dog, but the trainer/owner as well... And when you have an animal with a complex issue who is unresponsive at first... It's like winning the jackpot when you find the approach that was needed. And it's even better getting a text from your client the following day saying that their dog is acting like a completely different dog, and that they are so happy. One of the most rewarding parts to training is knowing you had the capability to make such a difference.
At first I thought I got a good trainer for my dog. She went through with me what she was going to start first with him. But in the end just for two days, it was not worth it. I wasted $90 on her training that I thought it could've helped my dog and I. She never answered my text or contact me back for two weeks. Which is sad for me, I had hope. I don't recommend this trainer for anybody else.
I studied and did hands in experience through animal behavior college to earn my training certificate