Many dogs are returned to shelters because new owners don’t know how to deal with “kennel crazies” while the dog is trying to adjust to its new home. Consequently, as an Honor Graduate with Animal Behavior College I spent my first year working only as a volunteer with shelter dogs.
I’m now offering my services to the general public on a limited, part time basis. My philosophy on dog training is that most owners don’t want to be professional dog trainers, they want a well trained dog. I work with your dog to accomplish the goals you set, and then teach you how to maintain the behaviors you want.
It’s less stressful on you and your dog. Thank you for your interest!