I have formed wonderful, long lasting relationships with clients, who can call me at any time, for any reason. I love what I do for
I have been a certified trainer and a dog handler for over 25 years. Rusty was and still remains, many years later - my mentor. I couldn't help but see the happiness he brought to people's lives by coaching them on how to raise a well behaved puppy.
I made a decision that puppy & dog training truly changed the quality of people's lives - one person and one pet at a time.
Positive reinforcement training allows people to learn how to motivate their pet, hence allowing them to enjoy them at a typically frustrating stage of development. It is so rewarding to watch the transformations made from snippy little puppies to attentive, growing pets who are acknowledging the learned boundaries that make life fun for both owner and pet.
I am the luckiest person in the world to be able to touch so many lives, one life & puppy at a time. Training has not only changed other peoples lives in a wonderful way, but it has also had a deep effect on my own life. I have formed wonderful, long lasting relationships with clients, who can call me at any time for any reason. I love what I do for a living, and I realize not everyone gets to say that!
After all these years, there is nothing more satisfying in my work than completing a training and making such a positive difference
I have been in the puppy business since I was 14 years old. I guess you could say, it's been a "family affair". Our family - for more than three generations - has owned kennels (top breeders), grooming businesses and continue to work in - in house boarding.
I began the training business some 40+ years ago. Having originally owned my own breeding service for many years, I found that people would bring their loveable little pups home and then suddenly 2 weeks, 2 months or even 2 years later, they would call (half out of their minds) asking for help. Many felt that all previous attempts at training did not stop their pet's unwanted behaviors.
Most of us have no idea how to house break or train a new pet. We compare our new pets to our former pets, hoping all will fall in line. All breeds, actually - all dogs are different. Their motivation, energy and emotions are completely individual. It is very common for issues to turn up that you wouldn't expect. After all these years, there is nothing more satisfying in my work than completing a training and making such a positive difference in people's homes, one family at a time.