All of our trainers
- are continually educating themselves based on current, scientifically proven research.
- pride themselves in the use of positive, force free methods.
- train dogs quickly and effectively without the use of training aids like pinch or shock collars
- own and work with rescue dogs. They understand the uniqueness of these dogs
- are the recommended trainers for several local rescue groups.
- are nationally certified or working towards a national certification
- are pet first aid and CPR certified
“I love when an entire family comes to class. The more people that work with the dog consistently, the better the dog will do!”
“Just like people, education is a lifelong endeavor. You don’t send your child to preschool and expect them to go get a job. Don’t send your dog to puppy class and think they’re done learning!”
Come meet Sarah, take a class, and stop those bad behaviors in their tracks!
Erin has always been interested in animal behavior. She has volunteered for animal shelters and rescues for many years. Prior to working as a dog trainer, she worked as a veterinary technician in both hospital and shelter settings. When she adopted her dog, Zoey, she decided it was time to really pursue her dream of becoming a dog trainer. Erin is owned by a rough collie named Gavin, a chihuahua mix named Zoey, and an orange tabby cat named Larry, all of which are rescues. Aside from fur babies, Erin also has triplet girls that keep her busy. Erin loves that she can improve and strengthen the bond between pet parents and their dogs.