Like many a scary tale, mine started a little over a year ago when I replied to an ad on the internet, “Free Dog in need of a knowledgeable owner”. I was confident I would be able to work her through her behavior problems in a few months. So there she was in the middle of my living room, stiff, tail-tucked, ears back, whale-eyed and cowering in the back corner of a crate. My Zombie. I have never seen a dog so frightened in my life.Read More
Last night we were reminded that without a doubt, we needed to thank you for the training you have brought to Brinkley and us.
While Brinkley remains a very good dog she probably will never pull a human on a skateboard. However, she will ALWAYS come on a run when she’s called. Yup, keeping her safe and us not frustrated!Read More
Meet Chef, a striking white Austrian Cattle Dog. His new life with adopted parents Barbara and Nancy, along with their two dogs, turned out to be more challenging than anyone anticipated.Read More
We rescued Cinda from Tennessee in October of 2011. As soon as we brought her into our house we realized we had a problem- she had a very strong prey drive and we have three cats. We thought we could fix it with our experience from raising our other dog, Apollo. I spent many a night in tears worried that we’d made a horrible mistake adopting her.Read More
Frederick and I can not tell you how much we appreciate your help in training us to work with Ruby. We took her to several places for training and help but you were the only one who had the knowledge and skill to evaluate her and work with us to address her issues…Read More
I just want you to know Jo was a great addition to my life and you made a wonderful match with the two of us…Read More