If you struggle with a reactive dog, know that we've been there.
Almost all of us became dog trainers because we had a reactive dog that started our training journey, and we're really passionate about helping others that are going through the same issues we did.
So over the years, we've fine-tuned a training protocol that we've successfully implemented with countless dogs and their humans.
We've now put together an absolutely epic online class designed to Flip the Switch: From Crazy to Calm.
We're going to show you why what you've already tried isn't working, and how to do it the way we know works.
The class is entirely self-paced, and includes:
🍑A private Facebook student group exclusively for class members, where you can ask questions and find a supportive community as you progress through the training .
🍑Video and written training protocol instructions broken down into easy-to-implement steps.
🍑Video critique and customized feedback by your mentor trainer to ensure you're progressing correctly and you always have answer to your questions.
🍑Live Q&A sessions with your trainers in the Facebook student group.
🍑Follow-up support after the course has concluded.
For the last seven years, Abby has worked in various industries in the pet world, from running pet supply stores to running a doggie daycare to now working with pet parents solving their canine behavioral issues. Working in these facets has made her passionate about helping pet owners find the right solutions for their pets.
Abby graduated magna cum laude from the University of North Georgia in 2016 where she earned her Bachelor of Business Administration, majoring in Marketing.
In 2019, she graduated with distinction from the prestigious Victoria Stilwell Academy for Dog Training & Behavior, which launched her career as a professional dog trainer, and has successfully completed Michael Shikashio’s Aggression in Dogs Master Course.
Abby is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer through the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers, a certification that requires hundreds of logged training hours and passing a comprehensive exam.