Danielle, Joe, and Moose

Thanks to your classes, Moose is a pleasure to live with. I never thought we’d be able to say that!

Moose-Testimonial-Photo-1Lisa,

Thanks to your classes, Moose is a pleasure to live with.

I never thought we’d be able to say that!

You’ve done an excellent job of clearing up all the myths that are out there regarding dog behavior, and we appreciate that you are always ready to share the latest and greatest information that you’ve learned with us.

Every time we come to a class we learn something new – and we all have a great time!

Danielle, Joe & Moose – Shrub Oak, NY

 

Kendra and Jackson

I wanted to thank you for such a great class yesterday – I talked about it all day! …We were “in the zone!”

Jackson-Testimonial-Photo-1Hi Lisa,

I wanted to thank you for such a great class yesterday – I talked about it all day!

I wish it had been videotaped – I hope I can recreate the focus and connection Jackson and I had – both in the future with him and then with my future dogs.

We were “in the zone!”

Kendra and Jackson – Carmel, NY

 

Susan and Johnny B. Good

…this has all been a great gift and I thank you as always.

Johnny-B-Good-Testimonial-Photo-1 Kindness and attention really work better even if taking longer, and are infinitely better for the human as well.

The Dalai Lama says that kindness is at the heart of Buddhism. Positive training is such a clear showing of kindness as opposed to unkindness… it’s strange to see people arguing against it.

A long time ago I heard Michael Tilson Thomas say that what’s required in making good music are time and attention and love. I think of that with dog training; also the training is animal-assisted therapy for the trainer.

If you could see how gently Johnny tells me that he needs to go out, or greets my mother, you might not recognize that little dog who was shredding our sleeves on the lawn at South Putnam Animal Hospital.

Anyway, this has all been a great gift and I thank you as always.

Susan and Johnny B. Good – Hartsdale, NY