Hired 5 times
(Central Time Zone)
Mon - Sat
12:00 noon to 8:00 p.m.
Dara is very professional and knowledgeable. She is an expert at body language and explains what she is seeing. Dara was prompt and the session lasted the perfect amount of time. Definitely recommended!!!Sep 19, 2017VerifiedDara Rogers, CPDT-KA's reply
Thank you, Emily!
Puppy training 101 was a huge success with Dara as our trainer. She helped us learn techniques to help improve our puppy's behavior.Jan 7, 2017Dara Rogers, CPDT-KA's reply
Thank you so much, Angie! It was a blast training with y'all!
I am so impressed with Dara and her training knowledge and abilities! She had our dog sitting beside her within minutes of first meeting him. She is super easy to work with, she customizes sessions to your needs, and gives you all the tools you need to continue training on your own! We will use her again!Sep 13, 2017Dara Rogers, CPDT-KA's reply
Dara is one of the most knowledgeable persons I have come in contact with when it comes to animal behavior. She will always put your pet first, whether that means to reading extra articles, getting extra certifications, or spending extra time with your pet. She is organized, and prioritizes the clients in her life. I hope she adds cats on her client list one day, because she'll make a lifetime client out of me.May 8, 2017Dara Rogers, CPDT-KA's reply
Thank so much, Joelle!
Dara is amazing!! She's very patient, extremely knowledgeable on do's and donts of raising a puppy, and my puppy responded very well to her! I highly recommend her!!May 6, 2017Dara Rogers, CPDT-KA's reply
Thank you!! I loved working with you and Caesar!
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- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?We set up the 1st training session on the phone, conduct payment, and meet.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?CPDT-KA, Fear Free Certified, ABC Certified Dog Trainer, CGC Evaluator
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?How will the trainer you're talking to change the behavior you dislike your dog doing and teach them new, wanted cues? Will they use scientifically proven methods, or will they use force? What formal training/ education does the trainer have?