Pooch Ped Dog Training
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Poochped was a great help to me in understanding my dog's behavior. Would definitely recommend this service!Mar 6, 2018Verified
Have not experienced Carols expertise on dog training yet, but thumbtack app wants me to rate anyways. Carol has gone out of her way to contact me for a phone converstion and has been very patient w my unavailabilty. As for thumbtacts rating i would say 3 stars which a 5 star waiting for the app to allow u to schedule these appointments threw the app making all the phone calls a unnessacary step. Hope to see u soon ped pet dog training !Feb 26, 2017Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My services run from $95-$145 depending on the issue and location.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?*Behavior Consultant - Associate Certified Behavior Consultant *Certified Professional Dog Trainer *Professional dog trainer with 19 years experience training people how to train their dogs *Tester/Observer/Volunteer with Therapy dogs Inc, an organization committed to working with volunteers and their companions who do therapy work in senior facilities and schools. *Member of the Association of Professional Humane Educators *Member of Wisconsin Dog Rescue, a group of reputable rescuers committed to helping dogs in need: *Over 15 years experience as a Rescue/Adoption Representative for Greyhound and Italian Greyhound Rescue. *Member of the Italian Greyhound Club of America, American Whippet Club Rescue and Greyhounds Only, Inc. Adoption and Rescue. *Experienced with special needs dogs, toy breeds, behavioral problems, aggression and high energy dogs. Shy dogs and high energy dogs are my specialty. *Over a decade of experience working in a shelter environment
- How did you get started doing this type of work?After fostering hundreds of dogs and find them homes, I realized I was in a unique position to not just help dogs I foster but to help others train their dog and keep dogs out of shelters. Far too many dogs end up losing their home through no fault of their own..again they are just being dogs!