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|Comment||Great response. I was glad to find out that the high pitch sound she makes was normal for her breed. She has been fixed (too much responsibility to breed her)and I did have her go to a trainer a few months ago but will try it again (maybe a group of classes that I'm included with). I love our shepherd and she is overall a great dog. I will take her for the walks (good for me too) and hopefully that will help as well with her hyper behavior. Thanks for the great ideas!!!|
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For canines I can answer questions related to behavior, obedience training, health and massage therapy (anatomy, health benefits) For equines I can answer questions related to behavior, barn management, health and massage therapy (anatomy, health benefits) I am not a veterinarian and it is not within my scope of practice as a licensed massage therapist or certified dog trainer to diagnose health conditions. Please contact your pet's veterinarian for illness related questions and emergencies.
I am a licensed massage therapist for people, horses, and dogs and a certified dog trainer. I teach group obedience classes as well as private lessons. I also work with horses and help barns establish good management practices.
Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT) American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) National Certification Board of Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB)
2009 - graduate of Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy 2010 - certified in canine/feline first aid + CPR by Red Cross 2012 - graduate of Post University equine program 2012 - graduate of Animal Behavior College Obedience program