Houston dog trainer and behavior consultant Michael Curran helps dogs and their families live better lives together. Michael combines tested and proven reward-based nonviolent methods with human compassion for effective and lasting results.
Michael began working with dogs and people in 2006. He graduated from The Rocky Mountain Regional Dog Trainer Academy in Denver, Colorado. He continues to learn from the world’s leading experts in animal behavior at seminars, and workshops, and through personal mentoring.
Michael’s passion is helping shy and fearful dogs, including those who sometimes behave aggressively. He finds great joy helping dogs who were unable to relate to people become happy and beloved members of a family. For Michael, that is what his work is all about.
Michael is a member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers, The International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants The Pet Professional Guild and on the advisory board of the Positive Gun Dog Association.
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Jennifer Everett is an interpersonal relationship researcher. She recently graduated from Sam Houston State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology, with Minor studies in psychology.
During her foundation research at Sam Houston, she began volunteering at the Montgomery County Women’s Shelter. Throughout her volunteer service, she has applied her research to help the community and women in need, while gaining skills and experience needed to promote her growth as a relationship researcher.
Jen is passionate about connecting people with loved ones and correcting issues that may arise as diverse personalities begin to coexist with each other. Her love for animals began early while being raised on a farm and learning to connect with animals on a more personal level. She is excited to join Michael’s team and helping with connecting owners with their new (or existing) family members.