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Dana H – Jed

I’d like to tell everyone the story of Jed (an 80lb GSP/lab mix) and how Michael brought out the true Jed - warning, it’s a long one: I first came across Jed on Facebook. He was an animal surrender because his family had a baby. [...]

Cindy B.

We got Michael’s name from our vet Dr. Lisa Knapp. (She asked a veterinary behavioral specialist for trainer recommendations and Michael was on the list). Our dog has an autoimmune disease which causes pain and involves lots of meds, etc. Our sweet little girl has [...]

Vonna C – Shimmer

We are another work-in-progress, 2/3 through our training with Michael. Our dog, a shepherd mix, is reactive to other dogs, particularly small white dogs. We are currently in a rental home with an iron bar fence and no shrubbery. Our dog and I were practicing [...]

Laura B.

We’ve been working with Michael to integrate our newly adopted dog with our older dog. When we first contacted Michael we were in crisis mode, the dogs were acting aggressively towards each other and we were afraid we wouldn't be able to keep our new [...]

Sara R

We are a “work in progress” with Michael, but have already seen great improvements in our puppy after 3 visits. We contacted Michael because our new puppy was jumping and nipping at our kids. He is very knowledgeable about dog behavior and training and is [...]