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Dog Training Testimonials

Bully Breed Testimonials

American Bulldogs, American Staffordshire Terriers, Bull Terriers, Pit Bulls and more!
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Pit bull Training: Bruno’s Dog Obedience Training

Bruno and I (his owner) are very thankful to have found Kristyn and Sean. Bruno is a very successful graduate of their “Board & Train” program and he also stays with them when I’m out of town. I rescued Bruno almost two years ago. He’s a mixed Bully breed and he has all of the “Bully” characteristics; happy, confident, care-free, cuddly, gentle with children, silly, playful, mildly dog aggressive and he has a huge prey dive.

Sean affectionately calls Bruno a “Knucklehead” and this term of endearment is a very accurate depiction of his personality. After Bruno completed the program and after I learned how to work with Bruno we were able to do all of the basic commands and a whole lot more. For example, we learned sit, down, stay, wait, come, loose leash walking, leave it, and place. Bruno also completely stopped jumping up on everyone and everything, but by far the best reward was Bruno’s new ability to play well with other dogs at off leash dog parks. After working with Kristyn and Sean we now have an excellent quality of life together and we are both very thankful for our relationship.

–Charlie Becker

Pit bull puppy training: Chopper and Buzz’s Housebreaking and Fearful Behavior

I just wanted to say thank-you for all the amazing work you both have done with Chopper and Buzz. We used your month long program for both of our boys and they are truly “changed men”! Chopper went from marking all over the house to now waiting by the door to be let out and Buzz went from a stray, aggressive, dog we rescued to a beloved family member. Thank you!

Herding Breed Testimonials

Australian Cattle Dogs, Australian Shepherds, Border Collies and more!
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Sheltie Training: Emmie’s Basic Dog Obedience Training Story

Emmie is a nine month old Shetland sheepdog. She was just seven weeks when we brought her home. Although she is very loveable, we had trouble understanding each other at first. Having little experience with training dogs we were grateful to find Beyond the Dog. At first Emmie was very shy when attending Puppy Kindergarten and playtime was definitely not her favorite. With Sean and Kristyn’s excellent guidance we were able to successfully socialize her and work on good behaviors. She now loves to play with other dogs.

Recently, we were very proud to see her graduate from Beyond the Dog’s Basic Obedience class in which she has learned multiple commands. The experiences have been great for us and we now feel more confident in our dog handling skills as well as being able to speak the same language.

Sean and Kristyn made training so fun, that Emmie loved going to classes each week. We greatly appreciated how knowledgeable they are on all dog behaviors and coaching us as we learned to train Emmie. We highly recommend these classes to all dog owners.

Hound Testimonials

Beagles, Bassets, and more!
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Non-Sporting Breed Testimonials

English Bulldogs, French Bulldogs and more!

Sporting Breed Testimonials

Golden Retrievers, Labradors and more!
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Golden Retriever Training: Sunshine’s Dog Obedience

What we were looking for was a home away from home where our dog could learn without losing her personality–what we found in Beyond the Dog was a positive and caring 4-week program designed by Kristyn and Sean–two people who really know dogs–now Sunshine follows directions, is more fun to be with, and hasn’t lost one ounce of her playful spirit.

-Sean and Christina Hogan

Labrador Training: Ashley’s Dog Obedience Story

We met Sean and Kristyn at the beginning of 2006 when Ashley, our labrador retriever, was about six months old. We heard about Beyond the Dog from a relative and were very anxious to get started. Sean came to our home and trained Ashley and the rest of the family. This was no easy chore considering that our three year old had her own ideas on how to train the puppy. Ashley adored Sean from day one and the rest of us truly enjoyed our private lessons with him. The commands that we all learned from Sean (down, wait, uh oh, leave it) are still used by us daily. We joked with Sean that all we needed were four Sean masks and we’d have the perfect dog. You could see how eager she was to please him. We didn’t get the masks, but with our own work and training, we learned how to get the behaviors that we desired from Ashley.

We have recommended Beyond the Dog to our friends and will continue to recommend them to anyone who has a dog. They’re great!

–The Dunn Family

Labrador Training: Cooper’s Dog Manners Around Cats Story

We called Beyond the Dog after we adopted Cooper, a 1-year-old black lab. The private lessons in our home were great–convenient, and best of all, in Cooper’s own territory (where he would get into all kinds of trouble!) Cooper had never been around cats and would chase our sweet cat Pirate so often that Pirate never came up from the basement for nearly 4 months. With the trainer’s help, we taught Cooper to leave the cat alone–not an easy feat for a 90 lb. curious lab. With time, the cat learned to trust Cooper and now they are good buddies. We still continue to consult Beyond the Dog for any problems with our pets, and have recommended them to many friends. They are a tremendous resource!

–Kelly & Tom Dreyer

Labrador Training: Morgan’s Dog Obedience and Manners Story

We all know what we’re in for when we get a new puppy; hours and hours of training, which never seems to stick. We play with them, we house train them, and we feel good from all the mini achievements after they come to our homes. Then, our little puppies get bigger, stronger, and quickly train us as their owners! This is the story of a super friendly, super social, super strong and super smart puppy. We are very appreciative of Kristyn and Sean for their training efforts with our 1.5 year old chocolate Labrador, named Morgan.

An adorable puppy and a beautiful Labrador, Morgan came to us at 8-weeks old and learned quickly how to rule the roost. She became famous for her attention-seeking behaviors and routine of “four off the floor” as she either did fly-by jumping at things or jumping directly on people, furniture, etc. Growing quickly to 68+ pounds from the 13 pounds she weighed when bringing her home, controlling Morgan’s energy and social appetite became quite a challenge; whether on the leash, with company, in a park, at a pet store, etc.

Morgan had been through some basic obedience at another company’s group training, but most of her time was spent socializing. Incorporating Morgan into our lives was our goal, which became increasingly difficult to attain on our own. After a walk with Morgan resulted in 2 bulging discs in my back, I knew it was time to seek help…..
In came Beyond the Dog and their 4-week training program.

Combining Morgan’s strength with her high social quotient meant she was a very strong, friendly animal whose LOVE for attention and interaction became too big a challenge for us to manage. The sight of other dogs and other people resulted in a frenzied state of excitement, which only highlighted our inability to control her in public.

During the 4-week program, Kristyn and Sean not only helped instill and enforce all the basic commands of obedience for use inside and outside the home, they also taught Morgan how to recognize both verbal and hand cues, helping her become a better and more responsive dog.

Morgan is an incredibly smart, full of energy, full-fledged puppy and even though she still displays the attention span of a gnat at times, my husband and I are now able to incorporate Morgan into social aspects of our life. With the tools we as owners learned and the skills Morgan learned from Kristyn and Sean, we are able to take Morgan to Starbuck’s for a coffee, go to the pet store without embarrassment, walk casually on the Plaza, and have friends over without fear that Morgan will knock them over the minute they walk through the door.

The 4-week program is the BEST decision we made with our puppy and we’re really glad we found the help of Beyond the Dog.

-Katherine and Pierre

Labrador and Jack Russell Training: Lacy and Chaos’s Aggressive Dog Training Story

There are definitely not enough words to describe how great our experience with Beyond the Dog was in getting our two dogs under control. Lacey, our lab and Chaos, our Jack Russell (appropriately named by the way) had several incidents of fighting due to Lacey’s guarding issues. We had to make several trips to the vet to get Chaos stitches, etc.. When I called Beyond the Dog our family was at its wits end with them, and we were convinced that we were going to have to find Lacey another home. We decided that before we gave up a member of our family, we would give training a try. I spoke with Kristyn who immediately put me at ease, and was so thorough with me on the phone that I finally saw some hope for my two monsters. We had several visits with Sean, who is incredibly knowledgeable and very good at his craft. We saw marked improvement within a week, and after a couple of months working with Sean every two weeks or so, we are the proud owners of better behaved dogs! Chaos and Lacey are now able to eat next to each other without fighting, growling, biting, etc., which is a day that I thought I would never see. They are more obedient and definitely more fun! The only recommendation that I can think of for people who are interested in Beyond the Dog is that they need to make a commitment to put in the work and practice required and suggested by the trainers. If you are unable to commit to working with your dogs diligently this program probably isn’t for you. But we can tell you that it is certainly worth the time, effort and money! Thank you Sean and Kristyn for all that you did for us!
Laura, Brandon, Andrea, Lacey and Chaos

Terrier Testimonials

Jack Russells, Schnauzers, Yorkies and more!
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Airedale Training: Fozzy’s Puppy Obedience Story

Fozzy was a 13 week old Airedale puppy when she arrived at our home. She was coming along great in her training except for one thing. She was almost uncontrollable while walking on a leash when people and other dogs would come along. You name it and she tried it in order to get to the people or dogs. I thought there goes my dream of ever having a dog walk obediently beside me so in desperation I looked on line for help. You name it and I tried it. Nothing worked. I decided to contact my veterinarian’s office to see if they knew of any trainers who could help me. They quickly recommended Beyond the Dog. That very day I gave them a call. Kristyn answered and told me what they offered (private lessons, board & train, classes, & play dates). From her attitude over the phone I thought right away this was the right fit especially since they would come to my home where I was having the trouble which was something I never dreamed trainers did. We set up an at home training date and I wasn’t disappointed, the fit was perfect. Kristyn’s advice was great and we decided to not only do in home training but set up play dates and drop and train dates as well. This is where I had the opportunity to meet Sean for he did the drop and train as well as the play dates. He was just as great as Kristyn. Before, you knew it I had the dog of my dreams.

We even did obedience classes they offered in order to maintain the level Fozzy was at and to ensure more socialization. You name it and we’ve done everything they had to offer except the Board and Train Program. Don’t just let my words convince you for the real proof is your dog for if your dog isn’t happy then no matter where you take them they aren’t going to learn and will grow to hate and rebel against going. Fozzy fell in love with them and couldn’t wait to get out of the car to get to them which just proved my feelings about them was correct (They are a perfect for fit for not only my dog but for all. Dogs love them and they love dogs.)

Marcia Ball

Miniature Schnauzer Training: Sadie’s House Soiling and Puppy Training

The last thing we needed was a puppy. My husband and I already had our hands full with demanding careers and a feisty two-year-old. Our dear friend decided, however, that an 8-month Miniature Schnauzer would be just the thing to help us move on from grieving the death of our much beloved Buster. So here came Sadie for a trial weekend with her dancy eyes and spunky little prance. Little did we know that we were being placed under some kind of crazy magic spell. The dog was absolutely perfect that weekend. How dare her previous owner insinuate that she was annoying and lacking in intelligence. We were seeing the real Sadie – the Sadie that only needed the loving environment of our home to allow her best self to emerge.

By say, Tuesday, the honeymoon was over. We were now the proud owners of a yapping, chewing, jumping, pooping-all-over-the-house monster. I knew when my husband commented that Sadie could stay but he was considering moving out of the house, it was time to get help. Luckily, I found Kristyn and Sean. We opted for the Three Week Board and Train program, because we were honestly giddy at the idea of having Sadie out of the house for a month. Heck, we were kind of hoping it might go badly, so they’d need to keep her a few extra weeks. Lest you feel sorry for the little devil, keep picturing in your mind shredded toilet paper, chewed up baby toys, and barking nonstop at a pitch so high it raised concern about permanent damage to one’s eardrums.

At the risk of seeming overly dramatic, Sadie was really a different dog when she returned from her time with Kristyn and Sean. Not only had her behavior improved, but she had a new sense of calm and (dare I say?) politeness about her. I’ve never really been sure how they did that part. Kristyn came over for the follow-up sessions and taught us (with lots of patience and kindness and humor) how to apply at home what Sadie had learned. As a psychologist, I was immediately impressed that the training methods being used were based on well-established, scientific principles (as opposed to our methods which had consisted mostly of yelling and repeating the same commands over and over again). We also loved Kristyn’s ability to keep modifying her recommendations until we had the most ideal solutions for our particular household.

I can’t say strongly enough how great these guys are. While Sadie has not quite made it to sainthood, she is now a very well-mannered (and still vivacious) dog. Maybe the best thing is that now, thanks to Beyond the Dog, we have a number of gentle, effective tools we can use to manage any undesirable behavior. It’s like she’s been to “finishing school.” We’re wondering if Kristyn and Sean will take our toddler next.

Toy Breed Testimonials

Chihuahuas, Toy Poodles and more!

Bichon Training: Sophie’s Aggressive Dog Training

Sophie is a Bichon Frise who joined our family at 8 weeks of age and just 2 days after our first Bichon passed away. Due to our grief, we thought everything she did was cute and acceptable. By about 12 weeks of age, Sophie started barking at people and became very territorial about anything that went in front of our home. As time went on, she became so stressed and agitated when people would come to visit that we began to feel like prisoners in our own home. Opening the front door was virtually impossible! She would even bite friends who would come to the house, at times tearing their clothes or even causing them to bleed. She eventually became so aggressive that even taking her on a walk was a huge challenge. After biting a friend who she knew, we decided it was past time for help.

We heard about Beyond the Dog through a friend and called for private lessons. Kristyn arrived at our home to Sophie’s “death bark; however Kristyn was able to settle her down in minutes. It was a miracle to me! We learned that Sophie’s problem was due to a lack of socialization and after restructuring the pack and desensitizing and conditioning Sophie, her stress level changed and she learned that people are not scary. She is now a relaxed dog and enjoys having people come visit. Kristyn made weekly visits to our home where she worked with Sophie as well as us. Kristyn was very professional as well as compassionate to our situation. Kristyn worked with us on how to be the pack leaders and how to re-teach Sophie with positive reinforcement and behavior modification.

It has been very rewarding to have our friends comment on Sophie’s change of behavior. She is a much happier dog and we can be social once again due to Kristyn’s skill and expertise. We wish we had called Beyond the Dog sooner. Everyone in our family believes that the extra time, effort and money as been totally worth it.

–Cindy, John and Sophie Wyatt

Havanese Training: Della’s Private Puppy Training

Della came to us when she was 2 months old, from South Dakota by airplane. She is Havanese, a new breed from Havana Cuba. She is an adorable fun loving puppy and weighed 2 pounds 13oz the next day at the vet. We tried for several weeks to train her, but since we had not had a dog in a long time nor much time or patience any more, we went to the Vet who gave us several recommendations. He suggested we try Kristyn and Sean first, as he was very impressed with their presentation to him.

We did, and instantly fell in love with them, their experience, and the fact that they train in their home and in natural surroundings, not in an institution. Della was very comfortable with them from the start. I was concerned she would forget us since we had only had her for a month, and we opted for the full board and train experience. We stopped by several times to visit Della for a very short stay and found she did not forget us at all. The training has worked very well.

Joe and I especially appreciated the hour weekly visits after her ‘camp’ experience to transfer her commands to us in the home. Practicing all week long and then being able to follow up with them the next week was invaluable. We now have Della “place” at dinner in her bed in the kitchen, and she stays there all through our meal. It has been a wonderful experience for Della and for us. We highly recommend this warm and loving couple to help you with whatever you need to accomplish with your pet. It is definitely a Win-Win situation!

-Jackie, Joe, & Della Kelley

Yorkie Training: Max’s Puppy Housebreaking and Board and Train Story

You might think it was good news when your wife calls and says she is bringing home a new little bundle of joy, in our case it was a nightmare. A cute little 2 pound Teacup Yorkie Terrier named Max was our newest family member. He could sit in the palm of my hand and although he was of such slight stature, Max believed was a Great Dane – he felt like he owned the place. Everything in our home had to be tasted (by chewing not licking) and Max thought every room was his personal bathroom and he used them all quite frequently. We tried every method out there on our own including crating him most of the day. Nothing came close to breaking the strong will of this little guy.

We found Beyond the Dog on recommendation of our veterinarian. After discussing our situation with Sean and Kristyn, we chose the Board and Train Program . The day I dropped Max off we had our telephone number blocked for calls so there was no chance they could return him before the three week period.

Much to our surprise, Beyond the Dog and the New Year brought us a completely new dog. Max was house broken. He would respond to commands such as sit, stay, place, and lay down. He was responding both verbally and even with sign language. The results were so dramatic; I swear I thought they used a body double. He would highly recommend Sean, Kristyn and Beyond the Dog to any and everyone!

–Mike, Susan, Rachel and Sarah Carney

Working Breed Testimonials

Boxers, German Shepherds, Great Danes, Mastiffs, Rottweilers and more!
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Boxer Training: Aggressive Dog Training

Max, our Boxer Mix, came to us as a stray at approximately six months of age. Being “empty nesters” he became “our baby” and was quickly spoiled.

He was a very loving and affectionate dog until around 3 years of age. He then started showing signs of aggression and became extremely territorial towards other dogs, and anything that went in front of our house. Weighing 76 pounds he was hard to physically control and was impossible to take for a walk.

Through a magazine ad we found Beyond the Dog. Sean came to our home on a weekly basis and worked with Max as well as the two of us. We learned that Max’s behavior was due to stress and fear. We learned how to be the pack leaders and when our role changed, Max became a much happier dog. As his stress level changed he became more enjoyable and controllable to walk on a daily basis and have around visitors and neighbors.

Sean and Kristyn were nothing but professional, very knowledgeable and compassionate with our situation with Max. Sean worked with us on how to be the pack leaders, basic obedience, how to remedy separation anxiety and how to correct Max, not with pain, but with positive reinforcement and behavior modification. Max has also benefited by becoming more social with other dogs when he has boarded with Beyond the Dog.

It has been so nice when other people have commented on Max’s improved behavior. We now have a much calmer, happier household thanks to Sean and Kristyn’s expertise.

–John and Kathy Painter

German Shepherd Training: Blondie’s Puppy Training and Socialization

We adopted our German Shepherd puppy, Blondie, at the too young age of 6 weeks old. She was our first dog and we treated her more like a child than like the dog, often fawning over her. We tried to do everything right with Blondie and socialized her frequently.

At the age of 6 months, Blondie started barking at strangers, especially large men but even the elderly. Her outbursts became so shocking, we feared that we would either need to give her away or worse put her to sleep. However, we adored our puppy and decided instead to find a solution.

We heard about Beyond the Dog through a friend and called for Private Lessons. Sean arrived at our home and Blondie greeted him with a barking tirade; however, he was able to befriend and handle her within minutes. It was magic. We have since signed up for sessions and they have turned Blondie around.

Sean and Kristyn are both wonderful positive dog trainers, but furthermore are brilliant and compassionate human trainers. My only wish is that I would have called Beyond the Dog sooner.

-Jon and Ali

German Shepherd Training: Otis’s Dog Obedience Story

I write this letter on behalf of Sean Savage, with whom my husband and I became acquainted approximately one year ago.

We bought a German Shepherd puppy in September of 2006, and we asked our veterinarian, Dr. Jim Sparks, to refer us to whom he felt was the best resource for training our new puppy, Otis. Without hesitation, he recommended Sean’s company, Beyond the Dog, and we immediately contacted him to begin training. Though we had had German Shepherds before, they were never professionally trained. We loved our Shepherds, but there were behavioral issues that occurred, no doubt, because of their lack of training. We wanted no such mistakes with Otis, so we were excited to begin the work with Sean.

It was obvious how knowledgeable Sean was about the breed, behavior and training, and from the beginning, he commanded Otis’s attention, respect and obedience. Otis was a quick study and the results were amazing and surprisingly quick. What was also apparent was that originally, Otis responded to Sean, but not to us-..or at least, not with the same optimum results…. thus OUR training began. He fully instructed us on his knowledge of the breed, how they think and their behavioral tendencies. With Sean’s tutelage, we set goals for desired behaviors and he commenced teaching us exercises and training in which to achieve them. And, if Otis exhibited a problematic behavior, Sean developed a correction and methodology to alter that behavior to our satisfaction.

We are convinced that it is because of Sean’s expertise and knowledge that we have had such results. And, we cannot express how much of a difference it has made in our lives at home and the relationship we have with our dog.

Great Dane Training: Molly’s Aggressive Dog Training

Woof…my name is Molly. I am a very lucky dog. Let me tell you my story.
I do not remember the first 6 months of my life; they must have been really bad. My mom says I was in pretty bad shape when she first saw me. She helps out at the animal shelter in Parkville; they are the ones who found me on the side of the road. I was very bony, with sores and dirty from not being able to get up. My rescuers were not sure I would make it through my first night with them. I did though and was with them for a couple of days before Mom came to get me. It was hard in the beginning. For days she fed me every 2 hours and took me outside to potty (I think she was getting very tired). She gave me medicine and made special food for me. She also let me sleep in bed with her (I found out it was because she did not want me messing with the cats). Soon I felt better and things were going pretty good. She was crate training me, which was ok. Someone came over 2-3 times a day to let me out. Mom is a nurse practitioner at Children’s Mercy, so she works long hours. I think she felt bad about having to leave me in the crate so much. She would take me for walks when she got home (I think that made her feel better). But one day…I don’t know what happened, something just came over me…we were walking down the street and this lady came up to me with her hand raised, I wasn’t sure what she was going to do, but my Mom and sister were with me and I was scared…so I growled and tried to bite her. Wow…Mom was MAD! I found out later, she was just going to pet me. Turns out, Mom had a lot to learn about me and I had a lot to learn about what she wanted.
Then one day, my grandma and aunt, took my cousin (Renegade, he is a German Shepard who also knows Sean and Kristyn) and me out. That’s when my aunt met Sean and Kristyn. Since my aunt was living at my house, they set up a time to come and talk about training for her and Renegade. When Sean got to my house though, boy did he have a lot to say about my behavior, and Mom told him about what happened with the lady I tried to bite.
Well let me tell you, my cousin and I were not going to let this person come into the house and start making rules for us…ut uh…no way. We tried to scare him, kept barking at him, but he didn’t budge. He talked to my aunt and my Mom and before I knew it she was signing me up for training. Plus he told her to get rid of certain toys, like the stuffed ones, I loved to tear up. He told her what toys I could play with so that I wouldn’t get them mixed up with other household items that I was not suppose to chew on. Then he told her about PACK RESTRUCTURE! Man, that was it, my life was about to change.
Turns out, Sean is not such a bad guy. I think he even saved my life once. Mom got really mad at me once when I ran up barking at a friend my human sister has visiting. Mom was so mad and didn’t know what to do with me; she was thinking she would have to put me to sleep because she was afraid I would bite someone. Sean calmed her down though and increased my training. I had already started going to Sean and Kristyn’s house when Mom was at work. It’s fun there, Sean takes me places and teaches me things. Sometimes he comes to our house to teach Mom what I’ve learned. It makes Mom feel better too when they come get me, because she knows I am playing and they take care of me. My hips get pretty sore at times and they make sure I get rest when I need it. My cousin Renegade is also coming for day care too. We have fun playing with all the dogs.
Now my Mom says what a great dog I am. I still get in trouble now and then for barking at people walking down the street, but I stop when she tells me too. My human sister also has a new baby now and thanks to Sean, everything went well when she came home. Yep I am a lucky dog, I have a great family, with a sister and a baby and two cats that I live with. We all get along thanks to Sean teaching me and my Mom the best was to work together. My Mom says she has learned so much from Sean, that she can see how dogs like me, end up in bad places because out humans don’t take the responsibility to learn the best way to live with us. Hopefully other humans will let Beyond the Dog teach them, so there won’t be so many dogs dropped off at the shelter.

Mastiff Training: Tali’s Puppy Socialization and Dog Aggression Story

Bruno and I (his owner) are very thankful to have found Kristyn and Sean. Bruno is a very successful graduate of their “Board & Train” program and he also stays with them when I’m out of town. I rescued Bruno almost two years ago. He’s a mixed Bully breed and he has all of the “Bully” characteristics; happy, confident, care-free, cuddly, gentle with children, silly, playful, mildly dog aggressive and he has a huge prey dive.

Sean affectionately calls Bruno a “Knucklehead” and this term of endearment is a very accurate depiction of his personality. After Bruno completed the program and after I learned how to work with Bruno we were able to do all of the basic commands and a whole lot more. For example, we learned sit, down, stay, wait, come, loose leash walking, leave it, and place. Bruno also completely stopped jumping up on everyone and everything, but by far the best reward was Bruno’s new ability to play well with other dogs at off leash dog parks. After working with Kristyn and Sean we now have an excellent quality of life together and we are both very thankful for our relationship.

–Charlie Becker

Rottweiler Training and Labrador Training: Gracie and Gunner’s Puppy Obedience and Manners Story

After several months of consideration and planning, my husband and I decided to adopt two puppies, two months apart. Yes, we did this on purpose! We had no idea what chaos was about to fill our recent empty nest! Feeling very much in desperate need of help after that first month of madness, we contacted Kristyn and Sean about their Board and Train Program. Gracie, our rottweiler went first, and Gunner, the Labrador retriever started the program the day after Gracie came home. The difference now in our household is night and day! We have control! No more chaos. We have our lives back in order and, best of all, we have two wonderful canine companions! Gracie and Gunner are now bringing joy and fun to our lives instead of frustration and angst. And all the credit goes to Sean and Kristyn. We cannot thank them enough! They were absolutely fantastic with our dogs. And they gave us the tools we needed during the home visits to maintain the obedience after Gracie and Gunner came home. We highly highly recommend them, their program and their positive training methods. If you are willing to be consistent in applying their approach, you will have an awesome relationship with your dog!

Bob & Tammy Herzig