Branon L.

Buffy, American Yellow Lab


​My dog was wild before she got to Ed. She was uncontrollable both on and off the leash. Ed helped me out and now I can take my dog out on nice and pleasant walks. It's awesome!

Chelsea R.

Athena, Siberian Husky


Owning a Siberian husky makes for a hyper dog, needing alot of attention... from the very beginning I was taught all there is to know about reading, home life, feeding, controlling, and training my crazy dog! I am now able to walk in busy areas with other animals without a lead, and I don't have to worry about not being able to control my dog. I look at other owners out there who everyday and I only wish they would train with Ed as well!! By far the best experience I have ever had and I will be a lifetime client!Type your paragraph here.

Its time to enjoy your pet

Judy S.

Bleu, Mix


I feel like Bleu has had little break thru’s all along, but this weekend was pretty neat.  (Aside from freaking on that tall dog before class – which was my fault for not controlling)

Little (or big – depending on how you look at it) changes along the way have been increased eye contact, more confidence walking, listening more to me now, and we’re just more bonded with each other now.   I notice him glancing over to watch my feet now, too.  On Sat he took his first treat while out on the grass – that was huge for me… and took a 2nd one before we left.  Yesterday he started going ‘down’ without a leash or reward – not 100%, but ….  Another thing that sometimes is working – when he starts barking outdoors (usually at the birds), I give a firm ‘no’ and he’s responding at least some of the time.  Before he didn’t listen at all.  

And this morning I sat on the floor with my knees up and he immediately started diving and crawling back and forth under them.  It was hilarious.  He’s more playful now, too.  And he’s coming to me on command now!  :+}  Mealtime is awesome – he sits and waits until I release him and I’m using ‘come’ as the release.  Hard to do much more right now with the other 3 chomping away…

 So, that’s all I can think of right this minute.  But we’ve taken so much more from this class than I’d hoped for and I’m just super excited about it.  Now, it’s up to me to continue working with him so that we don’t backslide – I know.  I feel as though the tools you’ve taught us though, are becoming more automatic with me, so I’m not too worried.

Branon L.

Buffy, American Yellow Lab


​My dog was wild before she got to Ed. She was uncontrollable both on and off the leash. Ed helped me out and now I can take my dog out on nice and pleasant walks. It's awesome!

Reese P.

Eskie Rescue

Henry, American Eskimo Dog


Henry and I went to weekly training with a trainer who specializes in aggressive dogs. The trainer's sharp eye and expert knowledge helped me provide the necessary corrections.

Christine L.

Stax, Stafford/Pit Mix​


Ed has been our dog trainer for about two years now. We could have stopped going to class a long time ago, but my dog and I had so much fun we keep going back. Ed has helped turn my rescue "project" into a perfect gentleman with hands-on classes and clear, no nonsense instruction. He is reliable, enthusiastic, and cares about your results. Class is an hour, but he is always willing to spend the extra time it takes to get it right.Type your paragraph here.

Nick L.

Sparky, Maltese


The dog training for when all other training fails. Long story short Ed has the experince and proper guidance to turn even the most unruly dog into a great pet and companion.