‪(503) 489-9337‪

GRESHAM, OR

©2019 by puppybdog.

Two dogs

Where we specialize in teaching your puppy how to B (the Best) Dog it can Be

...while you take care of your own business!​

Dog day training, basic manners, impulse control, fear, reactivity, consultations, rescue training, classes and more, serving the greater Gresham, Happy Valley, SE Portland area.

 

COVID-19 BUSINESS ADJUSTMENTS:

SERVICES

FOLLOWING CDC AND WHO GUIDELINES ALL OF OUR SERVICES ARE NOW BEING HELD ONLINE. 

I WILL OFFER REMOTE DOG TRAINING AND COUNSELING VIA INTERNET VIDEO CALLS FOR 50% OFF OF REGULAR PRICE, TO HELP FAMILIES STAY SAFE AND STILL BE ABLE TO ACHIEVE THIER DAY TO DAY LIFE GOALS. 

It’s never too late to teach an old dog new tricks, and I believe it’s never too late to train any pet. My services are designed with you and your pet in mind, and I believe in working as much with you as with your animal. I’m proud of my high success rate and the level of satisfaction my clients, and their pets, come away with every time - guaranteed.

 

PUPPY B GOOD PACKAGES

A Good Start is an Investment for Life

Puppy Training is my most popular and All Included service. While teaching a puppy to be a grown up dog, I apply guidelines that focus on neurological stimulation, emotional resiliency, real world exposure and all sorts of fun (and safe) socialization. I work closely with each one of my clients and their animals to implement problem solving process and get to the goal my clients are looking for.

I know you have a busy schedule, so I will customize a plan that suits your lifestyle.

YOU ARE LOOKING FOR:

POSITIVE TRAINING

"I want to make sure that my puppy is in good, caring, and professional hands". 

   

A GOOD INVESTMENT FOR YOUR TIME

"I want someone to do the work for me so that I can enjoy my puppy at its best" 


A GOOD INVESTMENT FOR YOUR MONEY

"I need it done faster, easier, and knowing that the money I spend is actually going to bring the best results it can." 

Image by Richard Brutyo
 

ABOUT ME

Who Is Training Your Family member?

My interest in behavior started too many decades ago for me to be willing to count them. I have since spent my life learning, researching and applying what the latest research could give us, first as a Cognitive Neuroscientist, then with an internship as a Neuropsychologist, and finally as a Licensed Psychologist, specialized in behavioral patterns. 

My career has seen me in different European countries, such as Switzerland (my birth country), Italy (my studying and specialization country), as well as the UK, Germany and now the US (when I live happily married since 2014). 

My travels have given me the unique gift of seeing the world through many eyes and cultures, and the possibility to deepen and evolve my career as my life expanded.
One of these expansions gave me the gift of the company of my dogs, currently a Griffon WP and a Border Collie. They are the reason for my change in career. I discovered that dog training is a non regulated industry and that there was a need for trainers that would use animal learning theory to actually train dogs. So I did what I do best. Put my researcher hat on and enrolled in what is considered, among pet dog trainers, the Harvard of dog training: Jean Donaldson's "Academy for Dog Trainers", along with participating in seminars and other additional courses that would tailor my knowledge specifically into dog behavior. 
I am currently part of the Pet Professional Guild (PPG), the Association of Professional Dog Trainers, and a supporter of the IAABC. I possess a Certificate in Pet First Aid, I am certified as a Fear Free Shelter Specialist by the Fear Free Coalition, and as a Bite Prevention Educator by the Doggone Safe Coalition. 
I opened my private dog training in 2019, to serve the greater Gresham area, and teach dog training classes, in Gresham, at Countryside Pet Spa.

When I not with a client dog, or my own dogs, I volunteer at the Oregon Humane Society of for other shelters, to help dogs find a safe forever home. 

 

“Until one has loved an animal a part of one’s soul remains unawakened”

Anatole France

 

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Dog Walker at the Park