Who We Are
Sheryl has been training dogs since 1998. She is a CCDT, APDT (Association of Professional Dog Trainers) and IACP Associate (International Associations of Canine Professionals), and a graduate of both CATCH Canine Trainers Academy, Masters Courses, and the Missing Animal Response Network, among others. She is a AKC S.TA.R. Puppy, Canine Good Citizen, Canine Good Citizen Advanced, and AKC Urban CGC Evaluator for the AKC and evaluates and tests dogs for therapy work. She works with animal shelters and a rescue groups, training dogs and teaching people how to be better trainers to increase successful adoptions. Sheryl is a rescue specialist and trains all breeds and ages. She offers numerous training specialties such as beginner to advanced and E-collar training. She is committed to providing the most effective, convenient solutions to her clients’ dog training needs. In addition, she avidly pursues ongoing continuing education and professional development. Sheryl puts clients first and is well respected and referred to by veterinarians. When not helping clients to enjoy easier lives with their canine companions, she is with family, volunteering her time, rescuing dogs, or assisting pet owners in search of lost dogs.
Revolutionizing the quality of life with happy, obedient, and confident dogs.
With this mission in-mind, we customize our training approach to meet with our customer's personality as well as what will result in the best possible training experience for both dog and owner. We pride ourselves on being able to maintain a happy and relaxed attitude in our dogs.
Free phone consultations!
We offer private lessons in your home, day training, virtual lessons, and phone consultations.
We work with every type of dog coming from every background imaginable, and this certainly includes rescue dogs. We absolutely love rehabilitating dogs, whose backgrounds may be completely unknown, so that they can become part of a loving family. Dogs are truly resilient. Most of their problems can be resolved once they have some structure, obedience, and compassionate attention.