If you have a dog and you need an expert Dog Trainer, Sandy’s Dog Training is the place to go.
It is wonderful to have Crimson off leash and with no car chasing,
The wife decided to try Sandy before giving up on our German Shepherd pup, Best decision she could have made. Sandy has helped us both so much to understand our pup and her actions. It turns out we were the ones who needed the training, not our pup. Thanks Sandy for training Hanna's humans
Moses was with Sandy 2 weeks. He just turned 4 months yesterday. He is doing very well. So nice to learn how to talk to him and relate what is expected of him. Moses has a sweet nature which also helps. Results are worth every penny. Sandy
Is knowledgable, relates great with your dog and is a great teacher to dog parents. Thank you so much, Sandy. Your interest and follow up are great..
Marley has now been home for almost 2 days. I am truly AMAZED at the changes in him! Walks that had been totally frustrating are now actually enjoyable. I'm so excited in all the improvements that I would do cartwheels if I still could! He has become quite the little gentleman. He is doing really well with "off leash" training, as well. The new training tools make the ongoing process so much easier......and fun!
Thank You, Sandy, for all you've done to make my and Marley's lives together so much more enjoyable!
Sandy has trained two of my dogs, We had her train them on the 10 day board/train package and she did AMAZING work. She not only trains the animals, she trains the owners. Her wealth of information is priceless. She is extremely willing to help regarding any issue you may have. Very dependable and very knowledgable.
My darling 8-week-old puppy turned into a crocodile. At 12-weeks when I tried to pet him, all I saw was puppy teeth. I tried to attach his leash to his collar for a walk - puppy teeth. Introduce him to new people? Yes, puppy teeth. We tried puppy kindergarten at a local pet store and he was so beyond their skill level. I was seriously considering returning him to the breeder because he was so beyond my skill level. I could imagine him growing into a 110-pound mass of teeth. Through the IACP trainers data base, I found Sandy’s name and called. When she told me the dog would tell her if we were not practicing between lessons I knew I found the right person. So, I didn’t return Trevor to the breeder. Now, thanks to Sandy training me, honestly more than Trevor, he’s my best pal and traveling companion.