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Liz O. (4/22/18; FACEBOOK REVIEW): -Reston, VA

On New Years Eve we brought home a five year old female dachshund from a shelter. She had a host of medical problems that luckily were solved, but the bigger challenge was the baggage she brought with her from a history that included neglect. She was extremely skittish and very reactive to dogs and humans. Walking with her was not a pleasure, and a dog coming the other way was a cause for dread. I searched for help. Then it was Michael to the rescue. Even after the two hour initial evaluation I could see a difference in Miss Daisy, but the most important part was how much I learned during those two hours that would help me help her. I signed up for several sessions and over the course of those weeks, I learned more and more about how my attitude, actions and reactions affected my dog. These days it is a pleasure to walk with Daisy. She still gets a little reactive now and again, but the big difference is that I know how to handle her a whole lot better and how to defuse the situation through positive reinforcement and letting Daisy take her cues and assessment of the situation from me. Michael was great to work with--he is an expert, both assertive and kind, intelligent and with a great sense of humor. I am so glad I chose Dogbedience. I know if we have setbacks I can get in touch with Michael and he will be able to help.

Anne W. (4/5/18; FACEBOOK POST): -Reston, VA

Good Morning Michael ! 
Russel already started to do what I asked him to do without my command and I'm enjoying him more sitting beside me and he is a good listener than ever before . Enjoying going to the dog park very much. 
Thank you again for giving 2hrs of your time to help Russel to be a good listener. I don't know how you did it but it's like black Magic . You are the best and Jamie is so right!!!  have a safe and wonderful Thursday ! 

Lois C. (4/2/18; YELP REVIEW): -Herndon, VA

We had a two hour session with Mike for our small rescue hound, Eddy.  It was time and money well spent.  Eddy was a different dog as soon as Mike was out the door because we were different owners. He gets right to work and his knowledge is extensive.  I can't recommend this trainer highly enough!

Mike G. (11/4/17): -Vienna, VA

Hi Michael,
I just wanted to send you some updates. Bleu is doing pretty well in general. I've still been working with Bleu on resource guarding. I am somewhat able to get him to drop treats and bones, which is better than where he started. He's still on edge with his food if pushed too far, but he's been desensitized more than where we were. Something that helps is we have Marley and him eat next to each other and I think he's getting more used to it.
We've been having him meet more dogs outside. He's still not great with face to face meetings, he often seems nervous, but I take it slow and eventually he can meet some dogs. He's also much better about walking by dogs without having big reactions.
I think one of the biggest improvements has been at daycare. If you remember, he used to just sit in the corner and want to be by himself. Now he walks around with all the dogs and seems very comfortable. You can see him in the picture below (Marley is in the pic too, on the right side).


NANCY W.'s YELP REVIEW(6/29/17): -Reston, VA

You will not find a better trainer for your dog, no matter what your dog's issue is. My dog, Katy, was barking and snapping at people. From the moment Michael met her she got better. He not only trained Katy, he trained me! I needed to do a better job managing the dog and he taught me how to do it. He is wonderful to work with and shares tips and tricks for managing all sorts of behavior in dogs. Katy is a different dog now that her training with Michael is over--I couldn't have done it without him. He is the best!

KATY E.'s YELP REVIEW (6/16/17): -Reston, VA

Mike was a positive, passionate trainer and clearly loves dogs.  He really taught us how to understand our dog and how to work with him.  He doesn't believe in negative reinforcement, but always positive and not using any force.  His model for training (we have a German Shepherd) is very good.

May 2017 Reston, Va. 
SUBJECT: Hudik, male, Black Lab mix, 2 yrs old came to me a fearful dog described by his owner: Hudik is afraid of street noises -- garbage trucks, school buses -- which makes him unpredictable on walks. He has recently been balking at leaving the house. He's on amitriptyline for his anxiety.
After my 2 Hr In-Home Consultation & Training Session, Hudik's owner sent me her email:
On Saturday we went back to the South Lakes Center for a walkabout combined with a short sit at the lake, and today we braved Sunrise for our morning excursion.  Hudik was perfect.  He didn't try to drag me to my death, but rather bravely walked at a sedate pace with only periodic corrections. What a complete turnabout.  
On the other hand, he refused to go to his plotz when the computer guy came today. So, more work needs to be done when greeting guests at the house.
Dr. Reich, the behaviorist vet, doesn't want to change his meds or his dosage just yet.  I can fill you in further on her comments if you like, but just wanted to let you know that I did ask about a medication change to see if Hudik couldn't be more comfortable about taking treats on our walks.
Your coaching has already reaped great results and we are so grateful.

Shirley and Hudik   

ROBIN M. (6/4/17) :- Great Falls, VA

BTW, don't know if you noticed, but Lilly had a great meet with a young boy and his mom as we were leaving the park. She sat while he petted her and then he let her give him a kiss. You are truly amazing! And at home yesterday, we were working/playing off leash in the front of the house when a group of young boys walked by. Although she didn't come to me as quickly as I would have liked, she did and there was no jumping up on the group. Small steps, but good!

Angela & Mike G. (6/3/17) :- Vienna, VA

Hi Michael,
I just wanted to tell you that today was the first time in a long time that I felt comfortable enough to take Bleu on a long morning walk. We practiced positive reinforcement at a safe threshold with dogs and runners. I also took him to the plaza and practiced up-sit-stay-come. I definitely saw good progress with him. I'm glad we have someone teaching us how to be better owners/leaders. Below is a picture of Bleu practicing.


Tim N. (6/1/17) :- Centerville, VA


I wanted to send you a quick follow up note after last nights training session.  I cannot thank you enough for the time and tips.  After thinking it through and talking about it with family and friends, it all seems 'logical' is just a matter of enforcing.  

I am happy to report that I went on two walks this morning (one with each dog individually) and they did fantastic.  I spent more time working with Scout on her getting to the end of the lead and recognizing that she had to stay within the 6'.  And then with Boo, we came across the big white Great Pyrenees...the first sign of tension I gave her a correction and she backed off.  She stayed calm as the dog passed, and then as you noted, she was interested in sniffing the area after the dog passed.  So I gave her a few seconds to do that and we were on our way.  

We had grandparents visit this AM for an event at my daughters school, so we also got to test out their reaction to the door.  We got a strong barking reaction from them, but focused on quieting them, sending them to the rug and making them stay while the guests entered.  A quick question for you...if I know people are coming by and we are working on this, is it OK to get the leashes on them beforehand?  When I was quieting the dogs, Boo actually went upstairs.  I did not want to "chase" her up there, but also wanted to make sure I got her downstairs to the rug.  Any thoughts?

But all in all, a great morning the first day after.  Now it is just a matter of consistency and continuing to enforce the behavior!  We cannot thank you enough!


Katy, Coton de Tulear, reactivity
May 2017 Reston, Va. 
SUBJECT: Katy, female, Coton de Tulear, 1 year, 4 months came to me described by her owner as: A wonderful dog but does not like strangers. She barks and pulls on the leash and lunges at strangers. She hasn't bitten anyone but {her owner is} very careful to restrain her around strangers.
After my 2 Hr In-Home Consultation & Training Session Katy has learned to leave the door after a couple of barks and goes to her bed to await her release to meet visitors. She no longer pulls on the lead attached to her collar. More importantly, the nearby shopping center allowed us to visit and apply positive reinforcement in the presence of strangers. Utilizing sound position and smooth handling of the lead allowed Katy to relax a tad and gave her social senses a chance. She actually offered to sniff passers-by with out a lot of Reactivity! Her owner and I were overjoyed and reinforced her good behavior positively. While giving Katy an opportunity to "meet" calmly and safely in her mind she is learning to become more comfortable around strangers while within the restriction of her lead, trusting her person to be her Leader. Dogs are inherently social and their needs must be met. The trick is getting there. Katy will be working further with dOgBEDIENCE in the coming weeks, and I'm excited to help her to be a more, stable and in-control dog.

BRENDA R.'s YELP REVIEW (3/31/17): -Sterling, VA

We had such a great and positive experience with Mike training our puppy, Oliver. We were hesitant at first but after talking to him over the phone, he answered a lot of our questions so we decided to do the 2 hour consult and saw a 70% improvement with his leash pulling the next day. I think the main thing is that Mike trains YOU. We gained such a better understanding of how Oliver thinks and how to reinforce him positively. We've enjoyed all the training sessions and I highly recommend dOgBEDIENCE. 

Karen of Great Falls, VA- Mar 2017 feat.Truffle, 2y English Lab

Just wanted to tell you that Truffle does remember her training! I am puppy sitting my son's Jack Russell who can't go out loose and won't heel on a leash. After working in the garden all afternoon, I got to the house with all dogs and realized that I had dropped one of my gloves. I saw it in the grass about 150 feet away. And I didn't feel like dragging the Jack back to get it and my arms were full so I didn't want to pick him up. 
I showed the one I had to Truffle and gave her a "seek" command. She ran out and got it and brought it to me. The jack tried to tug it from her, but she pulled away, circled behind me and presented the glove!
Later I went to let Slipper out but wanted Truffle to stay with me and puppy. They were all crowding the door. I told Truff to stay, opened the door, Slipper ran out and Truffle stayed. All your good training!!
Your training is excellent. Put Truffle's photo in too. I'm so proud of her! And your excellent training and coaching is why I haven't stopped training with you. She would never be this good if we hadn't stuck with it for more than five or ten lessons! It takes lots of practice and reminders to correct things that slip.

Elizabeth P. (1/11/17 YELP REVIEW): -Vienna, VA

Hire Mike for training your K-9. Mike trained my puppy Chewie for the past several months. The commands he taught to communicate with Chewie are easy and Chewie understands each command we learned from Mike. Never owned a dog before Chewie, and Mike effectively communicated reasonable & unreasonable expectations for a puppy

Mike was extremely understanding when I canceled due to my dog being sick. He did not want Chewie to be trained when not healthy or possibly expose other dogs. He was also understanding when I was sick. Mike bent over backwards to work us into the schedule. It was important to Mike that Chewie and I learned to work together. 

Mike has an outrageous sense of humor and it's obvious Mike loves training dogs. He is amazing. Thank you Mike for your dedication and hard work. 


JUL 2015 Karen W., Great Falls, Va

Hi Michael, I just wanted to tell you about Truffle's break through just now. I went to turn out my young thoroughbred horse and he bolted from the barn. She took off after him hoping to have a chase. That was very dangerous. I screamed Truffle NO about three times. The horse was running like a maniac! She looked at me twice and the third time came running to me. The minute she turned toward me I called to her that she was a good girl and sooo good. She got to me at a full gallop. My other horse was acting up and her temptation was really great to start another chase. But when I called her, she obeyed my hand signal to leave the paddock. I went to hug her and tell her how wonderful she is and it was great.
That's because of all of your training with both of us. Thanks for schooling me to train my wild child.
I am so pleased with her progress and that I am now able to save her from potentially life threatening situations. All from your training.

Christine of Burke, VA- Feb 2013 (after only 2 Behavior Sessions)-

"We took Ulan to the vet last night and everyone remarked on what a nice dog he was.  He never barked, growled or showed any signs of dominance or aggression.  We also took him with us to Home Depot this morning.  We had 5 people come up to us and comment on what a good dog he was.  Please pass on my thanks to Michael for all his help.  We still have work to do with greeting other dogs, but the hard work is starting to pay off!"

May 2013 From an email sent by Delilah's owner, Tim F. of Waterford, Va: 

What you showed us and make good progress with Delilah.  Not to mention I did the door drill with our smaller dog earlier today, who is a barker, and she already has it down.  It's crazy how it works once you know how to get through to them...We'll be in touch after 2 - 3 weeks once we have time to see how our new approach works.  I feel positive about it given the little positive improvements we've noticed in less than a day so far. Thanks again.

Delilah update: 
It has been about a month or so since we last chatted.  Delilah is doing well.  We've been pretty darn consistent with everything since you pointed it out.  She's been exposed to lots of trigger situations and each one has been a positive experience.  We've had no bites, or close call, since we met with you and we've not been using the muzzle.  We have been very engaged, however, to ensure things keep positive progression.  While I don't think it has been long enough yet that it's "second nature" for her to not react to a situation on her own yet, it seems it is second nature for her to respond to us giving the appropriate commands.  Overall I would say it is a night and day difference.  It's also evident in things like playtime.  She is so much more submissive now, particularly to me, that I can't chase her in the backyard anymore.  She just rolls over on her back.  Very interesting. 

From Facebook per Teddy Bear's owners, Jennifer B. of Reston, Va July2013:
      "It's like a miracle!"
      "Two days later, he's still like a whole new do

As shared by Chloe's owner on his own FB page-July 2013
     "Chloe has come back a model St. Bernard after her 10 days of training at dOgbedience..."

Kristen of Reston, VA-Feb 2013 (after 3 Behavior Sessions)-

I think Layla is progressing really well. She's doing better with ignoring other dogs (or at least not showing explosive excitement) when we're out on our walks. As long as we get her attention early, she can usually focus on us instead of the dog.  We also took her to dog park on Monday and she did well again. She and this mini-pit-looking dog, Jessie, were great play pals. We also ran into Bella and her mom--who I've seen on your facebook page. 
   Also, I keep in touch with the Washington Humane Society with periodic questions and updates and told them about our second try at dog parks, with the help of dOgbedience Dog Park Mentoring. They might feature us in a blog post! I'll share the link if that materializes.     

Kristen of Reston,VA continued--      

Thanks for a great training session today with Layla! We're looking forward to putting all of your guidance to work :) We had a great walk and some off leash time with Layla today. We practiced the no pulling, leave it, and look commands. (Look at that slack leash!) She didn't try to jump on any passersby :)

Rani of Reston, VA. per her comments in Facebook:

Oh! My other favorite part is talking to people about lead walking and they talk about how it is not an option for their dog. I automatically look down at Bella and think - yeah - I was the biggest believer it was absolutely not possible. I tell them I really feel I need to see a chiropractor with how bad she was - they think I just have a behaved dog... ha! little do they know! It will take us a while to perfect BUT if Bella can do it - then I believe any dog can do it!?

Aggression case--Aug 2012, Facebook message:

It was incredible for us to see what Kaiser is capable of doing once his “owners” are trained! We had accepted the fact that we could not have people come to our house, or walk Kaiser down the street without being in fear that he may lunge at someone. To see what could be done in just two hours truly was an eye opening experience! We are excited to work with you and look forward to our upcoming sessions as we work on behavior modification together.
Jon, Kim, Olivia and “Kaiser”

Jon of Bristow, VA wrote in an update for Kaiser (GSD)
 Fall of 2012: 

Hi Mike we did have a great session! We felt so confident we took him to Merrifield center...Petsmart and Pet Valu when we left! He was worn out. Thanks as always for your guidance.

Judy of Vienna, VA on Jan. 2013-

Michael, thank you so much for spending time with us out in the cold weather. It was extremely helpful and I plan to go to the park a lot more often to work on Liberty's behavior while enjoying her play at the same time. I'm more anxious than ever for the warm weather so I can work with you even more on obedience and agility."
     "Here's my favorite new picture of Liberty, taken by my daughter-in-law over the holidays.
On Jan. 31, Judy of Vienna, VA also wrote inFB update-

Thanks for posting this Michael! I give you a lot of credit for getting me through raising a puppy!

Melissa of Fairfax, Va in Jun. 2013--

Hi Michael, I hope this finds you doing well! Lucy continues do to amazing! She's such a different dog on our walks and the walks are enjoyable for all of us now.

Janice of Oakton, Va on June 23, 2013-

We all found yesterday's session to be very helpful and informative---and although it was a lot of information for me to take in and remember---it made an impact on all of us about how important dog training is for our dogs and family.  On top of that, it was fun and we all enjoyed it."
On June 26, 2013, Janice of Oakton, Va wrote--
     "I am surprised at how much better the dogs are behaving since our one session with Michael.  We are all trying to implement the skills he was showing us during the training.
 On July 6, 2013, Janice of Oakton, Va wrote--
     "Lucy and Otis are still doing pretty
well....Looking forward to my course in dog psychology.

Dog to dog Aggression case: Behavior modification for 8 yr old rescue (Terrier mix)-
On Jan 6, 2014, at 18:25, Amy B. of Reston, Va in an email wrote:
I really believe in you guys and I want to share what you've already done in 3 sessions!   I was at the end of my rope.
thank you, Amy

Behavior update for client dogs' Lucy & Otis, of Oakton, Va (Oct 26, 2013):
Please tell Michael that both dogs did exceedingly well last night with meeting my mother-in-law and her friend (they are staying with us this week), and also with just hanging out with the family in the evening.

We were very "smart" about how we introduced them---first, when they first arrived at our house while the dogs were in their kennel, then bringing Lucy and Otis up later after dinner, while everyone sat calmly at the table.  We kept Otis on a loose lead until we were sure it was going to go well.  And we left a short leash on him so we could grab him if we needed to do that while he was running around. 

Otis did very well.  He got a little defensive and jumpy when Joe (a kind, short 85 year old man) stood up to greet him and tried to play with him(Joe was not afraid of him)---but we all stayed calm, and Otis calmed down, too.  We all sat in the family room and played with them by the fire  (one would never have known all the issues we have been challenged with in the last few months).
We are going to keep a close eye on Otis this week, but I do think we have turned a corner with him---and really learned so much ourselves about owning/training a dog.  I am feeling much more confident that this week with company in the house will go well with the dogs.  And honestly, I grow more fond of Otis every day. 

One thing I am Thankful for this Thanksgiving is all the support and training we have received from both you and Michael, seriously!  I don't know where we would be without dOgbedience.

Happy Thanksgiving!! 

Novie T of Falls Church, Va wrote in a dOgBEDIENCE Yelp review (Nov 21,2013):

Michael, the owner/ trainer is phenomenal! He is patient, funny and truly loves and understands dogs. He is a former professional K-9 officer and it shows. I have worked with several trainers and he is hands down the best.
He assisted me with several issues with my two year old German Shepherd: budding separation anxiety, guarding against my older dog, meeting other large dogs and heeling while excited. 
He taught me how to handle my dog in any situation, giving me the tools I needed to help her be the great dog she is. I especially loved the fact that he will come to your house or meet you in settings where your dog needs help, which is unusual in my experience with previous trainers.
For us, we worked at my house, at the dog park, at the park where we go every day and Pet Smart. We also worked together at an obedience field in Reston, where my dog learned fun things like jumping hurdles and seeking objects.
I cannot recommend him highly enough!

Email (1/23/14) from Julie C., Vienna, Va:  

Byron and I were very impressed with what you were able to accomplish with Team Gus last night. I feel we have quite a bit to work on and practice. Thank you for a great training session!

Jan 25, 2014 Merrill L., of McLean, Va emailed us-

Teako & I are looking forward to the Obedience Training sessions with Michael! Teako seemed to really enjoy the evaluation [training] session- I think it has already boosted his confidence.
Many Thanks!

March 2014 Alexa L., Reston VA

Thanks again for coming to our house last night!  We had a great time working with you and we learned A LOT!  The dogs slept on the floor last night and we practiced your method of walking them this morning.  We could tell they were much calmer today which was a nice way to start out our day.  We will continue to work with them on what you showed us and we hope to get Clipper into one of your programs in the future so we can make sure we are building his confidence in the best ways possible!

I personally feel a lot happier about our situation because I now know I can handle training them.  

Thanks again for everything and we will be in touch!

April 2014 Amy, Reston VA

I had received several complaints from my apartment neighbors about my rescue dog - in spite of both of us having attended multiple canine behavior classes together, her leash re-activity was very threatening, she was fearful and this combination made relaxing dog walks impossible. I was upset about the complaints and called dOgBedience immediately. Officer Peer came over to meet with us in our home and during that first session identified several primary issues and their probable cause . He laid out a clear and practical training schedule which included 6 intense sessions. Each session was packed with useful information, observations and recommendations. My lovely dog is so much better today - signs of improvement started immediately and I continue to use the tools which I learned from working with Michael, his son, Brett and their terrific companion dog, Rogue. 

June 2014 Gabby P., Reston VA

Thank you so much for following up. Cocoa has improved significantly. We have stopped letting her claim the doorway as her territory and we feel a lot more relaxed when guests come over. They barely even bark we when we come home! She still tries to climb on us when we walk in, but not as bad as before. We reward good behavior with treats and everything is going well INSIDE the home. We still need to do more training interacting with other dogs. We are hoping that by late summer we will be able to pick up where we left off. I thank you so much for your professionalism and this miracle that we thought we would never see! I will reach out to you when we are ready! 

July 2014 Kristen, Sterling, Va (after first 2 hr Consultation & Training)

Hello, I walked Dino yesterday and he is already improving on his leash. I was so impressed! I know it is going to take a lot of work to get him to be a well rounded happy dog. I have decided to go with the "complete socialization package" per your recommendation. It will take us a little while to be ready financially though (I have to pay for classes next week so money will be tight for a little bit). I will contact you in a few weeks to start scheduling his training sessions, once we get everything sorted.
Thank you so much

Aug 2014 Karen W, Great  Falls VA (after first 2 hr Consultation & Training)

I really enjoyed our training session with Truffle. We have been practicing and the pulling is already getting much better. She does not bolt when I open the door. She also responds to the hand signal to come from more than half way across the back field. The down command is much harder. I have only gotten her to do it once. The heel is improving, but we have a long way to go. 

Aug 2014 Aaron, NW DC (after first 2 hr Consultation & Training)

Thank you for your visit this morning.  I learned a great deal about 'shaping behavior'. I took the dog out for his second walk late tonight (I had an evening commitment) and it was a breeze. I walked the dog with two fingers. Yes, I understand that there is continuous reinforcement to achieve wanted behavior... but he is a pup and he will get better. The bitting was still an issue tonight but I stuck a small hand towel in his mouth and the nipping stopped.
It's late and I just wanted you to know that I am grateful for your service and look forward to making more progress with this Ajax.
Please keep me in mind for the leash order and any other chew toy or exercise aid such as jumping barriers, etc, etc..

Aug 2014 Dianne, Reston Va

Thank you so much for coming over the other night. Pepper learned so much and so did we!
We still think he needs more work. Could we schedule another behavioral modification class?  

Dec 2014 Janeen G., Herndon, Va


About a month ago you came to our house to help train Sara, our black lab/vizsla rescue.  You showed us how to use "the zone" when someone comes to the door as a means of taming her jumping and craziness. We've been working on it with her, and today, when the doorbell rang, Sara went straight to the zone on her own!  She didn't stay, but did return when I sent her.  I was just amazed.  Thank you!
Along  those lines, I'd like to schedule some training sessions with you after the holidays.  I know there's a great dog trapped inside this crazy rescue puppy!

Dec 2014 Karen W., Great Falls, Va

Hi Michael,

I just wanted to tell you about how well Truffle did today. I let her out this evening for a run on the farm. When I went to find her about 20 minutes later, she came with a large skeleton of freshly killed carrion in her mouth. I think it was a baby deer that had been stripped but the skeleton still hung together minus the head and feet. It was left by either vultures or a coyote.
Needless to say I didn't want her to have it and she wanted it more than anything!!
I told her to drop it and she ran behind the barn. I didn't chase her because she really likes that game. I went around the other way, when she saw me she was about to bolt again. At a distance of about thirty feet, I told her to sit. She did. Then I told her to stay, and she did. When I got close enough to hold her harness I told her to drop. She did! I'm really proud of my girl!
Thanks to you for all of your training!

FEB 28, 2015 Sheri B., Fairfax, Va

Hi  Gladys, I wanted Michael to know what a tremendous help and what an awesome turnaround Royce has made in one session with him.  Everything I/we learned in those two hours has been working great!  The biting has stop (90%), walking with the leash is fun and practicing with people coming to the door has been wonderful.  I plan on picking a session package to continue with more training.  I don’t have his email to say thank you for the help and coming immediately to solve the problems I was having for me.  Would you please pass this on to him so he knows how appreciative I am?

MAR 2015 Sheri B., Fairfax, Va

Hi Gladys, Please tell Michael what an awesome time Royce and I had on our first training session!  It was so much fun to watch Michael work with Royce at Reston Town Center.  We’re looking forward to the next session.  Thanks again

APR 2015 Sheri B. (by text), Fairfax, Va
Royce and I had a great time today!! Thank you for bringing Rogue. I felt like it helped Royce and me get used to the big guys. I never thought Reston Town Center would be such a great training area, but it totally is.  
Thanks again!!

AUG 2015 Lynn H., Reston, Va

Hope you're doing well. Dusty rarely runs in the pack anymore at dog park, so I've gotten the courage up to let her run on dropped lead (see the video)...only because we've been through your training!She passed the first test with Fairfax Pets on Wheels. Our next step is the background investigation and then one more test. She wasn't afraid of wheelchair or walker and seemed to like the attention once they gave her a treat. Thanks again for everything. Take care.

Janeen (12/23/14):- Herndon, VA

Hi Mike!  About a month ago you came to our house to help train Sara, our black lab/vizsla rescue.  You showed us how to use "the zone" when someone comes to the door as a means of taming her jumping and craziness. We've been working on it with her, and today, when the doorbell rang, sara went straight to the zone on her own!  She didn't stay, but did return when I sent her.  I was just amazed.  Thank you!

Along  those lines, I'd like to schedule some training sessions with you after the holidays.  I know there's a great dog trapped inside this crazy rescue puppy!

Happy holidays,
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