"Where to begin, Jay has brought obedience and order to my household. He has the patience of a saint and knows his breeds of dogs. Jay goes the extra mile to work with each individual dog as well as in a group. He spent the time needed to focus on what each dog needed to be more successful individually and as well in a group. Mixing a household of four dogs and having two dogs with similar personalities was not an easy task. With Jay he helped to correct the challenges that were presented as well as presented new and different ways to have harmony in the house. I have experienced several different obedience training classes and have to say that without a doubt, Jay's techniques and advice and teaching ways have been the most successful and fun and lasting. He has made a huge difference in my life and the life of my dogs! Thank you Jay. I am looking forward to working with you again soon!"
"Jay worked with my dog Rudy, an Australian Shepard with aggression toward human strangers, and also even with some people he knew. He would always act overly protective of me, and anytime I went to hug someone goodbye he would lunge at their ankles. I saw incredible results after our first session with Jay, and my family couldn't stop commenting on how much better Rudy had become once our training was complete. Jay has a way with both animals and people and is very pleasant to work with. Thanks Jay!!!"
"I think Jay is fabulous. He gently let me know most of the issues are with me, not my dog! His insight is invaluable in my many areas of my life including parenting my kids! If you are thinking of paying for dog obedience training to overcome some dog issues, I suggest you invest in behavior training first. The trust you build with your dog is the most important thing. And Jay is the best!"
"Our puppy behaved in a way that felt like a constant battle of wills at eating time, on a leash, even as we simply moved throughout our home. Jay taught us about how a dog thinks and communicates. He taught us how to convey that the people are in charge and how to teach her acceptable behavior by changing ours. We had a puppy with an attitude now we can't imagine our home without her."