I met Michelle through her husband Vincent who I knew raises Cane Corsos. I asked him who trains all your dogs and he said my wife Michelle. I was comfortable with her because I have a Great Dane and I wanted someone who was used to training large bred dogs. Well Michelle was more then qualified. She really knows her stuff and you can see why her dogs are so well behaved. We chose virtual lessons because of the pandemic and there were times when Michelle had 3 or 4 dogs in the room with her and if she didn’t pan the room with her camera you would have never known that’s how behaved they were. Michelle taught us that repetition is key and we have to be a treat dispenser. The major command my dog has to learn is “COME” because if he gets out of the yard or off his leash you want him to obey the “come” command otherwise you have a lost dog. Michelle is friendly, patient, caring and her love for animals especially dogs shines through whenever you talk to her. If you fail it’s because you didn’t do your part of the training. Danes are tricky they are so big at such a young age that you forget that they are still a puppy. I highly recommend Michelle as your trainer you will not regret it. She even offered to do the last session in person but I think she just wanted to play with my Dane. Lol. Good luck with your pup.

James R.

Paws & Rewind
2020-12-29T17:42:39+00:00

James R.

I met Michelle through her husband Vincent who I knew raises Cane Corsos. I asked him who trains all your dogs and he said my wife Michelle. I was comfortable with her because I have a Great Dane and I wanted someone who was used to training large bred dogs. Well Michelle was more then qualified. She really knows her stuff and you can see why her dogs are so well behaved. We chose virtual lessons because of the pandemic and there were times when Michelle had 3 or 4 dogs in the room with her and if she didn’t pan the room with her camera you would have never known that’s how behaved they were. Michelle taught us that repetition is key and we have to be a treat dispenser. The major command my dog has to learn is “COME” because if he gets out of the yard or off his leash you want him to obey the “come” command otherwise you have a lost dog. Michelle is friendly, patient, caring and her love for animals especially dogs shines through whenever you talk to her. If you fail it’s because you didn’t do your part of the training. Danes are tricky they are so big at such a young age that you forget that they are still a puppy. I highly recommend Michelle as your trainer you will not regret it. She even offered to do the last session in person but I think she just wanted to play with my Dane. Lol. Good luck with your pup.