All of our trainers have a clear federal background check.

All of our trainers have been trained and certified under the strict guidelines of Abraham, our Master Dog Trainer and owner.   

      Abraham , Founder and Master Dog Trainer     Abraham served honorably on active duty in the United States Marine Corps from 1999-2003. During his service Abraham became a certified K-9 handler, taught marksmanship at the rifle range and operated a Repairable Issue Point.  Abraham is also a service connected disabled veteran.        After he was honorably discharged Abraham started his own dog training company and has since trained thousands of dogs.  Abraham is one of the most experienced dog trainers in the country.    Abraham incorporates these skills with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and leadership-based training techniques, which enable the dog owner and family to have a successful, respectful relationship with their dog.     "Dog training is a personal passion of mine. A well trained and properly socialized dog can be a great fortune in someone's life or family. When a dog is trained and socialized correctly it can positively change the entire atmosphere of a family.  My goal is to create that fortune."

 

Abraham , Founder and Master Dog Trainer

Abraham served honorably on active duty in the United States Marine Corps from 1999-2003. During his service Abraham became a certified K-9 handler, taught marksmanship at the rifle range and operated a Repairable Issue Point.  Abraham is also a service connected disabled veteran.    

After he was honorably discharged Abraham started his own dog training company and has since trained thousands of dogs.  Abraham is one of the most experienced dog trainers in the country.

Abraham incorporates these skills with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and leadership-based training techniques, which enable the dog owner and family to have a successful, respectful relationship with their dog.

"Dog training is a personal passion of mine. A well trained and properly socialized dog can be a great fortune in someone's life or family. When a dog is trained and socialized correctly it can positively change the entire atmosphere of a family.  My goal is to create that fortune."

   Megan, Manager     Megan has many years of experience in accounting, commincations and management. Her professional goals are to ensure small businesses she helps can reach their full potential, while forming positive and long-lasting clientele relationships.     Megan has spent her entire life around dogs and developed a love for them at an early age. She has two large breed dogs at home; a blue nosed Pitbull, and a Boxer Pitbull mix. She has also been trusted to watch and care for family and friend’s dogs for long and short periods of time. Megan believes that with proper training and communication, dogs of all breeds can have a safe and happy loving home.      

Megan, Manager

Megan has many years of experience in accounting, commincations and management. Her professional goals are to ensure small businesses she helps can reach their full potential, while forming positive and long-lasting clientele relationships.

Megan has spent her entire life around dogs and developed a love for them at an early age. She has two large breed dogs at home; a blue nosed Pitbull, and a Boxer Pitbull mix. She has also been trusted to watch and care for family and friend’s dogs for long and short periods of time. Megan believes that with proper training and communication, dogs of all breeds can have a safe and happy loving home. 

 

    Lindsey, Lead Dog Trainer       Lindsey grew up in the suburbs with many different animals. Her brother worked at a pet store and would bring home animals big and small which fueled her passion for working in the field with animals. Lindsey has had many different types of pets herself, from rats and roosters, to geckos and snakes, though she always had a sweet spot for dogs. She began her journey working with animals by becoming a dog walker and learning how to deal with many different personalities and behaviors. As Lindsey built her connections with her dogs at work she was able to see the impact of her repetitive training to help the dogs learn new tricks and commands. The impact showed in not only the dog but with the family as well. This impact drove Lindsey to want to become a dog trainer and help different families create a happy household with a well-mannered dog.       

Lindsey, Lead Dog Trainer

Lindsey grew up in the suburbs with many different animals. Her brother worked at a pet store and would bring home animals big and small which fueled her passion for working in the field with animals. Lindsey has had many different types of pets herself, from rats and roosters, to geckos and snakes, though she always had a sweet spot for dogs. She began her journey working with animals by becoming a dog walker and learning how to deal with many different personalities and behaviors. As Lindsey built her connections with her dogs at work she was able to see the impact of her repetitive training to help the dogs learn new tricks and commands. The impact showed in not only the dog but with the family as well. This impact drove Lindsey to want to become a dog trainer and help different families create a happy household with a well-mannered dog. 

 

   Rachael, Dog Trainer     Rachael is a student at the University of Illinois, studying animal sciences in hopes of becoming a veterinarian. Her passion and love for dogs started at a young age when she received her first book about dog breeds, and since then, she has always wanted to pursue an animal-related career. Rachael has volunteered for multiple organizations, and is currently volunteering for a local animal shelter. As a dog trainer, Rachael hopes to make a difference as she's seen the impact training can have on the lives of dogs and their families. 

Rachael, Dog Trainer

Rachael is a student at the University of Illinois, studying animal sciences in hopes of becoming a veterinarian. Her passion and love for dogs started at a young age when she received her first book about dog breeds, and since then, she has always wanted to pursue an animal-related career. Rachael has volunteered for multiple organizations, and is currently volunteering for a local animal shelter. As a dog trainer, Rachael hopes to make a difference as she's seen the impact training can have on the lives of dogs and their families.