Testimonials

March 11, 2012 by DogLogic Training
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“Thanks for all the extra time you spent with me. Even though it was a group class – it almost felt like a private lesson.”

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“Love your indoor building! It’s so nice not having to worry about classes being cancelled because of the rain.”

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“You guys were so fun and insightful. I can’t wait until the next seminar.”

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“We had a nice weekend and wound up with 3 Q’s and 3 blues. Your teaching is really going to good use. It takes some of the nerves out when you know how to handle the pieces. Makes the game so much more fun!  Thanks for everything!”
-Vanessa Hess

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“Reyna did better than I ever could have hoped or imagined. I’ll admit, I was pretty apprehensive about whether or not we’d even be able to participate in class. I really appreciate the time and consideration that you took to help us succeed.”
– Elizabeth Smith

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“I want to thank you again for taking such good care of Reo.  I brought you a 4 month old puppy without manners and in just 10 days I brought home a puppy with lovely manners.  Truly amazing! I love the way he waits for me to open doors. He is taking food out of my hand with manners! He loves the “down” command and, when told, runs to his rug in the kitchen and immediately goes down. His sit/stay is very stable. I am excited to continue his training and look forward to his classes.”
– Lynn Westman

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“Ollie and I started competing last year.  Our first show was the March 2008 show in Charlotte.  In his 5 shows, he earned his NA and NAJ titles and 2 open standard legs. To accomplish that much in such a few number of shows is a testament to how great our training from Lynne has been!!!”
– Gretchen Brenes

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“Dave says that things are going very well. A couple times David chanced telling Sophie to STAY while the door was open and she sat and stayed until he treated her when it was over.  He never would have done that before with her because she would RUN out the door. The real deal happened when he has walked her in the morning — they are always passed by two big yellow school buses that are noisy and filled with screaming kids. David said last spring, Sophie would leap up on her hind legs, raise her hair and snarl and bark and want to take off towards the bus. Now with the GenCon Gentle Leader, she stays right with him and completely ignores the buses! He can hardly believe it. We are so happy with the new Sophie!”
– Laurie Wegner

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“Thank you so much for taking such good care of Meija. Your obvious care for her was what I am most appreciative of. To be away from my beloved puppy that I had never spent more than a day from, was not easy. But, knowing that she was in THE BEST of hands made it much, much better (the proof is that I only called twice!). To see how Meija behaved for you it was plain as day that she was treated incredibly well, and for that I am very thankful. What you taught her was much more than I had even hoped and worth many times more than what I paid.

I am still in shock of what you did for her. She is great with taking the toy or treat when I tell her to and letting it go when I tell her to. That advice you gave me about rewarding her with more play is just genius! The long line that I use for recalls is working wonders. And walking on the leash has been a much more pleasant experience. But compared to before I brought her to you she is a completely different dog!”
– Dave MacMurray

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