Angie has an amazing approach to canine behavior based on a natural, holistic, and most importantly, instinctual way of thinking. Her ultimate goal is educating people about the difference between Human Psychology and Dog Psychology. Angie does not consider herself a dog trainer; she calls herself the canine problem solver. Her fresh approach has been hailed as revolutionary by teaching others about centering the human before we begin teaching them about the dog.
Addressing unwanted behaviors isn’t just an issue for the dog to resolve. Angie brings activities for people to help the elements that they need to strengthen personally in order to be strong, confident, and consistent pack leaders. Yoga and meditation for those who need to relax, martial arts for those who need confidence, as well as massage, acupuncture, and chiropractics for all humans and pups. Angie takes you deep into your self-awareness, because when you are more conscious, you will live a more balanced life with your dog. Period.
With more than 30 years of professional experience working with dogs, Angie’s knowledge has helped many families and their dogs. When Angie was a toddler, her family noticed her obsession with all types of animals, and that she had a special connection with them. (Her family would often call her Ellie Mae, referring to the animal loving family member of The Beverly Hillbillies.)
“Once we stop talking, we begin to learn. Watch, observe, and emulate.”
What does Angie mean by “Natural Holistic Approach?”
Think about the animal being given the opportunity to be in a natural environment and amongst their own species. In other words, what is the natural behavior of the animal?
Angie really breaks the information down and helps people understand why they have trouble with their dogs and what they can do about it. People want real solutions that work, and Angie’s lessons are life lessons, not just dog lessons.
“Come learn to be the leader that your dog dreamed you would be.”