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2019 Spring Classes are here!

I am so excited to be bringing you 10 years of experience and PANT's 4th year of being in business! Thank you all for putting in the time, effort and work with your dog!

In March, I had the opportunity to attend the Wellsboro Career Day. We had so much fun talking to students about training and behavior, that I didn't have much left of my voice by the end of the day. We wish those students the best of luck as they begin this journey of what can be viewed as the unknown, chasing dreams and one of the biggest decision making processes of your life.


Our spring classes are finally here! In order to be guaranteed a spot in class, please register on our website. If you show up without registering, we cannot guarantee there will be space available.

Please remember that the first week is orientation, so please leave your dogs at home. We will discuss what the class covers, go over rules, ask questions, and see our demo dog in action. All classes will be held at Island Park, unless stated otherwise. We expect classes to fill up fast. Additional classes will be added if there is a waiting list.

8-week Basic Obedience / CGC Class beginning Saturday, May 25th at 10:00am - please note: due to the Coal Festival being held at Island Park, we will be meeting at the Blossburg Memorial Library Community Room for orientation. All remaining classes will be held at Island Park.

8-week Basic Obedience / CGC Class beginning Tuesday, May 28th at 6:00pm - please note: there will be no class held on June 18th.

6-week Puppy Class beginning Wednesday, May 29th at 6:00pm - please note: there will be no class held on June 19th.


Please note: I will be out of town from May 2nd through the 5th as well as May 15th through the 19th. I will do my best to respond to emails during the time I am away; however, I will not be able to answer phone calls or do any scheduling during that time. I will respond on the following Monday. Thank you for your patience during this time!


While I would love to record in more details the success of many clients, I feel setting up a camera and such would be too distracting - resulting in less one-on-one time with clients. So, I try to remember to take pics and usually always forget to share what we have been so busy with.

Since the beginning of April, I have had the privilege of working with a family and their 5-month old Border Collie/Australian Cattle Dog mix. Due to Finn's breed, he has high energy and high drive. The perfect combination for wanting to chase cars, being mouthy, barking, and keeping very busy. Finn's owners were concerned about his behaviors for an upcoming camping trip they were taking him on. With their determination and consistency, Finn came a long way in just 4 weeks where they left our last session feeling more confident in their rambunctious puppy, just by implementing impulse control exercises, some obedience, desensitization/counter-conditioning. While training is not over for them, they have the structure/rules, tools, and homework for when they are traveling. We know they will do well!

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