KG-DOGS

It takes a very special dog to land a position on Team Garvin. Each of these dogs found me, so I feel that each of them were “heaven sent”! They each offer unique characteristics and attributes which enhances our clients training experience. Team Garvin has inspired an untold number of dog owners to help their dogs become the best they can be.

 


 

2014-03-18 Karyn and Luke 2

Luke was the first dog to be on Team Garvin. In many ways he is still the lead dog understanding more commands than any of his other teammates. Now however, at the age of 8 he is also happy to relinquish some of his former duties and responsibilities to his buddies. To learn more about Luke click here.

 


 

2014-03-18 Karyn and Pepper

Pepper is a wonderful black female German Shepherd dog. She takes the lead by offering a stable force to be reckoned with for uncertain dogs which behave aggressively. Pepper brings calm to the moment as she leads by example. She understands her value and willingly steps forward to help out with less confident dogs. She is a great teacher.

 


 

2014-03-18 Karyn and B.B

B.B. is a Beagle Bull dog mix. She loves food and is always highly motivated to perform. No dog can move quite as a tightly or precisely as B.B. which makes her a joy to watch. (It’s in her DNA). She also has the heart of a lion. She brings a little testiness to the mix when we are looking to see if a dog is reactive. She is both testy and trustworthy!

 


 

2014-03-18 Karyn and Neelix

Neelix has the heart of a Therapy dog. He loves to help our clients with small dogs. He’s never pushy or testy which is also very reassuring for timid dogs. Neelix builds confidence in tender hearted dogs and warms the hearts of their owners at the same time. He also Loves to go to work and Loves being a part of the team.

Most Recent Review

Renee
Renee

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I recently met Karyn Garvin and heard her speak on Training your dog using an Integrative Approach. She is a great speaker and her many, many years of Dog training clearly show in her confidence and clear explanations of why and how her approach is so successful. Altho I have had formal training with my dog, hearing her talk about the good dog/bad dog behavior and how we unknowingly feed the bad dog behavior really resonated with me. How to effectively use tethering was a wonderful tool. I particularly liked how she reminded us, a dog is a dog. What is a dogs natural instincts and how to work with those instincts to have a happier, better behaved, dog. Loved her and wouldn't hesitate to use her for continued training.

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