Jennifer Anderson, CPDT-KA
After college, she worked in the corporate world for several years where part of each of her jobs involved people training on some level. In 2006, she cut her work hours back to focus on one of her dogs who presented some behavioral challenges. After a few months, Jennifer changed her career and spent time working in dog daycares and boarding facilities.
During that time, she developed a love of dog training and dog behavior. In 2007, she started training dogs and their people full-time.
She has spent almost 10 years completely surrounded by dogs and continues to learn something new from them on a daily basis. Jennifer and her husband are very involved in preservation efforts for rare Japanese breeds, primarily the Kai Ken. They help by importing the breeds and breeding or placing them in homes throughout North America. If you would like more information on this, visit http://www.yamabushikennel.org.
Jennifer enjoys working with dogs and cats from infancy through adulthood in any capacity she can, but she is specifically interested in behavioral development and modification.
Jennifer’s training experience has been primarily providing in-home training for dogs of all ages. She held training classes in Taos in 2012. She is very interested in teaching adults and children safe and positive methods for training and handling dogs. In addition, she hopes to continue her education to strengthen her knowledge of animal care, training and behavior in order to help a variety of cases.
In 2012, Jennifer earned her training certification through the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers.
Please contact Jennifer if you think that she can help you and your canine family.
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