Ahead of the Pack Dog Training - SAVE A LIFE..RESCUE ONE.. MAKE A DIFFERENCE..TRAIN YOUR DOG

From time to time I Foster from a number of Local rescues and shelters. Below are just a few wonderful dogs that came to me because they had behavior issues or just found themselves in the wrong home. Fostering has  enriched my life and given many dogs a second chance.  Please consider give a dog a second chance!!







Tilley
Tilley
My Latest Foster Tiiley from Family Addition Rescue of Charlotte is a 10 month old chocolate lab. Tilley was adopted to a wonderful woman on June 1. Tilley came to me with separation anxiety and behavioral issue regarding humans. With the help of my doggie community and countless hours, I am happy to say Tilley see the world in a different perspective and has better coping skills to dealing with new experiences and exposures.
TILLEY HAS BEEN ADOPTED BY A WONDERFUL YOUNG WOMAN!!!! She has given Tilley the direction and dedication Tilley needed. Tilley has been so blessed to have found such a special person that understood she was not perfect but willing to look beyond that and just love her. I am happy to say that Tilley is living a good Life NOW!!!!
TILLEY HAS BEEN ADOPTED BY A WONDERFUL YOUNG WOMAN!!!! She has given Tilley the direction and dedication Tilley needed. Tilley has been so blessed to have found such a special person that understood she was not perfect but willing to look beyond that and just love her. I am happy to say that Tilley is living a good Life NOW!!!!
Tilley
Tilley
Cheyenne
Cheyenne came to me through a mutual friend that could not handle her nipping at children legs. Cheyenne is 2 year old blue heeler cattle dog and a luv bug with her humans. Its in her nature to herd, be it cow or dogs or little humans she doesn't understand the difference. We try to redirect some of the herding energy to ball chasing and other dogs. She was adopted by a wonderful friend and her partner who have a large property and two dogs that keep Cheyenne grounded.
Cheyenne
Cheyenne
Cheyenne
Gusman
Gusman came to me from Family Addition Dog Rescue of Charlotte when he was 5 months old. He was a wild boy that needed some direction and guidance on how to behave with other dogs. He played very rough and didn't listen to what other dogs were telling him. After going though my Basic obedience course he began to understand and have better manners. He realized that he could indeed play with other dogs but needed to be less rough when engaging in play wrestling. I am happy to say that Gus was adopted by a wonder family that has given him a new direction on life. He loves to play with their 9 year old daughter and enjoy sharing his new home with their two cats. He also has lots of doggie friends. Gusman was a great foster success story. He just needed the patience and guidance, and to be shown what was appropriate.
Gusman
Gusman
Gusman
Indy
Indy came was pulled by a friend of mine from animal control and care. First time I laid eyes on her while volunteering at our local shelter I knew she was special. She is a luv bug but has the energy of most jack Russell and terrier combined. She was adopted by a great friend of mine along with Cheyenne another foster of mine. She has the best life can offer. And was Lucky I was working at the shelter that day.
Indy
Snickers
Snickers
Snickers came to me from a former client that could not handle her energy and chewing, she was only one year then. We had worked on Basic Obedience and snickers got that, she is a very smart girl. She was only a puppy and like most labs, thought anything she can get into her month was to be chewed. The destruction she caused was out of boredom and not having appropriate direction. I foster her for four month before we found her furever family.This time her new family gave her more attention and sent her to doggie daycare and the chewing stopped. She has grown up to be a great dog. Her new family loves her dearly and can not believe someone would give up such a wonderful LAB!!!!!
Snickers
Snickers