Ken is a miracle worker
I adopted a 2 year old shelter dog, and I later found out that she was a very nervous and reactive dog with fear aggression issues. She would let me pet her, but she is very sensitive about her head and back and would snap at many people, especially men. At 40 pounds, she was very hard to control, and group training with another company failed completely. Ken took her for three weeks of in board training for behavior modification and basic obedience. Video from her first night away was pretty scary--she was growling and trying to bite Ken every time he got near her crate. I was very worried and had friends and family (even other shelter dog owners) encouraging me to think about giving her up or even putting her down. By her 9th day, Ken's video showed a completely different dog. She is now home and doing extremely well. It's actually fun to walk her now! She has made a lot of progress on her aggression issues and with continued work, I look forward to having a long and fulfilling relationship with her. Despite her rough start, Ken was always encouraging and never gave up on her. He really educated me about her needs, and I really appreciate the continued access and free group classes that come with in board training. I highly, highly recommend K-9 Coach.