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We adopted a dog from the dog shelter and Tom came to help us with the training of Sergeant, our Boxer mix. He was the change that we needed in Sergeant's life and he has dramatically changed him from a timid dog that would nip/bite out of being scared, to a well trained dog that listens and follows our instructions to a "T". He is no longer a liability in our family due to this training. He is a changed dog -- one that we really are happy with. Tom is a very personable person who will accommodate most situations; in our case, he came to our home and trained Sergeant weekly working around our schedule to be a great help. We now count Tom as one of our friends and recommend his work highly. Sometimes I wonder if we should have Tom train our children hoping for the same results.
Posted: 10/10/2009 • Link to this review
I Found my 2 mth old Shepard/Lab behind my office and knew immediately that this dog was special. After alot of consideration with my wife we decided to get some professional training for Nui. We spent hours researching different trainers and programs. We met with Tom Botts and he did an analysis of Nui. We knew immediately after meeting with Tom That he knew what he was doing. After 30 mins of training he had Nui sitting and staying at 3 mths old. Not only does Tom take the time and effort to come out to your house to train your dog, he also takes the time to train the owners. I have had many dogs but never thought I was going to learn more than my dog was going to learn. Tom is in my opinion the best Dog/Owner Trainer that the Atlanta area has to offer.
Posted: 5/05/2008 • Last edited: 6/25/2008 • Link to this review
My aggressive rottie was on Death row til Tom worked with him!! I have a new dog!! 4 visits and he totally turned him around and taught us how to handle him and change his bad behavior!! We are no longer afraid to take him places or have friends over . If you are having issues with your dog this is the man to call!!! THANKS TOM!!!!!!
Posted: 10/25/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review