Sarah and Krista, the lead trainers at Elite Equine Group, help students develop confident horseback-riding skills during lessons and nurture comfortable relationships between humans and horses. The teaching duo takes into account each rider’s variables⎯including experience, age, abilities, and hat gallon number⎯as they teach students within the two indoor rings or one outdoor arena.
With a focus on safety, the instructors typically start young riders out in 30-minute lessons, while older students partaking in hour-long lessons that teach grooming, tacking, and groundwork.
The Canine Cure, LLC owner and trainer Mary Jean Alsina has spent years educating students. Her career began in a traditional classroom as a public-school teacher, honing her ability to relate to students and write the alphabet in perfect order. Eventually, she left the bells of public school behind to focus her teaching talents on furrier students, showing both pets and owners how to curb unwanted habits. Mary Jean prefers to keep both pup and parent comfortable during her sessions by hosting lessons in owners’ homes, where they feel relaxed.
Staffed by a team of practiced pooch paladins and offering an array of durable pet products, Wipe Your Paws Inc. bathes, briefs, and bedecks canines in an immaculate, friendly atmosphere. The grooming salon's coat-coddling services range from a simple sudsing to a comprehensive glamorizing session, leaving pups with glossy coats and pristine paws. Wipe Your Paws’ affable staff will keep pets satisfied and patient as they clip nails, clean ears, condition fur, and finish with a beautifying blow dry. An array of specialty treatments is available, including nail-polish application, blueberry facials, teeth brushing, and custom shampoo choices. While retrieving canine companions, pet owners can also stock up on retail items including dog treats, toys, leashes, and beds, ensuring tail waggers’ continued devotion.
Linda’s testimonials page is growing steadily with a variety of stories about helping dogs. By taking a calm leadership role, Linda urges dogs to stop their unwanted behavior and become the peaceful, nondestructive animals their owners want them to be. The canine expert has studied a number of training approaches and has mastered the methods she thinks achieve the swiftest and most satisfying results, forming a program based on positive reinforcement of good behaviors and calm rejection of bad ones. Beyond in-depth dog-whispering sessions, Linda also specializes in structured walks that ease dogs’ stress with strolls free of marking, sniffing, or suggestive whistles at nearby poodles.