Me and my husband adopted Jude, a Rottweiler-husky mix, two years ago from the humane society. She had separation anxiety, pulled on a leash, and can be aggressive toward other dogs, not knowing how to interact and play. We started working with her alone, which I thought we could handle, until she attacked a smaller breed dog, resulting in euthanasia due to the severe injuries she caused. We had to take action at that point, since putting her down was not an option, so we contacted Camellia.
I have talked to trainers before her and I can say for a fact that no one has made me feel that my dog was going to be in safe hands more than she, so we sent her for the board and train program. Camellia let me know that she was doing great everyday, which made me feel like I was part of the training process. She also analyzed the issues with Jude, what caused them, and the best way to solve them; she socialized her with different types and sizes of dogs and Jude learned to follow commands perfectly.
After we got her back, Camellia spent 4-5 hours teaching us what we needed to do next and how to continue her training at home. We went to our first group class and I’m happy to say that Jude did amazing; I’m so proud of her. We could not have done this without Camellia at unleashed potential in the Valley; it was absolutely worth it having a healthy good dog back.
-Bana, David, and Jude
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