Sandra Brown – Canine Interpreter
Sandra Brown – Canine Interpreter
Sandra Brown – Canine Interpreter

Sandra Brown – Canine Interpreter

The Key To Helping Your Dog

The key to helping your dog is understanding why they seem ok as puppies then seem to develop an unwanted behaviour as they start to mature. Have you taken on a rescue that seemed fine for a few months then started to show some unexpected behaviours?

Just two possible scenarios families encounter with a new dog, but please do not struggle alone – I can help you!

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What Our Clients Say

Thank you for all your help with Maverick, He is doing great and learning well. we still have a good road ahead of us but we are doing fantastic. You are amazing and I hope you have a great time back home. thank you
Karen Smith
2017-09-19T09:58:06+00:00
Thank you for all your help with Maverick, He is doing great and learning well. we still have a good road ahead of us but we are doing fantastic. You are amazing and I hope you have a great time back home. thank youKaren Smith
I have a Bernese Mt Dog named Cooper. When he turned two he started to show signs of aggression. We called a trainer that didn't work out for our poor boy and in some cases actually made the situation worse (not that we knew that at the time). Over the years (he's 7 now) he has bitten people, lunged at people, and these were people in my home, but it only seemed at random times, to us anyway... then we found Sandra Brown who taught us how to listen, understand and work with Cooper in a way that helped us help Cooper become calmer and less anxious which in turn started quickly changing Coopers behaviour reducing the unwanted behaviour. Cooper is much happier and now much less reactive, we are so happy we found Sandra and did not give up on our boy
Angie Vancise
2017-09-19T09:59:59+00:00
I have a Bernese Mt Dog named Cooper. When he turned two he started to show signs of aggression. We called a trainer that didn't work out for our poor boy and in some cases actually made the situation worse (not that we knew that at the time). Over the years (he's 7 now) he has bitten people, lunged at people, and these were people in my home, but it only seemed at random times, to us anyway... then we found Sandra Brown who taught us how to listen, understand and work with Cooper in a way that helped us help Cooper become calmer and less anxious which in turn started quickly changing Coopers behaviour reducing the unwanted behaviour. Cooper is much happier and now much less reactive, we are so happy we found Sandra and did not give up on our boyAngie Vancise

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