My love of dogs started very early in my life (I begged my veterinarian to hire me at 13 years old) and despite starting a different career after college, I found myself with a void that only animals seemed to fill. I started volunteering for an animal rescue in 1998 and began training dogs in early 2001 while simultaneously helping to manage the animal rescue. I eventually became the manager of a 5 star boarding/training facility featuring doggie daycare, boarding, training, grooming and a wellness center. Training dogs as well as managing an animal rescue helped expand my knowledge of rescued animals in order to help them thrive in their new homes.
I've been involved in Pet Therapy with my own dog, trained other dogs and owners for Pet Therapy work, worked with Service Animals, taught dog trainer students, educated children on dog safety as well as adults on responsible pet ownership.
Training dogs continues to be one of my greatest passions as I love working with both dogs and owners... whether it's helping someone with a brand new puppy or problem solving behavioral issues. I’m the mother of two teenagers and a wonderful Golden Retriever mix named Piper who has been a mentor and friend to many dogs I've worked with. And we just added a black lab puppy named Eloise to our family!
I continue to evolve as a trainer, researching and educating myself and it is my desire to pass on my knowledge and experience to you so that communicating with your dog is fun, natural and makes sense.
I am also an AKC CGC Evaluator and can conduct Canine Good Citizen testings.
Contact Jen Davenport at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"I can't recommend Jennifer enough! Not only did she understand how my dog thinks, but she knew how to communicate that to us! After six weeks, the dog that I had been incredibly frustrated by has been replaced by a well behaved dog, that I truly enjoy and connect with. Best of all, she gave me the tools to work with him going forward. She really worked with us to come up with specific strategies for our family that actually work. I am so happy that we called Jennifer. She is the best!"
Dayle Bingham was born and raised in Ventura County where she has spent her life in the company of dogs. Her passion for dog training started early on when she received a trick training book as a child and spent all of her free time mastering the tricks with her family dogs. Today, Dayle is quite active in the dog sport community where she mentors, trains, and competes in a wide range of activities including nosework, barn hunt, lure coursing, and is always trying something new with her dogs.
Dayle’s training methods put a strong focus on harnessing a dog’s natural instincts and breed traits in order for them to succeed in everyday life. She has utilized these methods while working with uniquely difficult breeds such as scenthounds and sighthounds. She believes in giving dogs an outlet catered to their individual needs can make huge differences in a dog’s behavior and help create a well-rounded and behaved dog. She also specializes in confidence building, working with dogs in public settings, socialization, enrichment activities, and active excursions. Through these activities, Dayle uses her experience to educate owners and train dogs to lead successful well-behaved lives.
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Rachel is a valued addition to 3 Dog Training. In addition to her 4 rescue dogs and her sister's rescue pup (pictured with her), she has a love for all four legged companions and connects with them almost instantly. She is easygoing and dependable, and our clients feel comfortable trusting their pets and home to her care. She specializes in walking dogs in a safe and controlled manner while providing them added enrichment. She is also available to assist busy families with new puppies by offering them puppy nanny services such as play time, potty breaks, and beginning training. She is exceptionally good at receiving doggy kisses.
"Sunny and I love Rachel! She's awesome and he's so happy on his walks with her. He absolutely adores her. He's doing so good too." - Jennifer H.
Colby fell in love with dogs at the age of three when her family brought their first dog, Taylor, home. She started volunteering at her local pet rescue in middle school, adopting first Bailey and then Nikki. She adopted her own puppy, Scout, during the pandemic and has trained her to be an outstanding ESA by focusing on positive reinforcement of her natural abilities. Colby has most recently worked in a dog training facility working with dogs to run agility courses. Her goal is to become a physical therapist for canines, helping aging, injured and disabled dogs to live full lives.