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  • Elly Beyer

    Posted October 18, 2013 By in With | Comments Off on Elly Beyer

    ABC-CPDT/ Obedience Trainer/Behavior Consultant / Group Class & Pvt Training Mentor Training Manager

    Growing up in a small town in Iowa, Elly was surrounded by animals of all shapes and sizes. This is where she found her love for working with animals. Working on the farm with, horses, dogs, chickens, ducks, cats, snakes, rats, spiders; you name it! When she was 20, she started to investigate working with dogs as a career by working in doggy daycare’s. Here she learned how to work with social and play behavior in dogs. Studying and understanding group dynamics. Shortly after starting work there, she began Animal Behavior College, deciding that dog training was the right career choice! Through the years, she worked at 3 different doggy daycare’s (moving around the state and country), she also started her own small-time dog training company. After some time in that practice, she found Noble Beast!

    Joining the Noble Beast team, Elly expanded has expanded knowledge by attending seminars with some of the top science-based behaviorists, ethologists, and canine cognition experts in the country; Clive Wynne, Michael Shikashio, Pat Blocker, Sarah Stremming, Patricia McConnell, Suzanne Clothier. She plans on attending many more to continue to stay up to date on the best science-based training. In her time with Noble Beast, she has spent a considerable amount learning how to communicate with anxious, aggressive and fearful dogs. As well as working on basic to advanced obedience! Understanding that foundation skills are key to helping set up any dog and person up for success. She has found a deep love for the sensitive pups and devotes her time to helping the people and their pups gain confidence in dog handling and the world around them.


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