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  • Emmy Broce

    Posted January 14, 2001 By in With | Comments Off on Emmy Broce

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    Emmy has always had a passion for raising and training animals, or even just spending time in their company! She had cats, dogs, fish, frogs, lizards, parakeets, and even a small parrot named Winnie as pets, but she also attended several horseback riding camps as a kid. She was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and moved to Denver when she was nine years old. The Lawrence Hall of Science and Tilden Park in the Bay Area were her favorite places, but the Rocky Mountains hold a special place in her heart as well! She graduated with her BA in Sociology from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a certificate in Event Management from the Metropolitan State University at Denver. She is always looking for opportunities to expand her knowledge base through classes, workshops, books, podcasts, documentaries, and talking to her fellow dog trainer peers!

    She became interested in pursuing a career in dog training in 2016 after being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). With her diagnosis, she realized that she needed to find a job where she could be happy and thrive. She enrolled in the Animal-Human Health certificate program at DU, and not long after graduating, she enrolled in and graduated from the Master Class program at Catch! Canine Trainers Academy and joined the Colorado Dog Trainers Network. In 2017, she became a puppy raiser for Canine Companions for Independence (CCI). It was difficult to give the puppy back for puppy college (especially after spending a year and a half raising her) but seeing how much an assistance dog changes a person’s life is an amazing experience! She is currently raising her second puppy for CCI (her first puppy was matched as a hearing dog), and the puppy seems destined to do great things as well, even if it means being a professional couch potato/pet! Emmy is also on a waitlist to receive her own assistance dog through CCI!

    Emmy volunteered as a dog walker with the Dumb Friends League from 2010 to 2013, and in 2019 decided to go back and volunteer at the shelter again, splitting her time between dog walking and training. She finds it motivating to work with and help fearful and anxious dogs. Helping the dogs relax, overcome their fears, and learn new behaviors makes her heart happy! She even developed a bond with two particular dogs during her shifts and knew right away that they HAD to come home with her! She now lives with her two dogs Abbey (nine-year-old collie/border collie mix) and Peaches (1.5-year-old border collie/yellow Lab mix).

    Through good communication and positive reinforcement, she believes a lot can be accomplished to help better the lives of others, especially for those who have experienced trauma. Her goal in life is to use what she has learned from her schooling and other life experiences to help improve the lives of people and their animal friends/family! She looks forwards to working with the awesome team at Noble Beast and their human and canine clients!

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