Texas writer Kinky Friedman once said, “Money can buy you a fine dog, but only love can make him wag his tail.” That’s a true statement, and it’s one that goes both ways. The love of a dog helps to make us better people, more empathetic, kinder, more thoughtful. When our dogs give us so much, the decent thing to do is to give back.
My name is Renee and my husband’s name is James. We are the lead trainers at 360 K9. We have worked with other trainers in the area for about three years. We started this journey not only for our love of dogs but because one dog in particular that touched our hearts.
Libby was on her way out of the pound and into death row. I asked to see her. She was a beautiful white spotted pit/dalmatian mix. The volunteers said “good luck getting her. She won’t eat, go outside, or let any of us go near her.” So, they opened the kennel and low and behold this girl ran up to me and licked me to death. She was my girl from then on. She had many issues with separation, anxiety, and aggression.
This inspired us to read every book we could and watch every video that was suggested. We studied the ins and outs of dog training for years. Then one dog turned to many and that is where we are today. We are confident that we can turn your dog around.