Bruce & Robin Edwards

About Us

 

BRUCE AND ROBIN EDWARDS NORTH GEORGIA DOG TRAINERSAfter being in the dog-eat-dog environment of corporate life for more years than we would like to admit, Bruce and I decided to jump the fence and look for a new pack. Our luckiest day was when we began dog training.
Bruce had been a top technology executive for major corporations and I was completely engulfed in the sales life of selling travel incentives to Fortune 500 companies. One day we just woke up with the epiphany that we wanted to have careers that made us feel good about ourselves and helped others… and that’s why we began dog training.

If we had to define our dog training methodology, we would call ourselves Canine Behavioral Specialists.  We focus on creating a strong bond between you and your dog.  This allows you to easily direct your dog to the right decision and create a bond that will last a life time.  Our methods are easy to learn and simple to implement.

“Our Pack”

 

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When Hurricane Katrina slammed into The Gulf Coast, little did we know that a great dog was on his way from the devastation of Louisiana to our local Humane Society. We brought Nickie, our English Springer Spaniel, into our pack. With all that he had been through, he had many behavioral issues to overcome.  We were able to quickly make him a great dog through the natural and simple training methods that we use with all our clients.

 

 

belgian malinois north georgiaSeveral years passed and then Bruce came home with news about a friend who had just rescued a Belgian Malinois from a local rescue group.  Bruce’s friend initially had every intention of caring for the dog, but his job had just informed him that they were relocating him to New York.  Mollie (that is her name) is a great dog, but he just couldn’t take care of her once he moved to New York.  Bruce and I both love Shepards, so we decided to take her.  We had never had a Malinois and assumed that they were about the same energy level as standard Shepards.  We were wrong.  Mollie is a great dog, but has more energy than any dog we have ever encountered.  Because of this, she could easily intimidate Nickie and rarely gave up her focus.  We gave her a “job” of watching over the back yard, created clear behavioral boundaries, and implemented a regimen of obedience lessons.  These actions allowed us to redirect her focus to us and establish us as her leaders.  She calmed down and Nickie was very grateful.

 

 

So if you have dog aggression problems need basic dog training or advanced dog training, or rescue dog training, contact us today. Training a dog, whether it’s small dog training or mature dog training is our specialty. We’re the dog trainers serving Cumming, Dawsonville, Gainesville, Alpharetta, Dahlonega, and many other areas of Georgia that can get you results!

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Bruce & Robin Edwards

About Us

After being in the dog-eat-dog environment of corporate life for more years than we would like to admit, Bruce and I decided to jump the fence and look for a new pack. Our luckiest day was when we began dog training.

Bruce had been a top technology executive for major corporations and I was completely engulfed in the sales life of selling travel incentives to Fortune 500 companies. One day we just woke up with the epiphany that we wanted to have careers that made us feel good about ourselves and helped others… and that’s why we began dog training.

If we had to define our dog training methodology, we would call ourselves Canine Behavioral Specialists.  We focus on creating a strong bond between you and your dog.  This allows you to easily direct your dog to the right decision and create a bond that will last a life time.  Our methods are easy to learn and simple to implement.

“Our Pack”

 

When Hurricane Katrina slammed into The Gulf Coast, little did we know that a great dog was on his way from the devastation of Louisiana to our local Humane Society. We brought Nickie, our English Springer Spaniel, into our pack. With all that he had been through, he had many behavioral issues to overcome.  We were able to quickly make him a great dog through the natural and simple training methods that we use with all our clients.

Several years passed than then Bruce came home with news about a friend who had just rescued a Belgian Malinois from a local rescue group.  Bruce’s friend initially had every intention of caring for the dog, but his job had just informed him that they were relocating him to New York.

Mollie (that is her name) is a great dog, but he just couldn’t take care of her once he moved to New York.  Bruce and I both love Shepards, so we decided to take her.  We had never had a Malinois and assumed that they were about the same energy level as standard Shepards.  We were wrong.

Mollie is a great dog, but has more energy than any dog we have ever encountered.  Because of this, she could easily intimidate Nickie and rarely gave up her focus.  We gave her a “job” of watching over the back yard, created clear behavioral boundaries, and implemented a regimen of obedience lessons.  These actions allowed us to redirect her focus to us and establish us as her leaders.  She calmed down and Nickie was very grateful.

So if you have dog aggression problems need basic dog training or advanced dog training, or rescue dog training, contact us today. Training a dog, whether it’s small dog training or mature dog training is our specialty.

We’re the dog trainers serving Cumming, Dawsonville, Gainesville, Alpharetta, Dahlonega, and many other areas of Georgia that can get you results!