Dear Mr. Morris:
Hi my name is Nikky and my dog is Roxy. Roxy is a German Shepard rescue I got about a year and half ago. They estimated her age to be about 2 years. About 2 months after having her, she turned aggressive towards people and some dogs if they barked at her or started up with her. I could not bring her anywhere or have anyone come to the home…not even the pizza man. Due to this turn of events I contacted 2 previous trainers and they would not attempt to work with her. Out Vet even prescribed Prozac for her because of her aggressive nature.
Nothing seemed to work until I contacted Morris of In-Control Dog Training. He was very interested in meeting Roxy and we were able to make an appointment that same week. After the first session at our home I could see a difference. I was very nervous about starting the class with the other dogs and their owners, but Morris reassured me it would be fine. Of course, Roxy had to be muzzled for her and everyone else’s safety, but she was able to mix right in and start following commands. We have been going for about 6 months and now she does not have to be muzzled. She is relaxed in class and loves to show off and I have become a proud mom….finally. She has come a long way and I couldn’t be happier with her progress. Many times I thought about giving her back to the rescue group but am glad I stuck it out. Roxy and I definitely owe Morris a great deal of gratitude. Thank you!!
Love Nikky & Roxy
Last modified on February 1st, 2017