I started training dogs over 25 years
ago with my first dog, a German Shepherd- Muhtar who taught me many
things over the 10 yrs that he was in our home. I trained him
in obedience, agility, and any tricks I could think of. He truly was my best
friend and he built a passion in me that would later lead to helping
As a young adult, I moved to
Israel and started to work at “Beit Erez” kennel. It was the
perfect opportunity to practice my "training skills". During
this time I was able to handle many dog breeds with
varying temperaments. I was also working with army dogs- training and
After moving to Canada, in 2006, I bought a German Shepherd- Picasso
and joined a Schutzhund club. The sport fascinated me, and by the aged of three,
Picasso earned multiple SchH 3 and FH1 titles.
2008, I met Thomas Lapp and made arrangements to have a puppy from his
breeding. I became a Training Director of Club Schutzhund Rive Sud (Montreal)
where I was training my own dogs. Following
titles were achieved in 2011-2013 by people who trained with me: 8x BH, 3x IPO1, 2x IPO2
work closely with various Police K9 departments, preparing and testing dogs for
2010, a German Shepherd “Chac” was sold to Surete du Quebec, where he works today.
Chac and his handler were training with me for 18 months prior to becoming a
2013, I rescued a Belgian Malinois “Jagger” from the shelter, evaluated him and
placed with Rutland PD, where he graduated from the drug program and soon will
start his Patrol school.
I have two dogs- Crash von den Wolfen and
Xtreame vom Felsenshloss. Crash is my sport dog and with Xtreame, we started
SAR training with Calgary Search Dogs Association.
vision is to help reduce irresponsible breeding practices and ownership through
owner education. I endeavor to improve the lives of dogs through positive
training and raise their standard of living by offering healthy foods,
appropriate toys, training tools and education about accident and injury
I promote fun activities between dogs and
owners that lead to successful relationships based on mutual respect. I use
leadership methods, focusing on the owners/dogs needs. Allowing the dog to
think, make choices and put their natural instincts to use is
crucial in order to learn a new behavior.