Behavior Buddies trainers spend several weeks in a grueling training program with Nick Fisher and Laura Roach in order to become Certified trainers. Nick is a nationally renowned trainer who teaches the scientific principles behind training techniques and dog pack psychology to modify behavior. Laura specializes in working with the student trainers on handling skills, obedience training and behavioral issues.
    
  Through a combination of classroom instruction and daily hands-on experience with various behavioral dogs, the student trainers are provided with full-bodied handling and training experiences, unrivaled by most other dog training schools and programs throughout the country.
    
  During their training program, the student trainers learn how to assess issues and implement the appropriate tools and training protocols to modify dog behaviors. If the trainers are able to pass this intense training program, they become Certified Behavior Buddies Trainers.
    
  Read about our experts that lead our Behavior Buddies Certification Program.
    

Our Experts

    
  Laura Roach
    
  Laura has been dedicated to keeping their dogs in their homes for over 5 years, and specializes in obedience training of all levels, private training and solving behavioral issues. She has helped over 1,000 dogs stay in their home by helping parents learn how to live a good life with their dogs through fixing behavioral problems and implementing obedience training. She has also worked with many of her clients by creating behavioral modification programs to help issues such as fear, anxiety and other more complex doggie issues.
    
  In addition, Laura spent 5 years managing a group of trainers to ensure that they continue to learn and grow in their positions. She has a great passion for helping other trainers become the best trainers they can be through continued education on obedience techniques, training tools and behavior modification.
     
  Laura has a special passion for working with fearful dogs. This issue became dear to her heart when she adopted a 4 month old Doberman from a shelter. Isabelle lost her mother and all of her littermates at the age of 14 days. She was petrified of the world and completely unsocialized. She has spent the last 2 years working on teaching Isabelle that the world is a wonderful place for a dog and her rehabilitation has come through patience and positive reinforcement. Isabelle has blossomed into a fantastic dog.
     
  Have more questions about our training program, read our list of Frequently Asked Questions or read more about our class offerings.
 
 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

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