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We provide ongoing support to our clients through consultations, on-site classes and seminars, and referrals to holistic practitioners. Check our Blog for the latest schedules. Call or stop by and find out about all The Raw Connection has to offer.

Meet our Trainers and Health Practitioners…

 

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Andee Burleigh, CPDT of Divine K-9 Dog Training.
Call to for scheduling info and to enroll:
Primary number: 831-214-4163
Secondary number (leave messages): 831-625-7592


In 2005 I became a Certified Professional Dog Trainer via the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers. I attend national conferences, seminars, and stay current with books, professional journals and whatever I come upon that relates to dogs, their training, health and well-being. This keeps me up-to-date on research and training methods.


As an advocate for canine wellness, I was pleased to be invited to teach dog training classes at The Raw Connection when it opened in April, 2006. The store’s approach to pet health and well-being matches my philosophy of what is best for our dogs.

– Andee Burleigh

 


 


Dee Hutton of D-Dog Agility
Call 831-706-7540.

Dog Agility is a sport where the handler directs the dog through a timed obstacle course that includes tunnels, teeters, tables, jumps, weave poles, and ramps. Dee’s training philosophy emphasizes the relationship between you and your dog by using play and positive reinforcement in training and competing.

Dee works with all levels of students from beginning through advanced competitors. She competes in USDAA, AKC, ASCA and NADAC and has achieved numerous advanced titles on her dogs. Dee’s training philosophy emphasizes the relationship between you and your dog by using play and positive reinforcement in training and competing.

She enjoys watching the beginning handlers as they learn to communicate and connect with their dogs; becoming a team while having fun. She sees the changes in the dogs as they gain self confidence, develop self control and become more attentive to their handlers. Patience, play and laughter are the essential tools when starting agility.

 

 

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