I don’t like reviewing things till I feel I have an informed and defendable opinion. This review is after 7 months:
“Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well.”
These words by Philip Stanhope sum up the training philosophy of DogWorks in every way. I’ve been able to place complete trust in the competency of DogWorks when it comes to my dog. Each member brings something to plate:
Jason’s professionalism, extensive knowledge, and steady eye for details are apparent at first glance. His training method asks that dogs love their work “with heart and soul”, and it’s obvious that Jason does the same. I firmly believe that anyone who watches Jason train should consider it an honor and a privilege. Few trainers can explain why they’re doing what they’re doing as well as Jason can.
Greg genuinely *loves* dogs. If you want a best friend and a true advocate for your dog, look no further than Greg. He stands up for what he believes in- often with tough love and brutal honesty- but it’s never personal, and he says his truth with a big laugh, and an even bigger heart.
Ben stops in occasionally, and it’s a treat when he’s around. I’ve often overheard members say, “I hope Ben is here today. I really wanted to show him what we’ve been working on.” His genuine encouragement and interest in both dogs and their owners -along with his positive attitude- inspires others to really step up to the plate.
DogWorks is a clean, welcoming, professional facility, and the passion and enthusiasm of trainers who work here really bring it to life.
I highly recommend it with complete confidence to anyone who is looking to get more out of their dog (and themselves.) Read more