Certified Dog Trainer and Behavior Counselor
My passion is strengthening relationships between people and their dogs. Helping people deepen their understanding of their own dog is so powerful and rewarding . Dogs want to be understood and we want to understand our dogs. I can help your with that.
I am an experienced dog owner and trainer having owned Siberian Huskies for 15 years before starting Willow Glen Paws. I also grew up with multiple mutts as well as many other animals. After moving to Willow Glen I started pet sitting in other people’s homes, dog walking, offering day care and eventually boarding in my home. Handling all sorts of dogs, I would like to help you if you are experiencing frustration with your canine friend.
I look forward to providing excellent customer service.
I inspire my students to train their dogs in a humane manner that makes them proud to take their dog out and about. I want your dog to be an awesome family member. Calm, cool and collected no mater what new people, dogs, life experiences come their way.
A graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree from San Jose State University, Rebecca is a certified trainer and canine behavior counselor both through Trish King’s Academy of Dog Behavior as well as a Victoria Stilwell’s Academy of Dog Training and Behavior. She is committed to providing her clients with the knowledge and skills they need to build a positive relationship with their dogs. Rebecca is licensed and insured. She keeps her canine first aid certification up-to-date and regularly seeks ongoing continuing education and professional development opportunities. Rebecca prides herself on running a business that is committed to taking the best care of both human and canine clients. Her goal is to make clients’ days easier by making sure their dogs enjoy great days that include training, exercise and loving companionship. Rebecca is proud to be referred to by other professional trainers and dog walkers in the area. When not working with her clients’ dogs, Rebecca can be found working with other trainers, cooking, reading, and practicing Tai Chi. Or out of sight, camping!