"Training for Dogs and Their People"
Chelle migrated from Indiana with her husband and their pack of animals in 2011. She is a graduate of Animal Behavior College, Certified with the Council of Certified Profession Dog Trainers, an AKC Canine Good Citizen evaluator, a member of Love on a Leash therapy dog program, a Full member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers, and a Pro-2 member Behavior Education Networks.
Chelle has always been an animal lover but this love escalated to a passion when she got her two Rottweiler puppies. She started them in a puppy class, was found to be a natural working with them, and from there it was simply meant to be.
Since coming to Tennessee she has taken the part time business, For Social Graces Dog Training, and developed it into a full time explosion in Middle Tennessee. Being in customer service most of her life has helped her make what she calls "Training for Dogs and Their People" her niche in the business. She takes pride in being accessible, responding promptly, developing systems that exceed the expectations of the customer, and using her natural talent with dogs to provide a much needed service in this area.
For Social Graces Dog Training offers flexible dog training classes that allow the customer to buy a period of training time and progress at their own rate while having the option to attend class on a different day/time each week. They can even attend class more than once a week. This system has enabled many dog owners to attend training that wouldn't normally be able to because of family obligations and scheduling issues.
So what is different about this training?
Chelle is a trainer who believes that each person and each dog learn differently and at different paces. She takes the time to demonstrate each item with your dog and helps you get through the rough spots. FSG classes are set up to be the most convenient that they can be to a working schedule and flexible enough that if something comes up it doesn't mean training falls behind or is at risk of failure. Not only can you decide how much training you want to take, you can always extend your program, jump back in to refresh, or pick up later where you left off.