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Spending extra time at home these days? What a great time to work on a bit of training with your dog(s). Learn simple tips and tricks that can help both you and your pet, but also how to prepare them for when you do have to go back to work or leave the house more often.
Six years ago, Sarah Peel ’10–dog trainer and owner of No Bull Rehab LLC–took her love for behavior and communication and applied it to the world of dog training. Together with her business partner, Drew, she has built a successful business in training and rehabilitating dogs with a focus on creating a positive relationship approach to training and education. They are dedicated to also supporting rescue organizations by creating learning environments and support for rescue dogs that increases their adoptability and decreases the chances of them being returned to the shelter. Sarah specializes in training and rehabilitating family pets and creating training plans that are mutually beneficial for both dog and human.
Sarah is also a special education teacher for the Whittier Union High School District. Her passion for behavior and communication flourished and was supported at Whittier College where she studied both child development and animal behavior courses. From there she went on to earn a master’s degree in special education and teaching from Chapman University.
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