All of our trainers have a clear federal background check.

All of our trainers have been trained and certified under the strict guidelines of Abraham, our Master Dog Trainer and founder. 

Cheryl, Owner and Packleader    Cheryl was born and raised in Toledo, Ohio. She graduated from Whitmer High School in 2001 and went directly in to the United States Army. I served as a Marine Deck Warrant Officer and separated from Service in 2015. Cheryl is also a service connected disabled veteran. During her 14 years of active duty she traveled to multiple states and countries. While stationed in Hawaii, she served as adoption and foster coordinator for the Hawaii Dog Foundation. She was the test house for new intakes to the foundation. She coordinated adoption events and assessed dogs that were looking for new homes, sometimes the dogs even stayed for a few days at her home. When she moved from Hawaii to Virginia, she worked in the kennels at the local animal hospital in Newport News.  After exiting the Army in 2015, Cheryl became an Ohio State Highway Patrolman, a position she currently holds. Cheryl has a strong love for dogs and training them. She can’t wait to share her background and experience with dog owners.

Cheryl, Owner and Packleader

Cheryl was born and raised in Toledo, Ohio. She graduated from Whitmer High School in 2001 and went directly in to the United States Army. I served as a Marine Deck Warrant Officer and separated from Service in 2015. Cheryl is also a service connected disabled veteran. During her 14 years of active duty she traveled to multiple states and countries. While stationed in Hawaii, she served as adoption and foster coordinator for the Hawaii Dog Foundation. She was the test house for new intakes to the foundation. She coordinated adoption events and assessed dogs that were looking for new homes, sometimes the dogs even stayed for a few days at her home. When she moved from Hawaii to Virginia, she worked in the kennels at the local animal hospital in Newport News.

After exiting the Army in 2015, Cheryl became an Ohio State Highway Patrolman, a position she currently holds. Cheryl has a strong love for dogs and training them. She can’t wait to share her background and experience with dog owners.