State of Nevada And City of Las Vegas Business License
Animal Handlers Permit
Several years ago, Max a German Shepherd came into my life. Max was two or three when his owners opened the gate and told him to go
find a new home. I was contacted and Max entered my life. The first part of Max's life had little socialization or training, therefore he had a hard time adjusting to life with me.
Our journey started with many different training venues and session styles.
Max went everywhere with me. He was my buddy and showed patience with me and my fumbling attempts to communicate and teach him the
world of the human.
As time went on, I grew and he listened. Anything mom wanted to do, Max was right there trying. We did AKC obedience, free
style dance, hikes, some agility, nose work and he even helped with the foster dogs. Max and I earned many ribbons and titles, but if you asked Max, he did not care, he only wanted to be with
As I reflect on the past; Max was teaching me and leading me where I was to go. Eventually I started school for dog training and
behavior, and now am on the never ending path of learning my passion of "Dog" training and behavior.
Max recently passed, but my time with him has made me even more passionate to continue on this road he had created for me so that other
dog's could experience the love, happiness and bond that he and I had.
Max left behind his best friend LarryBoy, to make me laugh when sadness of his passing shadows me.