I’m sorry it’s taken me a while to write a blog. I moved out here to Los Angeles and didn’t expect things would take off so quickly but they have and I am so grateful…
Instead of living in a tent in below freezing weather next to a steam or a barn listening to horses eat hay and kick the side walls of their stalls at night, I have re-adjusted to life in the city.
I now have clients who call me with wolf-dogs in Beverly Hills to German Shepherds who are becoming trained for Schutzhund competitions. The average day is filled with traffic, good people and all sorts of dogs, wolf-dogs and even wildlife issues.
I remembered when I first moved here and every noise kept me up at night from the buzzing of motorcycles to street lights going on and off. Now I sleep like a baby with no problems whatsoever.
The most amazing thing has happened however- I have been able to bring all my research, work with horses and wolves and observations of life from other places back to my clients here. It has truly been a great adventure and one that is ever evolving every day.
Los Angeles has introduced me to some wonderful people and I believe I have the best clients in the world here! I’m so excited to see where things go… Although my heart has never left remote places like the backcountry in Colorado, I feel very blessed as I approach my official first year in L.A. as of Feb.1st!
Thank you for reading this and I look forward to posting more blogs on an average basis to keep you posted of new training tips, techniques and tools from the front lines in working side by side with our four legged friends 🙂
Wishing you all my best,