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How do you serve precious pets?

  • Pet Training

Which training type do you employ to encourage paw-sitive behaviors?

  • Dog Agility Training
  • Pet Behavior Modification
  • Detection Dog Training
  • K9 Police Dog Training
  • Dog Obedience Training
  • Service Dog Training
  • Dog Therapy Training

What part of the animal kingdom do you serve?

  • Cats
  • Dogs
  • Rabbits

What licensing do you have?

  • Business License

On a scale of snail to elephant, what size animals do you work with?

  • under 20 lbs
  • 20-39 lbs
  • 40-79 lbs
  • 80+ lbs

Pet Certifications

  • Certified Behavior Consultant Canine-Knowledge Assessed (CBCC-KA)
  • Certified Fearful Dog Professional
  • Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT-KA / CPDT-KSA)
  • Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner (KPA CTP)

Proud member of...

  • Pet Professional Guild (PPG)

Cat-astrophes happen! What is your cancellation policy?

  • 24 hours notice required

Without pet parents, Petmasters wouldn't exist. What discount do you offer our dedicated members? (e.g. 20% off their first session, etc.)

Varies from free to discounted as our funding allows. We're a 501c3 nonprofit charity.

Which part of the country do you serve pets?

Nationwide

What year did you begin serving pets?

2013

How did you hone your craft?

Our Mission: Develop and provide services to improve the animal-human relationship (specifically but not exclusively canines) and increase lifesaving without the use of coercion, force, fear, or pain-leveraging methods and tools. ​ PTA’s public awareness & education programs seek to decrease abuse, harm, abandonment, and neglect and increase care, safety, and well-being.

What tip would you give pet parents for working with animals that you've learned as a pro?

Anti-aversive, force-free practices build trust and decrease likelihood of biting and other undesired behavior

What is one thing you want pet parents to know about you? It can be whatev-fur you'd like!

Protect Them All offers enduring programs to improve the lives of animals and their humans—because good comes from filling hearts, not breaking them.