Training Director of Greater Philadelphia Sch. Club
Beth Bradley began studying animal behavior and dog training at 12 years of age. She became a New Jersey State Animal Control Officer in 1986 and graduated Rutgers University with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Criminal Justice. Throughout her schooling, Beth worked and studied under many well-renowned animal behaviorists and trainers. Beth formed her own company in 1989 and has made dog training her full time career since 1995.
She offers her training knowledge to rescue organizations and volunteers at many shelters helping dogs that are in need of a little training in order to find a forever home. Beth has fostered and trained many dogs that would have otherwise been UN-adoptable.
In order to separate herself
from other dog trainers, not only does Beth teach and train dogs
professionally, Beth competes in both AKC obedience and Schutzhund trials;
nationally as well as in Europe.
Her experience, as both a trainer and top competitor, give her the unique ability to teach you how to handle your loving pet and/or compete at the highest levels.
No two dogs are alike, therefore, no two dogs can be trained
2012 FH Champions Mid Ohio Working Dog Championship – Score 98 Points