Prodogz is happy to announce our brand-new dog training class just for veterans. For years, Prodogz has honored our veterans by offering discounted training along with volunteer services. We are now proud to announce a brand-new class helping to continue our dedication to our local servicemen and women.
This 3-week introductory class is taught by Bethany Brown, a combat veteran and professional dog trainer. Bethany not only brings her military experience but also her compassion and desire to help other veterans.
In this class Bethany will cover a few basics such as Come, Wait, Heel, along with helping veterans create a stronger relationship with not only their canine partners but also other veterans in the Rogue Valley.
So, if you are a veteran and looking for some assistance with your dog or just looking for a place to connect with other veterans, we would love to welcome you to our three-week training class that takes place every Saturday from 10 AM to 11 AM for three weeks.
Signing up is easy, just fill out our online application and make your entry fee at the same time. Once we receive your application and your entry fee, we will reserve your spot. You will receive a confirmation email the night before the class starts reconfirming your entry and final instructions about what to bring. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
Prerequisites: For dogs puppies 6 months and up.
Duration: 3 weeks, every Saterday from 10 AM -11:30 AM, 90 Minutes
Location: Prodogz 201 E. Barnett Rd, Medford, OR 97501
Aggressive Dogs: If you have a dog that is reactive (aggressive),
is extremely nervous or not comfortable in group settings.
We would recommend a private session before attempting a group class.
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The Dog Trainer
- Position Dog Trainer
- Experience 8 Years Of Experience
- Service Record 2 tours in Iraq, several awards and citations including an Army Commendation Medal and the Combat Action Badge
Who is Bethany Brown
Bethany Graduated with honors from Tullahoma High School in Tullahoma Tennessee in 2001. At the age of 11 she began her life and her love of animals working at a local Veterinary Hospital.
Shortly after graduation at the age of 17 she joined the US Army and served as a communications specialist for eight years. Her duty stations include; Germany, Alaska, Hungary, Kosovo, and 2 tours in Iraq. She has recieved several awards and citations including an Army Commendation Medal and the Combat Action Badge. Upon separation from the military the Veterans administration diagnosed her with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and she found that she needed a way to decompress after her combat experiences. She found hiking, camping, watching her boys play sports, knitting, working out at the gym, and anything that can be done with her dog provided solace.
Spending time with her dog and other animals provided the greatest relief so she currently does house sitting and pet sitting, caring for all types of animals. Which has led to her greatest passion of training dogs and helping owners understand their dogs needs. She has found that working with her own dog has taught her some important life lessons and helped her through some of the toughest times of her life, so much so that she is passionate about teaching and helping foster greater relationships between dogs and owners.