Specializing in Dog Behavior Problems
Cindy Ehlers is a Certified Pet Dog Trainer, CGC Evaluator, Therapy Dog Instructor and Animal Assisted Crisis Response Team Trainer/Evaluator with over 2o years broadbased experience in applied dog behavior, teaching basic manners and advanced learning skills.
Cindy worked at Lane County Animal Services as their Animal Behavior and Training Coordinator from 2008 until they closed in June of 2012 and continues to volunteer her services at 1st Avenue Shelter.
She specializes in the prevention and correction of behavior problems and is dedicated in helping people solve problems with best friends (dogs). She does in-home, phone and internet consultations with clients and their dogs, teaches on going 5 week therapy dog courses
and Dog Behavior workshops
throughout Oregon and has taught Animal Assisted Crisis Response courses through out the United States.
She has worked professionally since 1998 developing programs that specialize in providing animal assisted emotional support to children, teenagers and adults whose lives have been affected due to life changing events, crisis and disaster. Ehlers, her Keeshond Tikva and other Crisis Response dog teams trained in animal assisted crisis response, respond locally and nationally to crisis and disasters. For more information about those programs please visist the following websites
Animal Assisted Crisis Response (AACR)