Jill has owned Dobermans since 1979 and has volunteered with Doberman Rescue in Washington since 1997. She has years of experience working with difficult or hard to place dogs. Working with issues such as separation anxiety, house training, excessive barking, jumping, mouthing, and many more. In many cases she was successful assisting the owners in training their dogs and saved them from being surrendered into rescue.
Jill has volunteered with Seattle Purebred Dog Rescue (SPDR) since 1997 as a general volunteer, working with a variety of purebred dogs. She also volunteers at Northwest Organization for Animal Help (NOAH) in Stanwood, where she encounters dogs of every size and shape. Jill is a member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT), The Doberman Pinscher Club of America (DPCA) and is a founding member of the Cascade Doberman Pinscher Club (CDPC).
Jill owns three rescued Dobermans,
Hercules, Isabella and Journey. Hercules and Isabella have earned their
Canine Good Citizen (CGC) certificate. Journey is the newest rescue and is
working towards earning her CGC by this summer.
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