About Your Raleigh / Durham Dog Trainers
Off Leash K9 Training Raleigh / Durham has expanded! Diana Hauser and Alisa Woodruff are the owners and head trainers for Off Leash K9 Raleigh / Durham . Our style of training encompasses the core beliefs and philosophy of consistency, fairness, and crystal clear communication that will turn your dog into a well behaved member of society in any situation.
Diana Hauser is a graduate of North Carolina State University with dual degrees in Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering. She has always loved dogs and started working with rescued German Shepherds in 2005. In 2010 she co-founded Southeast German Shepherd Rescue. Her newest addition is a Samoyed, Jojo, who she shows in conformation, takes hiking, and competes in a variety of activities such as barn hunt, fast cat, and therapy.
Alisa Woodruff is a graduate of Arizona State University with a degree in Business Management and a minor in Communications. Most of her professional background revolves around marketing. Alisa has always loved dogs and started working with rescued German Shepherds in 2006. In 2010, she helped co-found Southeast German Shepherd Rescue and remains on the board of the organization. Over the years she has worked with behavioral and medical cases of all types from high energy dogs to reactive dogs, to fearful dogs.
Kathryn Nilsson is a magna cum laude graduate of North Carolina State University with dual degrees in Animal Science and Zoology and a minor in Spanish. Kathryn spent much of her childhood riding horses, and although she did not grow up with dogs, she always enjoyed working and interacting with them. During her last 2 years of college she fostered and adopted out 24 pit bulls for the Wake County Animal Center. She continues to volunteer at the shelter in her free time. Kathryn has enjoyed incorporating dog psychology and obedience while working for Off Leash K9 Training and So Fetch K9 Adventure since December 2016.
Jordan grew up in California with a great love of animals cultivated by his grandfather who trained attack, search and rescue dogs for the Philippine Military. He worked as a solar engineer for 6 years when he decided to change career paths pursue a career he was passionate about. He began working with Offleash K9 in 2016. Jordan enjoys giving dogs the freedom to enjoy life with a structured lifestyle.
Stefanie Suddeth has an extensive formal education in dog training and is a graduate of both Triple Crown Dog Academy and the Tom Rose School. After growing up on a farm on Wisconsin, she always knew she wanted to pursue a career with animals. Following graduation from Triple Crown Academy, Stefanie began her dog training career teaching group classes ranging from puppy obedience to agility, running a pet obedience program, and generalizing home obedience for personal protection dogs. Stefanie is passionate about bringing out the best in dogs and creating helping families create healthy relationships with their pets. In her spare time, she competes her dogs Ricco and Bolt in PSA.
Gabby Ramsey is outgoing, bubbly and loves learning new things like figure skating, inline skating and foreign languages and cultures just to name a few. Since she was tiny, she always knew she wanted to work with animals. Gabby worked as a vet tech for a year before growing into an accomplished groomer over a six year career, during this time she gained exposure to other areas of the dog world including dog shows, show grooming, etc. As she gained experience she realized she wanted to work more closely with humans and their pets to ensure each had clear communication and understanding with the other. With that goal in mind, Gabby attended Tarheel Canine school for dog trainers, living on school grounds during her six month Master Trainer course and graduating with her certification in training tracking, detection, bite work and basic and advanced obedience. Her experience there was life changing has been working dogs and pets alike ever since!
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