David Greenberg, Founder and Head Dog Trainer
Hello everyone! My name is David Greenberg, and I found my passion of dog training when I rescued my first dog, Sadie. When I rescued Sadie, I realized she had anxiety problems, and she was extremely fearful of people. Through intensive rehabilitation and training, I was able to rehabilitate Sadie's anxious behaviors and find a new passion in dog training. I founded Calm K9 Training because I wanted to develop a unique real world dog training program that brings out each dog's full potential. At Calm K9 Training, we are not just focused on teaching your dog obedience commands; more importantly, we train your dog to make good choices on their own and access a calm, relaxed state of mind.
When all of these things are in place, you will see a significant transformation in your dog and your relationship with your dog. Your dog's behavior will be improved, and you and your dog will have a type of bond you may have never imagined possible. Our philosophy at Calm K9 Training is that any dog, no matter their breed, size, or history of behavior/aggression can be trained and rehabilitated. There is no dog we cannot help.
Cassie Mahoney, Calm K9 Training Coordinator
Sarah Carter, Trainer
Hello there! My name is Sarah, and I am the newest addition to the Calm K9 Training team. I grew up in a very dog friendly household and have had a passion for pups since I was a kid. I have worked in dog daycare and as a pet sitter for the last 3 years and have since wanted to pursue a career involving dogs. After meeting David and training my out-of-control cattle dog, Smooch, I knew dog training was the path I wanted to pursue. Training with Smooch and my newest addition, a little pitbull with a big attitude named Piper, has shown me what this training approach and a few simple tools can do to transform a dog’s state of mind into that of a calm and balanced one. I look forward to helping others form a calm and successful relationship with their pups!