Director of Service Dog Programs
In 2010, Brandi traveled from the west coast to pursue her dream of becoming a dog trainer. Her passion for understanding and training dogs was sparked when her own dog became highly reactive and aggressive toward other dogs. After managing a dog daycare and boarding facility for three years, she then graduated from the Highland Canine Training School for Dog Trainers with a focus on Obedience, Behavior Modification, and Service dogs. She now serves as the Director of Service Dog Programs and is also an instructor for the School for Dog Trainers.
As the Director of Service Dog Program, Brandi is responsible for the training, care and placement of service dogs throughout the world. Her commitment to enhancing the quality of living for individuals with disabilities is apparent in her work. Brandi has trained and delivered scores of service dogs trained to assist individuals affected by Autism, hearing disabilities, seizure disorders and mobility issues. Brandi works with individuals and families to ensure that a service dog is the solution they need and as such, guides them through the entire process of obtaining a service dog. Brandi coordinates with our team of service dog trainers to ensure that we are providing the absolute best service dogs available in the industry.
Brandi Wallwork recognizes how important it is that every dog owner be able to understand their dog and know how to effectively communicate with them. Her passion for understanding and training dogs was sparked when her own dog became highly reactive and aggressive toward other dogs. She realized many others must be struggling with similar situations and now strives to help anyone facing difficulties with their beloved pets.
Brandi has been an active member of several animal rescue organizations since 2010, helping spread the importance of adoption in the community and fostering homeless cats and dogs. She managed a dog daycare and boarding facility for three years, therefore she has firsthand experience of each individual dog’s unique personality and temperament. She understands the importance of honesty and excellence in customer service.
Brandi graduated from the Highland Canine Training School for Dog Trainers with a focus on Obedience, Behavior Modification, and Service Dogs.
She was recently featured in Highland Canine’s Women and Working Dogs series, where she explained the hard work required to head up Highland Canine’s Service Dog Programs.
Contact Brandi at 704.500.8281 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org