WARSAW — Amy McPhail, a resident of Winona Lake, recently graduated with distinction from Karen Pryor Academy and has been named a certified training partner. Amy is committed to force-free training techniques that make a difference in the lives of pets and their owners.
Amy is a registered veterinary technician at Lake City Animal Clinic with more than 20 years of animal experience. She graduated from Purdue University and became interested in animal behavior after taking an extensive training and behavior course through Purdue’s Veterinary Behavior Clinic. She conducts puppy kindergarten classes and offers clicker training and behavior modification consults at Lake City Animal Clinic.
Karen Pryor Academy for Animal Training and Behavior is an innovative institution committed to educating, certifying and promoting the next generation of animal trainers.
World-renowned trainer, author and behavioral biologist Karen Pryor is a pioneer of force-free training technology. Pryor launched the dog trainer program to ensure that pet owners and their dogs have access to top-tier training delivered by superlative teachers.
As a Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner, Amy has completed an intensive education process and demonstrated a high level of skill in training dogs as well as teaching dog owners. “Our graduates are not only skilled trainers, they are excellent teachers,” said Pryor. “I’m proud to be able to welcome Amy McPhail to the growing family of KPA-Certified dog trainers nationwide.”
To see a national list of certified dog trainers, visit www.greatdogtrainers.com or call (800) 472-5425. For more information on Karen Pryor Academy, visit www.karenpryoracademy.com.