Pamela is an Animal Welfare Advocate that stands up for the voiceless. Most dogs do reach out in various ways, you just need to know how to observe and listen.
After Pamela moved to Tampa she signed up as a volunteer with her local Humane Society, working with both cats and dogs in adoptions and as a dog handler, and began fostering those with medical needs. In 2010 she wanted to extend the help with homeless pets and mentored with a trainer of 30 yrs and joined the ADOPT Program (Amazing Dogs On Positive Training) at Hillsborough County Animal Services. Here she ran play groups, worked with the dogs to receive their AKC CGC, taught basic training to anyone that adopted a dog from that shelter and also continued to foster. This is where Pamela became very involved with cruelty case dogs and made it her goal to help keep animals out of the shelters through training and educating the public.
Her passion for helping others pushed her to attend Animal Behavior College in 2016 where she graduated with honors as a Certified Dog Trainer. She utilizes her 9 years of experience continuing with shelter dogs in rescue as well as teaching the public to teach their pets so everyone can live together harmoniously. Let’s start your puppies out on the right paw, good behavior will follow your dog through life with consistency from you!
There are reasons why a dog acts out and misbehaves, with problem-solving and behavior modifications, she can help your dog become a well-mannered family pet.
Pamela teaches In-Home Private Training, Pupping Training and Group Class Basic Commands and Socialization in the Tampa Bay and surrounding areas. She has her own business Can We All Get Along Dog Training.
She is a volunteer with the ASPCA FIR team and the FL SARC team. She has four cats and an American Pit Bull Terrier mix named Fawn, all are rescues.