Narnia Pet Behavior and Training, Inc.


Training since 2012

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Narnia's goal is to help strengthen the bond between human and dog by providing a common language. Narnia provides family pet training and behavior consultation and modification using positive reinforcement.


  • Behavior Consultant at Narnia Pet Behavior & Training - November 2016 - Present
  • A Sound Beginning in-home Behavioral Consultant - November 2016 - Present
  • Best Friends Animal Society: Kanab, UT
    Lead Dogtown Behavior Consultant, February 2015 – October 2016
    Dog Trainer, February 2014 – February 2015
  • Animal Care Technician at Naperville Area Humane Society from June 2012 - 2014
  • Veterinary Assistant at Spay Illinois from September 2012 - 2014
  • Animal Care Intern at Best Friends Animal Society in Summer 2011
  • Animal Care Intern at Naperville Area Humane Society in Summer 2010
  • Founder of Students Helping Rescue Animals at Iowa State University in 2010
  • Kennel Technician at Millbrook Veterinary Hospital from January-November 2007
  • Volunteer at Story County Animal Shelter from 2010-2012
  • Volunteer at Animal Rescue League of Iowa from 2009-2010
  • Volunteer at ADOPT Animal Shelter from November 2006-2008


BS in Animal Science from Iowa State University - 2012
Certified through the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers (CPDT-KA)
Shelter Behavior Affiliate (SBA) through the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants

Continuing Education

Non-Food Reinforcers & Complex Training Tools, Social Animals & Aggression Reduction - July 2017
by Ken Ramirez
The Dynamic Duo: TAGTeach and Clicker Training - August 2013
by Theresa McKeon & Laura monaco Torelli
Crucial, Cutting-Edge & Common Sense Concepts in Dog Behavior & Training - September 2013
by Dr. Ian Dunbar
Development of Canine Behavior Problems: Contributing Factors and Real Solutions - March 2013
by Sarah Kalnajs
Communicating with Your Canine - March 2013
by Rebecca Cann
Dog Behavior Evaluations in Shelters - January 2011
by Dr. Amy Marder