Lowell Zuckerman helps people have the dog they want with the dog they have using relationship-based, force-free, and scientifically proven methods. His training interests include problem behavior modification, basic manners, tricks, and agility. He thoroughly enjoys helping people be successful in creating harmony in their canine households. Lowell has a solid background in canine behavior and training methods. He has been training dogs for over 15 years, including the multiple dogs he and his wife currently share. He has been a trainer in HSHV’s Head Start program, which helps make shelter
dogs more adoptable, and currently trains exotic animals including warthogs, reindeer, and emus at a non-profit sanctuary for non-releasable wildlife. Other training experiences include being an instructor at a summer camp for dogs as well as the development and execution of continuing education programs for shelter staff and volunteers. Lowell is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer - Knowledge Assessed, an active member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers, is an AKC Canine Good Citizen Evaluator and is the former Chairman of the Board of Directors of Dog Scouts of America.