Behavior training that’s positive and effective.
Our behavioral specialists are highly accredited and extremely experienced professionals who love positive reinforcement training and helping owners with their pet’s habits that seem hard to break. We offer convenient private drop-off training sessions and monthly group training sessions at all of our locations. We also offer in-home training sessions for pets who feel more comfortable on their own turf.
Amy Lear is a nationally recognized Certified Professional Dog Trainer. She is a graduate of the University of Memphis (1996) and a graduate of the Animal Behavior College (2009). She completed her CPDT-KA (Certified Professional Dog Trainer- Knowledge Assessed) in 2013. Amy offers positive force free training classes and private training at The Pet Hospitals. Amy is skilled in obedience, behavior modification and trains dogs for therapy work. Amy is a proud member of APDT, Community Animal Response Team, Animal Behavior College Mentor Trainer and is an AKC Canine Good Citizen evaluator. Amy enjoys working with pet parents and helping families communicate more effectively with their furry family members.
Amy lives in Germantown with her husband, two sons, three rescue dogs and rescue cat. She also has a palomino horse named Cody. On Amy’s days off, she enjoys spending time at the barn and relaxing with her pack.
Tracey Cain is Certified Professional Dog Trainer, a graduate of the Animal Behavior College. After attending college in South Carolina, she moved to Memphis to enter the corporate world before pursuing her passion to work full time with dogs and people who love dogs. Tracey offers training classes and private training using positive reinforcement methods at The Pet Hospitals, focusing on obedience and behavior modification. Tracey is an APDT member. She has been a volunteer with Red Rover Responders (formerly EARS) since 2006, a national organization which shelters and cares for animals affected by natural disasters or rescued from mass cruelty or hoarding situations. Tracey believes that dogs add a valuable quality to one’s life, and a well-behaved dog is priceless.
Tracey lives in Germantown with her husband and three rescue dogs.