A nice letter we recently received from a client by the name of June Miller.
To Whom It May Concern:
It is with great enthusiasm I write this letter of testimony for Perry Ahlgrimm. Perry Ahlgrimm was contacted, quite out of the blue, after a chance observation of his interaction with his own dogs. Unbeknownst to him, that interaction was being observed, from a distance and what I witnessed; well behaved, obedient, relaxed, happy dogs, so impressed me, I sought out his help. As a responsible pet owner, not new to owning dogs, I was convinced I had exhausted all my options with my 15 month old German Shepherd, Guinness Mackenzie who suffers severe fear aggression and I had resigned myself to the last resort available, euthanasia. Consideration to euthanize the dog did not come lightly and only after failed attempts by me, with the help of several qualified professionals, including a certified applied animal behaviorist to correct the dog’s behavior of lashing out at people and other animals. This behavior ﬁrst presented itself at the age of ten weeks and the prescribed interventions did not work as the behavior only increased with the age of the dog. The dog was unresponsive to verbal commands and could not be trusted in any situation. Sadly, the dog was muzzled and wore a promise halter all the time outside of the home. As the owner of the dog, I was miserable and so was the dog. (more…)