IAABC-ADT, CPDT-KA, FFCP
Lyz became interested in training after adopting her first rescue dog Molly in 2014 when she connected with a trainer to help Molly with some reactive behaviors towards people and other dogs. This introduction to the training world was through “balanced” training, or training that utilized both rewards for behaviors the trainer liked and corrections for ones they didn’t. As Lyz learned more about animal behavior and modern humane training methods, she ditched the correction-based training and switched to positive reinforcement and fear-free training. Since then she has never looked back – the compassion and effectiveness that she found in positive reinforcement has given her all the proof she needs to know she’s on the right path!
She loves working with puppies and with guardians of nervous and reactive dogs to help them see their dogs blossom into confident, comfortable pups. When she’s not training your pet, Lyz is hanging out with her wife Megan, their dogs Molly and Buck, and their cat Minerva.
Rover Rehab is committed to helping you and your pet live your best life together. We use modern, effective training methods to teach appropriate behaviors without the use of force or fear. We will work with you and your pet to empower you with communication, cooperation, and connection during training and life with your pet. With our training, you will be able to tackle any challenges you may be facing and build a strong, lasting bond with your furry friend.
Inclusivity is Important to Us
Rover Rehab is committed to providing a safe learning space for all pet parents. We strive to create training programs that help support pet guardians regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, race, socioeconomic status, or neurodiverse identity. We believe that every pet parent deserves access to quality training that meets their individual needs and helps their pet thrive.
We want all pet parents to feel welcome during their training sessions and know that we are here to support them in providing the best possible care for all members of their family, both human and non-human.
So send us a message, introduce yourself, and let us help you give your four-legged friend the best life possible!