“Although Dr. Radosta has very good scholastic credentials, it was her love of the animals that attracted us to her. We could tell she truly cared about the well-being of our dogs at our first meeting. Her observations and constructive criticism have helped us to re-integrate our K9 family.
Before we found Dr. Radosta, we were frustrated by the aggressive behavior of our young male Doberman toward his sire. We had read all the trendy books on dog training. We had tried just about every technique these books suggested but the problems between the two dogs continued and became even worse. We couldn’t even have the two males in the same room together. We just wanted to be able to live in peace in our own home without the stress of waiting for the next attack to occur.
After many months of working with us, Dr. Radosta taught us how to relate to the dogs. She showed us how they were communicating with each other. We learned their body language. We learned that the young male responds inappropriately to other dogs and how to re-direct his aggressive tendencies. Both dogs are able to co-exist now. Although they will probably never be able to be together without our supervision, life is a lot easier for us since we no longer have to keep them in separate rooms all the time
If you love your pet enough to change your own behavior, if you make training your animal a top priority, if you remain consistent in your training routine, Dr. Radosta will help you get the results you are looking for.”