Trainers

Cyndi Gunzer trains duck and bird dogs at a safe, 110-acre facility far from roads, with ponds, fields, and woods. She’s been working with hunting dogs since 2003, and formerly, she trained field trial competition dogs. Now she offers basic hunting training for pups and pre-season tune-ups for more experienced dogs. She also works with pets in her own home, on a handpicked basis. Over the course of a few weeks, these in-house trainees learn obedience, leash walking, and inside manners.They may also learn to control undesirable behaviors, such as digging and barking.

Behaviorists

We partner with board-certified behaviorist, Kenneth Martin, DVM, to help you and your pets get a grip on their emotional experiences and redirect problem behaviors. Dr. Martin is an avid dog trainer and one of only 72 veterinarians in the world to be named a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists. He works with both dogs and cats, specializing in psychopharmacology and alternative medicine, cognitive issues, learning, and pet aggression.

Opthalmologists

Did you know that cats and dogs get glaucoma and other eye diseases? We work with Danielle Paglia, DVM, to find the right diagnosis and treatment, so that your pets keep their vision eagle-sharp. Dr. Paglia graduated from Mississippi State University School of Veterinary Medicine and did a rotating small animal medicine and surgery internship, before completing an ocular pathology fellowship at the University of Wisconsin. Her ophthalmology residency was completed at University of California Davis. What this means is, she went to school…and school…and more school! So she’s the best of the best.

Cardiologists

The most loving thing you can do for your fuzzy buddy is to make sure their ticker is strong and true. Robyn Roberts, RDMS (Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer), helps us understand—through getting the clearest picture possible—what’s going on with our cardio patients. Heart health is important, no matter your species!