Corey has been handling working dogs for over 15 years and brings this experience and knowledge to our clients in Alabama to assist them in solving problems such as aggression, dominance, fear, shyness, biting, jumping, as well as other behavioral issues.

Corey conducts training and certifications for Police and Search and Rescue dogs and handlers. Corey has helped to train both Law Enforcement and Military handlers in Police Patrol, Narcotics, Explosives, Cadaver, Trailing, and Search and Rescue. Corey assists in conducting handler courses and regularly instructs at Highland Canine Training, LLC’s School for Dog Trainers.

Corey utilizes proven and simple methods for instructing dogs and their owners / handlers. Corey’s style is straightforward and he has a very goal oriented approach to training and resolving problems. His goal is to always improve relationships between dogs and their owners by teaching effective communication and basic principles of learning. He focuses on assisting clients in dealing with and rehabilitating issues such as dominance aggression, fear aggression, territorial aggression, phobias, shyness, and neurotic behaviors. Corey continues to further his education in the dog training field by attending seminars and classes, as well as working with police and search and rescue canine teams.

Corey also participates in our Assistance Dogs for Autism Program by assisting with deliveries of Service dogs to their new families. Corey enjoys working with children and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders and his experience with people and dogs makes him a valuable asset to our team