Sue Coller Photography
In the naturalness of this created world there is not only a beauty that is beyond words, there is a balance of give and take, Sabbath and work, inward movement and outward movement that calls to those of us who find ourselves living unbalanced lives. Sue’s photographs have a wonderful sense of balance and peace. Enjoy!
Dodie Logues Painting Week
I know this site has nothing to do with behavior or animals but I just had to share it with you. Dodie is a remarkable artist. Her paintings go far beyond the stroke of a brush. In each endeavor she captures the true joy and serenity of nature. Her work touches my soul and makes me smile. Enjoy!
Spiritual Life Coaching is about exploring questions and goals with a companion who will honor where you are at, help you focus your questions, add clarity to your reflections, and walk with you as you seek to live a balanced, joyful and authentic life. Sue Coller is not only a trainer of dogs, but a Spiritual Life Coach.
Don’t Shoot the Dog, by Karen Pryor
The Body Language and Emotions of Dogs, by Dr. Myrna Milani
The Perfect Puppy Book, by Gwen Bailey
Purely Positive Training, by Sheila Booth
Coersion and its Fallout, by Murray Sidman
On Talking Terms with Dogs: Calming Signals, by Turid Rugaas
To learn more about my training methods, sign up for a dog obedience class or to schedule an in-home, private behavior consultation, please contact me today.
“Linda is amazing, both as a trainer and a person. Her knowledge base is unrivaled, as is her ability to translate this knowledge into helpful, usable suggestions for her clients. Her training classes not only support her clients, but also their dogs. Her classes enrich and strengthen the vital trust relationship between dog and owner. This step is missed by many less-experienced trainers. Dogs walk away from her classes with a stronger sense of self control, and composure. Clients walk away from her classes with a better understanding of their beloved canine companions, and a more fulfilling, comfortable relationship with their dogs.”
– Amy Fellner, Certified Veterinary Technician
Veterinary Behavior Technician