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Our Success Stories

Tracy’s Story

Tracy’s Story

Since working with U.S. Canine, I have had the best of intentions several times to compose a review, but each time I’ve sat down to type I’ve been distracted by and redirected to spending time with my totally transformed dogs. Angie, Josh, and the staff at U.S. Canine are amazing…

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Cassie’s Story

Cassie’s Story

We took our dogs to US Canine after our Australian Shepard mix started attacking our “Georgia Brown dog”. They lived together for a year and a half before any issues. We knew Cassie had some anxiety but did not realize it would or could turn into aggression…

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Cooper’s Story

Cooper’s Story

My husband Tom and I, as newlyweds, adopted our dog Cooper from the Fulton County Animal shelter. At home he was the sweetest dog, but we quickly realized he was a very difficult first dog…

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Jennifer’s Story

Jennifer’s Story

Angie Woods is an amazing woman! I rescued a Siberian Husky who was found roaming the streets. After working with my dog on my own for several months, it became apparent that I needed a professional intervention…

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Rusty’s Story

Rusty’s Story

Compassionate. If we had to pick just one word to describe Josh, Angie, and all of the U.S. Canine staff, that would be it. Their ultimate goal is understanding your dog’s sensitivities, energy, fears, (the list goes on) and then finding ways to help them reach balance. Their techniques are not about dominance for the sake of being “the boss” but rather true leadership that dogs and humans alike can not only sense, but are drawn to and eager to follow…

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Finn’s Story

Finn’s Story

We were at our wits end with our German Shepherd Finn because he was so dog aggressive. He was great around people, but around other dogs he would instantly go into fight mode. Our son brought his dog home from college and we had to keep the dogs separated 24/7 which was a total nightmare. We had to coordinate with the neighbors on when we would let our dog out to exercise so we could make sure their dogs were in. We couldn’t walk him on a leash for fear we would pass another dog and there would be a fight…

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Nellie’s Story

Nellie’s Story

If you have an anxious dog, a highly reactive dog, or a dog who keeps you from being able to have people or other animals over, do not wait one more minute to call U.S. Canine and set up an evaluation. My dog was highly reactive towards new men. I couldn’t have friends over because of it. She was also highly reactive on the leash, lunging or freaking out when bikes, skateboards, or loud cars passed us. We had to stop going on walks because it became too difficult, she was even terrified of the trashcans on the street…

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Damascus’ Story

Damascus’ Story

U.S. Canine was a complete life changer for us and our dog, Damascus. Prior to enrolling him in their Immersion Program, he was barking, chewing up things around the house, difficult to walk, barked and growled at strangers, etc. It was a big stressor for my family…

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Ladybug’s Story

Ladybug’s Story

4 years ago, I rescued my dog Ladybug, a 50lb American Bulldog, from a shelter. We assume she didn’t have the best past based on her physical state at the time and her lack of confidence/mistrust of other people and animals. Once you’re a “friend” of hers, she is loyal, loving, and perfect. However, her first time interactions with people weren’t pretty…

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Bo’s Story

Bo’s Story

It’s been 2-1/2 months since Bo spent 2 weeks with you for aggression. I have to tell you, we didn’t think we’d be able to keep Bo those first two weeks after he came home. I think the fear of him attacking one of us again was so deep in our minds and he just didn’t act like the same dog after all that happened…

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Trixie’s Story

Trixie’s Story

My story is an eye opener to anyone who thinks their dog cannot be transformed. I own a 12 year old very active pitbull mix who has always been very aggressive towards other dogs – I always had said “Trixie” will never let me own another dog. Little did I know there was the “Dog Whisperer” Angie Woods…

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Bentley’s Story

Bentley’s Story

In August of 2011 we saw online where a beautiful stray dog was given the grace to wander into the woods behind the home of none other than volunteers of Angels Among Us Pet Rescue. We were drawn to this angel right away, even though he was not up for adoption yet, we had to meet him after hearing of his rescue. He had appeared in the woods dragging a cellphone cord tight around his neck. He was hot, thirsty, scared, and not yet trusting of people…

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Bean’s Story

Bean’s Story

I am no stranger to dogs and considered myself a fairly competent trainer of my dogs, until 12/30/17. On that date we had an incident in our home involving our dogs, three pit mixes and a terrier mix, which required a doctor visit and serious contemplation on re-homing one of our dogs, Bean. Around the age of 1 she began to exhibit signs of what we thought was dog aggression. I tried everything I knew, and for short periods of time it worked. Until it didn’t. On that date in December I was ready to give up, and almost did…

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Summer & Mason’s Story

Summer & Mason’s Story

We have tried to write this so many times before but every time we sit down we’re at a loss for words. Thank you doesn’t seem to be strong enough to show you our appreciation for all the ways U.S. Canine has helped our family. Before we found them, we felt trapped: we wanted to be good responsible dog owners, but over time had become incapable of handling our two fur kids, Summer and Mason. Their aggression toward other dogs and humans had increased to what we felt like was a dangerous level. We stopped taking them places, refused to have people at our house, and basically had no idea how to break the cycle. We lived in fear that every time we went for a walk would be the time that we lost control…

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Danny’s Story

Danny’s Story

In January of 2008, I rescued five dogs and two cats from a gas chamber at the Spalding Animal Control in Georgia. One of the dogs, a chow, presented an especially troubling challenge. He was considered extremely aggressive. He had a long cable attached to his collar which none of the workers could get close enough to the dog to remove. He also would lunge at the bars of his enclosure whenever workers approached. Food needed to be pushed under the door because no one wanted to go into the enclosure…

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