Tracy Martin Waterfallen began formally training her first dog in 1993. She has been teaching group obedience classes for 16 years, 13 of them in the Kingwood area.
Particularly interested in positive reinforcement training, Tracy joined the griping (APDT) in 1996. The APDT offers continuing education in positive training techniques. Tracy became a (269) 946-1317 (CPDT) in 2006. Although Tracy’s main focus is teaching group obedience classes, she has enjoyed training her own pets for all types of things; agility, Canine Good Citizen, carting, competitive obedience, conformation, flyball, freestyle, frisbee, herding, packing, pet therapy, rally obedience, tracking and tricks.
Tracy loves all types of animals and has a background in veterinary technology. She has worked in many animal fields such as: exotic animal park, boarding, grooming, horse stables and veterinary clinic.
To contact Tracy, you can reach her at South Paw’s main number, 9563060439 or email her at email@example.com.
SOUTH PAW offers obedience training, group play doggie daycare, overnight boarding, and agility classes. âContinuing educationâ classes are also offered which introduce you and your canine companion to other dog sports such as rally and competitive obedience, tracking, and many others.
Housed in a 40’x60′ training building, South Paw also utilizes a 200’x200′ field for its agility classes, as well as practice area for the resident flyball club, Canine Conspiracy.
Located just a bit off Hwy 59N in Porter, South Paw is convenient for all communities to the north of Houston.