Eric Sueltenfuss, CCS
I am an aircraft and powerplant mechanic originally from Boston. I found a passion in helping dogs and their owners and began a challenging but fulfilling transition in careers in 2011.
I began my official career working with dogs by managing a local daycare and training facility. I was able to immediately apply concepts I had learned through reading and seminars. My instincts were strengthened by working with each dog that entered the facility.
I transitioned into a management position at a holistic pet supply sotre, assisting with a local feline rescue organization. I learned the finer points of dog nutrition and clarified my passion for working with dog behavior through training.
In 2015, I graduated from the NORTHWEST SCHOOL OF CANINE STUDIES, the only state-licensed canine academy in the Northwest.
Through the Northwest School of Canine Studies, I have joined a community of Force-Free practitioners, dedicated to changing the world of canine training.
I am dedicated to furthering my knowledge through continuing education courses and trainings. I have studied animal learning theory and a broad range of science-based training techniques and practical applications.