Barb Levenson has been competing in dog sports since 1981 and teaching obedience and agility privates and classes since 1985. She has competed with 10 dogs and has titles in Obedience (Canadian & American), Herding and Agility.
Barb is a former teacher for the Pittsburgh Public School System which enables her to develop the lesson plans used in all her classes. This knowledge translates into classes that are structured and designed for ease and optimum learning for both dog and handler.
In addition, Barb's qualifications include a B.S. in Psychology (plus Post Graduate courses) from the University of Pittsburgh as well as over 150 continuing education courses in canine behavior and training. She has had training with many of the top behaviorists in the country. And the behavioral history she developed for her own behavioral counseling was selected for use in a national training publication.
Personal behavioral counseling is available for people needing a 1-1 approach to canine behavior concerns such as aggression, separation anxiety or even housetraining issues.