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Brianna Dick: J.D., Dog Behavior Expert, Owner and Trainer

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With over a decade of experience specializing in severe behavioral issues in dogs, Brianna Dick is the go-to behavior expert recommended by veterinarians and trainers for cases involving aggression, severe anxiety, fear, separation anxiety, over-excitement, and more. She brings a wealth of knowledge and proven strategies to every client interaction.


Brianna's journey began humbly, starting as a dog walker during her high school years before transitioning into an obedience trainer role at her local humane league. It was during this time that she recognized the profound impact of dog psychology on rehabilitating and training dogs with behavioral challenges.


Throughout her university years, Brianna dedicated herself to serving a local shelter for four years, where she fostered and rehabilitated dogs with a wide range of behavioral issues. Drawing from her academic studies in dog behavior and psychology, as well as mentorship under esteemed behaviorists and firsthand observation of natural dog interactions, Brianna developed a comprehensive program that addresses the root causes of behavioral challenges.


Now based in the D.C, Maryland, and Virginia region, Brianna places a strong emphasis on clear communication and fostering meaningful relationships with her clients. Armed with a Juris Doctorate and a Bachelor's in Business Administration, she brings a unique blend of legal acumen and business expertise to her practice. As a Professional member of the International Association of Canine Professionals, Brianna remains committed to providing top-tier behavioral solutions that truly make a difference in the lives of both dogs and their owners.

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It's impossible to rehabilitate other dogs without having balanced dogs to teach them. Pack Leader Help wouldn't be able to rehabilitate as many dogs as we do without our balanced pack member, Iris. She's a trained emotional support animal and she is trained to provide support to humans and dogs showing signs of discomfort. She loves dogs and people but most importantly, she loves her ball.

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