On November 2003, I brought home a 9-week old red and white Cocker Spaniel puppy that I named “Angel”. She was going to be my obedience dog. I started puppy classes right away. She was eager to learn but started to develop some behavioral problems. Where I was training at the time, they didn’t have the proper training methods for her. Someone told me about Valli Rovenolt. The rest is history.

Sue Churn

Sue Churn and Angel

We started with Valli and she took the time to build the dog’s trust and confidence. We worked through several obedience classes and it wasn’t long before we were training in Agility and competing. On June 6, 2009, Angel got the MACH for the Paws-itively Obedient Dog Training School.

I will always be forever grateful to Valli for helping Angel and I to become a working team.