Thank you so much for your interest in working with me!

Unfortunately, I’m dealing with a health issue that makes training and travel very difficult right now.

I’m not accepting new clients right now, and likely won’t until Spring 2024.

I appreciate your understanding and hope to work with you in the future.


General Training Info

I provide regular manners/obedience training and behavior change training for behavior problems like leash-walking, jumping, barking, etc.

I normally provide in-home, private training at your home. We meet once a week to learn exercises, and then you work with your dog during the week. Programs run from four to ten weeks, with the most popular being six weeks.

I’m not providing quotes at this time.


Looking ahead…What will 2024 bring?

I have some big and fun changes planned for my return, so sign up for the newsletter below to be the first to hear about them (and to get bumped to the top of the waitlist for when I start booking again!).

Still Really Want to Contact Me Right Now?

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Email hello at weebeastieswv dot com

Email is the best and easiest way to get in touch! Messages are returned within 24 hours.

Call (681) 443-5068

Phone calls are usually returned within 72 hours between 6pm and 8pm.

Want to schedule a call instead? Email me to set up a time!

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Direct messages are welcome, but if you’re ready to get started, email is best!

Where is Wee Beasties Located?

Wee Beasties doesn’t have a physical location…yet! I serve the following counties in West Virginia:

  • Fayette – including central Fayetteville, Oak Hill, and the edges like Meadow Bridge, Danese, etc.
  • Greenbrier – including Lewisburg and surrounding areas like White Sulphur, Rupert, and Rainelle
  • Raleigh – including Beckley, Shady Spring, and most places in between
  • Summers – including Hinton and surrounding areas

And I can travel to other nearby counties by request.

Locations for group classes will be announced as the programs are set up and will be listed on the schedule.

Virtual programs are also available and may be a great fit for some cases. Please email me to see if your case would be a good fit for this.

I’m happy to refer you to colleagues who train like me if you’re outside my service area but need in-person help. Just send me a message and we’ll get started.

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