Hey, it's Susan Garrett here. Our dogs are not just pets; they're family, our partners in adventures, both big and small, and they deserve nothing but the best from us.
We have 2 organizations we are supporting currently, one in the UK (Many Tears Animal Rescue - charity number 1192227) and one in the USA (Bailing out Benji - 501(c)3 nonprofit organization)
For those of you who follow me, you know my passion for ensuring every dog has a chance at a life filled with joy. Puppy mills are the antithesis of this vision. It is a horrible way for breeding dogs to live and for puppies to enter this world.
These profit-driven puppy mill operations compromise the health, well-being, and happiness of dogs. Too many unhealthy puppies are being recklessly produced, and there is too much sadness for unsuspecting owners of these puppies.
Together, we can change this!
By supporting our fundraising campaign, you're not just giving money — you're giving countless dogs a chance at a better life — a future outside cramped cages and poor conditions where they can experience safety and happiness.
If my journey with dogs has taught me anything, it's that every single one of them deserves respect, love, care, and a safe home. So, I'm reaching out to this amazing community to join me in making a significant impact.
Click that donate button, give what you can. Because together, we can make waves and ensure a brighter future for dogs everywhere.
Susan Garrett’s interest in animal behaviour started at the University of Guelph where she earned a Bachelor of Science majoring in Animal Science. Since then she has developed into a preeminent dog trainer and canine sports instructor and competitor. Susan is one of the most successful agility competitors of the last three decades. She has won multiple Gold Medals at National or World Championship events with every dog she has ever owned over the past 30 years.
A natural teacher and an entertaining speaker, Susan is world renowned as a leading educator of dog trainers. Her understanding of how to apply science-based learning principles to both competitive and family pet dog training has been pivotal in changing how dogs are trained.
Susan is now helping many thousands of dog owners in 132 countries have the best relationship possible with their dogs. The real joy for her comes from bringing confidence to dogs and their owner through playful interactions and relationship building games that are grounded firmly in the science of how animals learn.