Hello there! I am the face behind Point2Place Dog Training. My name is Megan Brown and I truly found my passion working with dogs. Every dog deserves to live a fulfilled life, and nothing brings me more joy than giving this freedom to a family and their dog!
In my free time, I enjoy training my own dogs, backpacking and hiking, and fishing. My dogs are a huge part of my life and basically go everywhere they can with me. I also have two macaws who I free fly with. See my blog for more information and stories about my life with my dog!
Meet Finley! He is my 3 year old German Shorthaired Pointer. He plays a huge role in my business between socializing puppies, helping nervous dogs get comfortable around new dogs, boosting dog's confidence in public, he does it all! He is my heart dog for sure. Finley's favorite part of the job is playing with puppies. In his off time, he enjoys hiking tall mountains and snuggling on the couch. Oh, and I'm pretty sure he'd sacrifice me for a tennis ball.
Meet Maple! She is a one year old Vizsla. She was re-homed to me. Bird dogs are kind of my thing and I am so excited to be raising another crazy bird dog.
Breed matters folks! Many people get specific breeds of dogs based off looks alone, or recommendations from friends/family. Be sure you do your due diligence when looking for a new dog. Your friend that has a German Shepherd who lays on the couch all day is NOT the standard. Working breeds are called that for a reason, they were originally bred to work all day long. Bird dogs were bred to run far and wide, hunting many hours a day. Cattle dogs were bred to work cattle all day and nip at their ankles. So when you're looking for a breed, be sure their original purpose is cohesive with your lifestyle.
Dog training is not just about the dog. The family plays just as big a role in this as the dog. If the relationship between the family and the dog is not taken into consideration, the training will not transfer when the dog goes home. This is why the go-home lesson with the family at the end of the program is so important to me, I always offer one free follow-up lesson for the family, and I vow to be there for every family long after the dog has left my care. Dog behavior is fluid and ever-changing. There might be some bumps in the road, so please don't be afraid to reach out for help!
Fill out the contact form below or call us at 407-252-2992 to set up your free consultation now! Learn what program is best for your dog and your goals!