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Jeanette Stewart, CPDT-KA
Owner, Class Instructor & Behavioral Consultant
Jeanette Stewart, CPDT-KA started working with and training dogs using positive methods at Animal School Inc. in Portland, Oregon. Later working at 2 doggie daycare and training facilities helped Jeanette to apply and further continue practical work and observe canine behavior. With over twenty years working professionally, Jeanette has acquired the skills and passion for working with difficult dogs including aggression, anxieties and other problem behaviors.  Jeanette works to teach the most practical, effective positive methods to aid dog owners in successful training and behavior modification for all breeds, sizes and temperaments of dog. 
Since the summer of 2010 Jeanette has been the lead trainer and behavioral evaluator for New Hope for Eastern Oregon Animals' Powder Pals Program.  This program works in conjunction with Powder River Correctional Facility in which minimum security inmates train homeless dogs at risk for euthanasia, using positive reinforcement methods.  This makes the dogs highly adoptable and easier to place successfully, and gives inmates educational and life skill building opportunities.  Currently, New Hope is further working on building an animal shelter in Baker City which currently does not have a shelter.

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Jeanette Stewart, owner of Practical Dog Solutions
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JEANETTE STEWART, CPDT-KA
AT-A-GLANCE
  • B.S. Anthropology, minor Psychology (2014); Eastern Oregon University
  • Certified Professional Dog Trainer-Knowledge Assessed (2013); Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers
  • Member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers since 2001
  • Special Educational Interests: Bully breed education; human-animal interaction/anthrozoology; ethical considerations in animal training, care and social sciences
  • Community Involvement: Lead Trainer for Powder Pals Program; Volunteer for New Hope for Eastern Oregon Animals (education, evaluations, volunteer training); Dangerous Dog Ordinance Committee City of Baker City; Shelter Advisory Committee (Behavior and Training Consultant)
  • Behavioral and temperament evaluations for a variety of rescue organizations and animal shelters

Association of Professional Dog Trainers - Dog Training Professionals

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New Hope for Eastern Oregon Animals
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Powder Pals Program, inmate trained rescue dogs

     

Pixie 2000-2015
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The Canine Crew

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Pixie, an American bulldog/doberman pinscher mix, was adopted in 2000 from Multnomah County Animal Shelter in Troutdale Oregon.
 
Beau, an American Staffordshire terrier mix, was adopted in 2012 from the Powder Pals Program through New Hope for Eastern Oregon Animals.

Practical Dog Solutions Baker County, Oregon 541-519-5915 practicaldog@msn.com