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Sarah Kim

Founder/Head Trainer

As a child, Sarah had a strong connection with animals, mainly dogs. However, it was apparent that her relatives had cultural differences that formed their opinions on how dogs should be raised. Since most of Sarah's extended family’s dogs were used as guard dogs and always kept outside, the idea of having a dog as part of the family was a new concept for her parents.

Sarah took matters into her own hands by researching dog behavior and training methods to rescue a dog for her and her family. She rescued an adorable Pomeranian named Milo from a traumatic past of abuse and neglect. After many months of rigorous training and shadowing of other dog trainers, Milo became the intelligent, sassy dog that every dog owner would dream to have. After that, Sarah became a friend to call for training advice and support.

During her undergraduate studies, Sarah pursued medicine while continuing her passion for dog training. Throughout college, her growing love for studying dog behavior encouraged her to rethink her medical career path. And so she decided to pursue her dream to become a professional dog trainer. She has shadowed other professional dog trainers for a year and used all the experiences to build her own methodology of dog training, building a strong relationship between dog and owner. 


Sarah has shadowed many different dog trainers in the past to learn more about different styles of training, to develop her thoughts on dog training. She recently received her Bachelor of Science in Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution from the University of California, San Diego. 

Sarah now lives in the Bay Area with Nova and Clover, a golden retriever and nova scotia duck tolling retriever and is working her dream job where she builds relationships between dogs and their owners in the best way possible!

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