BOZEMAN DOG COMPANY TEAM
Invisible Fence Consultant, Trainer, and Technician
As owner of Bozeman Dog Company and Invisible Fence of the Big Sky, I love my work! For me, it's not a job—it's a passion. It’s a great joy to provide safety for your pets and peace of mind for you. I enjoy making friends with the many, many pets I meet, helping them to learn new boundaries. I very much enjoy meeting and working with the people who want the very best for their pet(s)—the best training, technology, service and support.
My wife and I have been Montana residents since 1987, and as family business owners we're in it for the long haul. Our mission is to make life with your pet(s) more enjoyable! We hope you’ll allow us the opportunity to do so.
“Truly an animal lover at heart” is the most common thing I have been described as throughout her life. I have lived with dogs, cats, snakes, poultry, cows, horses, and so many more. In my free time, I enjoys pet sitting, hiking with her dog, volunteering at dog shelters, and anything else she can find that has to do with animals.
I have been professionally dog grooming since 2019 and I am thrilled to further that career here! I have been pet sitting professionally since 2016. I am comfortable with all breeds, shapes, and sizes! I have never turned a dog down and never will! I am here to help with any questions or other animal needs here with Bozeman Dog Company!
Dog Sitter, Groomer, Store Assistant
Sydney has been raised around animals her whole life including chickens, sheep, horses and dogs. She is currently a student attending Montana State University pursuing a degree in Agriculture Education. When Sydney is home, she helps her family run a family-owned business raising and selling club lambs. Sydney enjoys taking care of animals of all kinds. She will never pass up the opportunity to help others, no matter the challenge. Sydney is always delighted to pet sit, help with farm work, and lend a hand to anyone who needs it. She has been pet sitting and taking care of other animals for three years and is looking to continue her career.
Whitney grew up in the Gallatin Valley. From a young age, she immersed herself in the world of canine companionship, starting with dog walking/sitting for the neighbors. She then adopted her first rescue dog in 2009. Together they started learning the sport of dog agility. Since that time she has been gaining knowledge about dog training through her own dogs and training for the Galloping Dog Agility Club in Bozeman. Whitney’s passion for dog training has led her to seek a career as a professional dog trainer. She is in the process of completing her certification of dog training through the CATCH Canine Trainers Academy. When she isn’t training, she spends her time enjoying the outdoors with her husband, her daughters, and their dogs.
Grace is a lifelong animal lover! Originally from Minnesota, she grew up with many dogs and began working at dog daycares when she was 19. Grace easily picked up dog body language and behavior, which enticed her to dive into the training world. At the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, she was selected for an internship to train type 1 diabetic alert and mobility assistance service dogs. She continues to advance her education in dog training and recently obtained her Certified Professional Dog Trainer – Knowledge Assessed (CPDT-KA). Her practice focuses on force-free and fear-free training and will always put the needs of the dog first!
Montana Mutt Treat Baker
Clayton was raised with dogs, always bonding quickly, and he enjoys hanging out with pups of all sizes. Clayton is our primary treat baker here at Bozeman Dog Co., baking our Montana Mutt treats! At home, Clayton has a dog and a cat, both of whom he has bonded amazingly with since adopting.
Courtney is a graduate of Montana State University. She graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science and Psychology. In addition to her educational experience with animals, she has extensive experience from years of work as a veterinary technician in Memphis, TN.
She has always had a passion for animals and has made it her life’s goal to have a career working with them. She is in the process of completing her certification of dog obedience and puppy training through the Canine Training Academy. Eventually she will hold her very own puppy and obedience training group classes and private sessions through the shop beginning around the start of 2018. Outside of work Courtney enjoys spending time with her husband, baby, and their family pets.
Before attending University here in Bozeman for a degree in Organismal Biology and Genetics, Sheridan worked with dogs in professional daycare and home settings in the Seattle/Tacoma area. Growing up with dogs, she has had years of experience providing pet care, including dog walking, pet sitting, and training services for puppies to seniors. In Washington she worked at Dogworxx doggie daycare for over a year with up to 30 dogs at once.Here in Bozeman She is available for overnight sitting, drop in visits, walks, and training. She would love to hang with your pups while you are away or even just check in on them and take them for a walk while you're at work!
Leah has been pet sitting for many years in her home town of Spokane. She’s earning a degree Equine Science at MSU. In 2016 she began horse riding lessons, kickstarting her love for all animals. Since then, she’s watched a wide variety of animals, mainly horses, dogs, and cats, as well as many farm animals, reptiles, bunnies, birds, and more. She’s trained in dog and cat CPR and first aid and is experienced in giving medications to dog, cats, and horses. Leah offers any type of pet sitting, horse/farm sitting, house sitting, dog walking, enclosure/stall cleaning, and much more! She loves all animals, and being away from home, misses being around them!