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TaylorI believe that your dog has the ability to greatly contribute to your overall wellness. Where tails seem to be simply wagging, heart rate is decreasing. Wet noses are magical, as they somehow make us feel better when we are in pain. Your dog’s invitation to play provides an alternative for human struggle. Dogs are the kings of positive regard, and I hope to help you tap in to your pet’s full potential. My most passionate goal in life is to facilitate happy and healthy human-animal alliances. I completed my master’s degree from Georgia State University in Mental Health Counseling in 2015, and I am now working on my PhD in general psychology with a focus in animal assisted therapy. In training, I will continuously work to increase communication between you and your dog. Positive reinforcement will be our currency, and we will build a partnership that enhances both of your lives.