RESCUED ABILITIES PROJECT
Mark's background in dog training started back in the mid 80's training hunting dogs as a hobby. While working for corporate companies and training dogs, his hobby and passion for dog training grew into a full time career. In 2007 he opened the doors to Mill Pond Kennels becoming a professional trainer specializing in waterfowl hunting dogs, dog obedience and dog boarding.
Since Mark expanded his dog training services to help change people's lives. He founded Rescued Abilities Project to enable him to help veterans and first responders
obtain training for their dogs free of charge.
FOUNDER / PRESIDENT
From K9 sports to Service work, Nikki has the passion and desire to train dogs and support Rescued Abilities Project to grow. Being a mom of an autistic child, she understands the needs of a special needs family and will work as hard as she can to help those that are in need without judgement or complaint.
Her love of dog training comes from a long time German based sport, for K9s, called Shutzhund or IPO. High Obedience and focus is a must in IPO K9's. This high obedience standard in dogs makes training for these qualities in Service Dogs greatly desired.
She looks forward to working with you and hearing your story!