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Testimonial - Toffee & Family (text version)

"Few months back, we bought a 2 months old toy poodle, Toffee. It was our first time owning a dog. During his first week here, there were several situations regarding him adapting to his new environment.

We made a few online researches and there were many different debates on how to handle the situations. We felt helpless as we did not know which was the most appropriate measure to be taken. This was when we came across Amber's blog. After reading their blog, we started exchanging e-mails with Jeryl and Nicole. We e-mailed them a lot of Toffee's problems. We were expecting the reply to be short and common like how commercial trainers will give, but the reply turns out to be the opposite. We could feel that Jeryl and Nicole replied us with sincerity and helpfulness despite them being overseas. This was how we decided to engage them as Toffee's trainer.

During the 3 training sessions, they gave us many helpful advises based on their own personal experiences. Not only were they friendly and approachable, they were also willing to extend the training time if necessary. We could see their passion, patient and love for dogs. Even after Toffee's 3 training sessions were over, we still keep in contact. They were even more than willing to bring Amber out to interact with Toffee during the weekends.

We are really glad to know them. Toffee and his family learnt a lot from Jeryl and Nicole. Once again, thank you for guiding us along during Toffee's first few months with us."

Toffee & Family


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