Taken internally through oral administration (drops in the mouth), put on food, or put on the skin. Higher Hemp carries pet-safe CBD oil varying in concentrations from 250mg-500mg.
For small dogs. Taken internally through oral administration (drops in the mouth), put on food, or put on the skin. Higher Hemp carries pet-safe CBD oil varying in concentrations from 250mg-500mg.
Krystal Westcott – Owner and Head Trainer at All Things Possible
Since I can remember, I’ve always loved animals. I grew up with dogs and started riding and showing horses at a young age. I’ve now done it professionally and given riding lessons to adults and kids. Over the years it’s taught me the importance of earning an animal’s trust and properly communicating with that animal, like a partnership!
Growing fond of behavior, I wanted to pursue learning more about dogs. In 2010, I took an opportunity to work for a well-known Dog Behavior Specialist. I started as a volunteer and ended up helping run his seminar for people all over the world.
Unfortunately, I lived in San Diego and he was just too far up North, so I decided to find a local trainer to work with. It took some time, but I was able to find someone who had just started up their business and asked if I could help. In a short time I was able to help build his company while learning more about dog behavior.
After about three years of helping and learning with his company, I decided it was time to spread my wings and start my own. He did offer me the head trainer position, but I knew I could start a business for myself since San Diego needed more behavioral trainers. I always knew my true calling would be working with animals and people. To create more clarity and a special bond between two beings who lack in communication. Since starting in March 2019, I’ve helped build relationships from San Diego all the way to Oregon.
My goal is simple: I want to help you understand what your dog is trying to tell you about their needs and wants. Every dog and owner has their own individual needs that take different ways of communicating.
I use all methods of training, but the only tool that works is the one the dog understands.