Puppy Einstein at the Annual Trade Show
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Date: October 04, 2009
October 3, 2009 - Puppy Einstein, Inc. is the brainchild of Sally Montrucchio, a ten-year plus veteran of
training dogs for people with disabilities. The focus of Puppy Einstein, Inc. is to present
the tools and methods used in training service dogs to the average, everyday dog owner
in a fashion that is easy to understand and fun to use. Any dog can be as obedient as
those trained to help people daily. All that is needed to succeed in training your dog to
behave like a professionally trained one is a little patience, a little desire and a lot of love
for your canine companion.
Sally Montrucchio is, and has been for over the past ten years, the Training Director for
Tender Loving Canines Assistance Dogs (TLCAD). TLCAD is a non-profit organization
that provides custom-trained Assistance Dogs to people with disabilities in San Diego
County, California. Sally had always tried to incorporate new and innovative methods
into her training and teaching. She knew that if she could create something that was easy
to understand and fun to utilize, then the typical dog-owner could succeed with dog
training as every member of her organization has.
Sally’s first step towards making Puppy Einstein, Inc. a reality was when she hired her
son, Tyson Montrucchio, an experienced, fifteen-year contributor to the world of
extreme sports video, to produce a training video to use as a supplemental tool to her
already successful methods of teaching how to train dogs. The project proved to be a
great success – all of the TLCAD trainers found it to be a wonderful addition to the
already wide repertoire of methods being used to teach them the practice of dog training.
With Tyson’s innovative and extreme edge towards video making and design, paired
with Sally’s knowledge and passion for dogs, Puppy Einstein, Inc. is sure to be one you
won’t want to miss. There are a few surprises in store for this year’s APDT Conference,
so be sure to stop by the Puppy Einstein, Inc. booth to see it all!