Alecia Evans has been professionally training dogs and their humans since 2001. Her philosophy is harness your dog’s energy to unleash their greatest potential and your own. Having successfully transformed the relationship of hundreds of dogs of all ages, breeds and temperaments with their people she began suspecting that many of the tools used to train dogs and puppy’s were causing undetected harm and damage to the dog’s neck, throat and spine areas. Often times having long term ramifications that few trainers or veterinarians are aware of.
Never feeling right about choking dogs and unsuspecting puppies to train them, Alecia invented The Walk In Sync™ Humane Dog Walking and Training System as the gold standard of training tools in order to end the choking of dogs during training and walking. Alecia is revolutionizing the dog training world with her exclusive 5 Minute Manners Makeovers using the Walk In Sync™ Harness and Accu-Grip Leash, along with her Walk In Sync™ 3 Easy Steps to teach any human/dog duos to Walk In Sync in just minutes.
As a Holistically minded dog trainer Alecia works with issues ranging from bringing a new puppy home to severe aggression. Alecia's background as an Animal Wellness Consultant over the last 15 years has been focused on nutritional health and emotional well being utilizing nature's pharmacy of supplements and natural remedies to address the animal's root issue and restore balance to their system and behavior.
As the former host of the award winning GrassRoots Aspen TV Series, The Whole Animal- An Alternative Approach to Animal Care, Alecia takes a natural approach to dog training and health care. Her work has been featured on: Fox and Friends, The Sandra Glosser Show, NY 1, and in Aspen Magazine, Dogtipper.com, The New York Daily News and Woof Report. She is the training expert for Dogtipper.com and Only Natural Pet Store.
Alecia believes prevention and proper education about the best training methods and tools will begin to limit the number of dogs given up for adoption due to behavior issues.