Annie has been enthusiastically involved in dog training and the Cane Corso breed since 2010.
Annie has helped countless pets live better lives through training. She has successfully trained and handled many dogs in obedience and protection sports (both IGP/Schutzhund and French Ring), as well as finished multiple Champions in AKC shows. She has handled and trained dogs for film and video games.
Annie has extensive experience with the Cane Corso, and large working breed dogs as well as doodles and small dogs. Her knowledge base ranges from pet manners to behavioral issues and even high level competition training.
She is the founder and president of Working Molossers United, and has served on the executive board of the American Working Dog Federation, American Working Malinois Association, and the Cane Corso Association of America.
Locally she is a founding member and officer of the competitive Schutzhund club All Canine Working Dog Club and has coached members to achieving their competitive goals.
Annie has volunteered her time and expertise with the West Side German Shepherd Rescue as well as many other west coast shelters.
Though there are a few breeders that actually show their own dogs, there are far less that train and work their own, and almost none that do both.
SOME GREAT VIDEOS ABOUT US AND CANE CORSOS.
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Brian and Jamie have been partners with Odisseia Cane Corso since 2015. Well versed in the Cane Corso, Brian has a background in veterinary medicine and titled his Cane Corso male to a BH with All Canine Working Dog Club. Jamie has shown and finished dogs in the AKC and is extremely dedicated to raising puppies with lots of exposure and enrichment.
Great video on why we recommend crate training for your Cane Corso.