Ashley always had a passion for dogs and helping others. In high school, she raised Guide Dogs for the Blind for her FFA project. She also volunteered at a veterinary hospital and was eventually hired as a kennel technician. Ashley worked at a couple of veterinary hospitals before deciding she wanted to make a bigger impact between humans and animals.
At 19, she was hired as a pack leader at a local boarding facility where she got to learn more about dog behavior. During her time there, her love for training and dog behavior grew. Ashley was eager to learn more, so she attended Animal Behavior College where she became a certified dog trainer. From there, she transitioned into her first dog training job, where she further expanded her knowledge and hands-on experience.
Ashley’s passion for animal training and behavior can also be seen in the dogs she has fostered. She continues to volunteer and foster for several rescue organizations.
She has two dogs, a boerboel, Honey, and a pit bull mix named Daisy! In her free time, you can find her traveling, hiking, and showing Honey!