Clare's approach is inspired by a diverse set of experiences, including her time working in a veterinary clinic. She's also spent a lot of time volunteering at shelters, rescues, and service dog groups like Vets To Vets United. Clare has been an...
Clare's approach is inspired by a diverse set of experiences, including her time working in a veterinary clinic. She's also spent a lot of time volunteering at shelters, rescues, and service dog groups like Vets To Vets United. Clare has been an equestrian for most of her life, and she regularly attends natural horsemanship clinics, which has shaped her dog training insights in unexpected and successful ways.
Clare Reece-Glore's story would be fascinating if all we talked about was her long career in human resources, but she eventually transitioned to dog training and now owns her own business called Yay Dog in Durham, North Carolina. And if that wasn't enough, Clare was recently elected president of the National Association of Dog Obedience Instructors (NADOI).
Clare joins Dogwomen Unleashed to talk about her transition from HR to dog training, her work with therapy dogs, and her most recent adventure as the president of a national organisation. And she brought a piece of her former life to her new life as a female leader and someone who helps families have a better relationship with their dogs.
[5:29] The history of dog breeding
[7:08] Going against the grain and becoming a successful dog trainer
[9:48] What it's like to run a business with your spouse\
[14:45] Training therapy dogs
[25:19] What it's like becoming certified with NADOI
[33:08] Why are there not as many female leaders in dog training
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YAY dog! is owned and operated by Clare Reece-Glore, a different breed of dog trainer. She blends insights from a career in corporate training with those she's gained through years of working with dogs, horses, and cats. Clare's holistic approach draws from a broad range of experience including her work with a veterinary clinic and extensive volunteering at shelters, rescues, and service dog organizations like Vets To Vets United. A lifelong equestrian, Clare's natural horsemanship training expands her dog training insights. Clare is dedicated to helping you and your family live happily with your dog. She is the President of the National Association of Dog Obedience Instructors (NADOI #1112), as well as a professional member of the International Association of Canine Professionals (IACP P6023).