Anne Corrigan is a certified Canine Training Instructor as well as an American Kennel Club performance judge. She has been specializing in canine behavior management and obedience for over thirty years. Anne began her career training competitive obedience dogs followed by several years of agility and hunting dogs. She has authored numerous articles on the subject of dog behavior. Anne's unique approach includes a system that she has developed through years of research and personal experience. Anne has a gift for connecting with animals. They respond to her almost immediately. Anne will teach you what you need to know to do the same for your dog. Anne will also make sure you have a chance to apply what you
are learning throughout the process.
Anne Corrigan (at age of 16) pictured here with her first show dog, Buck. Anne has spent her life in the education of dogs.
Anne volunteers for the Sampson Fund for Animals as well as many breed rescue groups across the country. In her free time she enjoys motorcycling and kayaking. Anne also breeds AKC champion Vizsla's.
Anne has developed several programs, each designed to achieve specific results. Her approach is not one size fits all. Some of Anne's programs include: