Canine Counsel Dog Training
My name is Tuncay Adem. I began working with dogs when I was 14 years old. I have experience working with every breed and all types of dogs. My inital training began with the British police working specifically with German Shepherds and then moving on from there, I gained experience working with all other breeds. I moved to the United States in 2003 and continued working with dogs privately. Since 2007, I have been working with various rescues across the country and have traveled to work with dogs in various different situations. There is no situation I will not take on, and I truly believe every dog has a place in this world. If there is a circumstance where a dog is dangerous in it's current enviornment, it does not mean the dog needs to be euthanized, it just means an alternate living arrangement needs to be found. Whether they need a farm enviornment or simply just a different family, every dog deserves to live. With so much awareness in this country, there is no reason for any dog to suffer.
Since moving to the United States, I have come across many situations and I have learned so much it's mind blowing. Everyday in the canine world is a learning experience. You must always be open to learning, and willing to listen. You have to be able to take the tears, experience the heartache and the hardships in order to enjoy the satisfaction of making a difference. This job truly isn't for everyone. There are days when you feel like you are fighting a losing battle, and to a certain extent, you are. However, it takes just one dog who's life you've changed to make it all worth it. Over the years I have saved many dogs who ran out of chances, who were failed by humans and were awaiting certain death. I have dealt with so many different situations, and while I have seen so much, I am always the first to say that I don't know everything. However, I am a fast learner and can quickly come up with different ways to work every personality. My quick thinking and observational skills allow me to figure out what makes a dog tick. I tend to clean up a lot of messes- I am the one who gets the phone call after the dog has bitten, or after a dog has gotten themselves into trouble. I have rescues call me desperate for help. And if you know me...you know that I will be there, no questions asked. I have traveled the world, I have seen the good and the bad. I want to bring change to the canine world. I want to prove to everyone that every dog, no matter how far gone, always deserves a chance. Yes, it is hard work and yes, a lot of people believe that some dogs are beyond repair, but I do not. I have seen the worst of the worst, and with the proper guiwith the proper guidance and rehabilitation, I have witnessed the transformations. I will continue to do everything in my power to change the perception of troubled dogs. EVERY dog deserves a chance, that is my belief.
There is NO dog that I will not help.