We train dogs. We train people. Creative Dog Training is not just our name; it explains our approach to giving you the dog you have always wanted. Our team combines decades of experience training top-tier dogs, with a passion for psychology (both dog and people), behavioral study, and the latest in media and technology.
Margaret Jones Davis, founder of Creative Dog Training, may have made the company official in 1984, but it’s roots travel far deeper.
Her father, Earl Monroe Jones, Sr, DVM., gave her a lifelong introduction in the need for compassion with animals. Not only was he a life-long veterinarian who built one of the largest practices in Alabama, but he was instrumental in the authoring of the Laboratory Animal Welfare Act, that was signed into law by President Lyndon B Johnson on August 24, 1966. His involvement earned him the Schweitzer Medal in 1967 for "preventing much suffering by the enforcement of the Laboratory Animal Welfare Act." This instilled 2 important things that forever shaped the direction of Margaret’s life: always do what is best for dogs, and help pass that value on to everyone around.
Growing up in that environment, Margaret met many dogs over the years. Most of them sweet and loving, but few of them actually listened. One day she met her first TRAINED dog. From that moment, she was hooked! There was not a dog training book she didn’t read, she took local classes, and even practiced on dogs that were staying at the vet clinic!
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