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Meet the owners of
All Ears Training!

CPDT-KA, certified dog trainer, Laska Parrow

Laska Parrow CVT, CPDT-KA, ANWI
Owner and Head Trainer

Over 20 years of training experience

Laska has been training animals with positive reinforcement since a young age. Inspired as a child, she trained her cat how to walk on a leash and basic obedience skills. Finally her father agreed that she could foster and train dogs.  She has been involved with training assistance dogs since 2000 and got involved in pet dog training in 2003. Helping others with their pets led Laska to spend 7 years working at her local humane society. During her time there she taught reactive and fearful dog classes, as well as in-home training for cats and other small animals. 


Certification and Pets

Laska is a Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT), Certified Professional Dog Trainer-Knowledge Assessed (CPDT-KA), and an Associate Nose Work Instructor (ANWI). She enjoys working with dogs, cats and has a passion for K9 Nose Work. Laska is currently sharing her life with four large dogs and one cat. She has a passion for showing her dogs in obedience competitions, agility, Nose Work, and animal assisted therapy work.

Cat Training, K9 Nosework

James Coleman
Co-Owner (Photo to come)

James comes to the pet service industry from the insurance world. After being a fully licensed insurance agent with the state of Florida since 2015, he decided to leave that industry to become co-owner of our company.

Growing up James shared his life with Golden Retrievers and Labrador Retrievers. James now shares his life with our dogs and cat and accepted all four of them with care, love, and support. Yes, he married into 3 dogs and 2 cats!

James’ main focus will be the marketing aspect. He will also be offering dog walking and check-ins for your furry friends while you're away.

Our Training Methods

Positive reinforcement is a form of training in which good behaviors are rewarded and the wrong behaviors are either prevented or ignored. For instance, a dog learns that sitting gets him a treat; not sitting gets him nothing. Since animals do what works, they learn – through many repetitions – to repeat behaviors that benefit them.

The links below further discuss these methods. Reach out to us if you have any questions!

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