"Jenny Dickinson has improved my relationship with my 10 month old Bull Terrier using skills that not only guide the dog into adopting the behaviors I seek but teach me, the owner, skills that I need to understand dog behavior so that both the dog and I cooperate as a team. My dog will be a service dog. Jenny has shown me skills I need so that the dog works with me under all types of conditions and situations. She's amazing and anyone needing in-home training, service dog training, or help with behavior problems in their dogs can be assured Jenny Dickinson is the best I've ever known and I've had dogs all my life. You'll thank her as I have for both her help and her friendship."
- Geoff Charles (Afternoon host 94HJY RADIO)
"The 2 years spent with my dog in Jenny's Canine Behavior and Training Certificate Program at Mt. Ida were by far the most fun I'd ever had in school, and taught me so much more than expected, that I commuted 100 miles every week and am now 'paying it forward' as a volunteer puppy raiser for a future assistance dog. Well-behaved pet and obedience competition dogs are Jenny's goal and her ability to share her training and bonding skills with dog owners is second-to-none. Thanks,"
- Donna Martin
"I was fortunate to have Jenny as my instructor.Her experience and knowledge were apparent in class and her teaching style was conducive to my interest in becoming a better dog trainer. I would recommend her program to anyone interested in learning about the dog's mind. She is an extremely competent trainer that I would recommend for even the hardest cases."
- Natalie Nukovic
"Jenny is a gifted trainer, who delivers results in both pet and competition obedience. Her practical advice and positive training solutions help to transform my adopted shepherd/hound mix from a reactive, anxious dog to an AKC Canine Good Citizen. Having worked with Jenny in both the classroom and privately at my home, I highly recommend her to anyone looking for a highly skilled, experienced trainer who is equally patient with dogs and people".
- Cheryl Lathum