Scott Nordgren takes pride in his role as the K-9 Training Director and decoy of the Cincinnati chapter of the Protection Sport Association (PSA). PSA focuses on real life protection situations, including suspect apprehension, disarmament, patrol work, personal protection and obedience. Scott has won multiple PSA titles with his own Doberman, Caesar.
Scott first became interested in Police K-9 training while proudly serving his country in the United States Army in the 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82ndAirborne Division. His time in the military taught Scott the importance of discipline, hard work and effective communication. These lessons are integral to Scott’s police dog training philosophy.
After being honorably discharged from the Army in 1999, Scott returned to Cincinnati to pursue his lifetime dream of working with police dogs. He began his career as a dog trainer by apprenticing under a Master Trainer. Scott gained experience in all aspects of police dog training, including obedience, patrol and detection work. After a few years, Scott became the manager and head trainer of the dog training facility. In addition to running the school and training dogs and their handlers, he was also responsible for training all new staff and kennel personnel.
In 2010 Scott became the Head Trainer at the Pet Athletic Club. He specializes in aggression problems, advanced obedience, behavior modification, police dogs and personal protection dogs. Scott is responsible for training all new trainers, developing new programs, and managing the board & train program. He prides himself on his ability to uphold the highest training standards in the industry.
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