I moved to Wyoming and became a river guide. Did I save someone’s life and that was my purpose? Maybe, but I finished school with a degree in Business Administration, which actually had more structural engineering experiences than anything. So I took a field-engineering job with Bill Harbert Co. in Charleston, SC. I loved it, but that wasn’t my calling.
I was moving back to Birmingham in late 2007 when I meet some dog trainers who changed my life. It was the love of dogs. I learned about pack mentality and the dynamics I had in my own home with my dogs. I have always had dogs. I love dogs. I happened to have been living with five dogs at the time and it was dynamic to say the least. That’s where it all began.
I studied and practiced with dogs endlessly, helping friends and family. Then other people needed help, and I became so busy I couldn’t turn back. My niche is and always will be – going into a family’s home and helping them understand why their dog is acting the way it is. Then we start the easy how to fix! I did that for five years before I was able to build We Talk Dog. Staying with my theme, there is no place like it anywhere. It’s truly one of a kind, from the thousands of square feet of K-9 turf for dogs to play or the custom built suites, it’s all unique.
One thing is for sure: If I hadn’t found PetExec, running this complex place wouldn’t be possible. PetExec can be run by anyone with a smartphone, tablet, or laptop. PetExec makes everything so easy for us, it even makes our communication seamless. This is absolutely the best system out there to run this kind of business. We Talk Dog loves PetExec and are so grateful to be partners. It’s because of you we can do what we do! Thank you PetExec Team!
Adam Summerford, We Talk Dog.