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Julia Lang is a Certified Animal Behavior Consultant whose relationship with her Doberman Apollo inspired her to help others experience how amazing life can truly be when you have the love of a good dog guiding you.  

Julia Lang & Apollo
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Apollo 'Bear' Dale Lang

*4.18.09 - 8.23.18*

European Dobermann Pinscher, and Lymphoma survivor. He was also a fearless explorer, a brave adventurer, a loyal partner, a sucker for scratches, a destroyer of toys, a chaser of bunnies, a loving snuggler, a best friend, and a greatest love to me. He is the reason I now spend my time helping other pups to live their best lives.

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Buddy Bear Lang

*6.30.11 - current*

aka Budderscotch, aka Peanut Buddy & Jelly, aka Buddymilk Pancakes, aka Nutty Buddy, aka Peanut Buddy & Hunny Sammich, aka Buddyball Turkey, aka Buddynut Squash..and so on. Rescue Labbish mix, & the goodest good boy. He dreams of one day pleasing every single person in the whole wide world. 

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Delta 'Puppy Duppy' Lang

*10.29.17 - current*

aka THE Pupper Dupper - Rescue GSD. Came to us on August 19th, 2018 as a rambunctious, reactive, destructive hurricane of a juvenile puppy. Having spent a good portion of his early life in a crate, he now enjoys his freedom at home...when he's not at the park, naturally. He has worked very hard towards   becoming an Apollo Dog Training Behavior Ambassador.

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Nathan Lang

Husband, Dog Dad, USMC veteran

While Nathan does not work in the company, or in this field, he is the support that we all need when we finish a hard day of work (or napping). He puts up with all the antics, and thus deserves an honourable mention. Thanks Nathan, we appreciate you.

Journey 'Banana Jamba'

Lang

*8.27.18 - current*

Journey came to us as a stray in 2019 who had dodged Animal Control Officers for weeks during a brutal heat wave. A friend lured him into their car with water and some canned tuna, and called us immediately. He was in rough shape, and had never been inside a house before, so everything was new, and scary. After a few thousand dollars in medical care and lots  and LOTS of love, Journey's new favorite things are playing with every pup he meets, and snuggling on the bed each and every night.