Hudson K-9 Training Center is dedicated to providing personalized training programs to ensure that your pets are well mannered and obedient family companions at home or anywhere. We specialize in obedience training and behavior modification with dogs of all breeds and of all ages.
MEET THE TEAM
Hi, my name is Lori McGibbon. My passion has always been animals, especially dogs. I have been so fortunate to turn my passion into a living. All starting at the age of 12 with the family dog then raising and living with multiple dogs through adulthood. Having my first nervous aggressive dog lead me to seek professional help.
I then began to apprentice with a trainer learning by being able to be hands on with many dogs. That turned into training clients and their dogs while also managing the dog training facility. I’ve done therapy work, competed in confirmation, obedience, and French Ring sport. While training dogs in protection sports I was able compete around the states and Canada; working with many trainers and clubs.
Currently I am co-owner of Hudson K9, which opened in Hudson NH in 2008. Now we are in larger new facility in Nashua. I love working with clients helping them to train, understand and communicate better with dogs.
Hey, my name is Ramon Miranda. I have been involved in dog training and competing with dogs for over 20 years. I started out doing confirmation shows, which is where I met the first person that taught me about dog training and behavior.
Since then I have worked with many trainers and was able to learn a variety of techniques. I have also competed in obedience competitions and in different dog protections sports. This opened up the opportunity to work with service dogs and police K9’s.
While I was competing in French Ring Sport I became a level III decoy. It also allowed me to travel the country and to be able to train dogs in Puerto Rico, Mexico and Canada. I have co-owned Hudson K-9 for 10+ years.
Hello! My name is Bryanna Mastroelli. I’ve always been and animal enthusiast. As a young kid I wanted to be a veterinarian but as I got older I moved more towards dog training! I took 4 years of veterinary science in high school and worked in a doggie daycare for about 4 years. During that time I got a lot of hands on experience with dogs and learned a lot about their behavior and body language. I was first introduced to Ramon and Lori when I came in with my own dog and loved it so much I came back to ask for a job! After that I apprenticed with them for about a year and a half until they found a new location and then I was able to move up to Boot Camp Manager!