Hello! We are Sue and Ed, spouses and owners of The Light of Dog. We want to welcome you to our world of dogs.
The Light of Dog is completely a reflection of our lifestyle - which revolves around our dogs - both personally and professionally.
Sue started out in 1996 volunteering at local shelters and training her own dog and then wanting to help others, she started her dog training business in 2003.
Ed was not happy with dog products we were buying for our dogs, so he started creating his own in 2007 and then Sue's clients started asking if they could purchase.
That blossomed into us moving in 2009 to 14-acres and remodeling the old house on the property to include an indoor training and in-home boarding facility, space to produce our products and land to grow actual food and do fun things with the dogs.
Whether you are a new dog owner or seasoned pro, we want to leave you with links to a few articles containing tips that have helped us as dog owners. They are copied below:
Step 1: Whitelist and prioritize all emails from “Sue & Ed at The Light of Dog” and SueAndEd@thelightofdog.com…
Step 2: If you use Gmail, please make sure to “drag” any emails from Sue & Ed at The Light of Dog and SueAndEd@thelightofdog.com into your Priority Inbox to make sure you don’t miss a thing… and finally…
Step 3: If you haven’t already, take just a moment and join The Light of Dog on Facebook, Instagram and/or Twitter. We use these social networks as communication channels outside of email updates.
Finally and before you go, we both would be very grateful if you could complete this quick survey (a new window will open) about why you decided to follow The Light of Dog.
Sue, Ed, and Zooka (our Vizsla)
For fun, click the image below to enjoy our short video,
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Zooka (Vizsla) joined us in July 2019. His future jobs will be determined as he grows. Current jobs are: keeping Sue and Ed on their toes and wearing them out every day; entertaining our visiting dogs and wearing them out every day; and keeping the bunnies in shape so they can avoid the coyotes.
Wife & Husband
Sue Brown, dog trainer and writer extraordinaire and Ed Soehnel, dog products, farm manager and marketing.