Meet our Team!
Brittany is one of those employees who was here a short time before we forgot how we survived without her! Before she joined us in October 2019, Brittany worked as a dog trainer and at a veterinary clinic. Her dog knowledge is top notch and she is extraordinarily helpful in all aspects of Process Canine. We have all learned so much from her!
Brittany is in daycare a couple days a week but is mainly our overnight and weekend guru as she handles a lot of the incoming and outgoing boarding dogs. She runs a tight ship, is super organized and rarely misses a beat!
She has three exceedingly well trained Australian Shepherds: August, Killian and Lena. If you're lucky you'll catch a glimpse of Auggie carrying her water bottle, bags etc. from her car on the way to work. When not at Process, Brittany enjoys being with her animals, is an avid video gamer, adding to her tattoo collection and most recently attending music festivals.
When Sam came for her interview in fall of 2018 she asked if she could move in and live with the dogs. She loves daycare so much we sometimes wonder if we even need to pay her to be here. Sam is Process Canine's utility player as she can jump into pretty much any position we need her in. She truly can do-it-all with a smile. She is the leader of the small dog posse at Process and you can usually find her holding one of them in her jacket.
Sam is a 90's music aficionado. She doesn't seem to need rest to function at 110% which is the level of energy she brings everyday. Sam could be the next American Ninja Warrior champion and often chooses to hop over our small walls and doors instead of going through them.
Rookie Camp Trainer
Abbey started at Process in May of 2019 and brought a ton of dog skills with her. She had extensive experience managing other daycare facilities and working at a vet clinic. Her skills + insane work ethic + her upbeat and easy to get along-with personality make her a true powerhouse of our team here. Abbey is an opening manager and our head Rookie Camp trainer. She is also responsible for a lot of the great social media content!
Two truths and a lie, Abbey version:
1. Abbey once worked an entire shift with an active Appendicitis before we forced her to go to the hospital.
2. Abbey wears three pairs of pants when it is below 40 degrees.
3. Abbey does not like live music.
The most friendly face at Process! If you have needed any assistance here you know Liza is your go-to. Liza was one of our two first hires when Process opened in 2017 and is a major reason for our success. Working with Amanda for 6 years deserves its own award and Liza has managed to do just that as well as handling clients and staff under her as a manager.
Liza is a talented local artist and won a storefront competition for Process with her amazing holiday window display in 2021. She is also responsible for a lot of the great content on our social media! She is detail oriented and makes sure each client and dog gets the attention they deserve.
Liza lives in South Euclid with her husband, Avery, their beautiful perfect 2 year old son, Wyatt, and her dog Sidney. When not at Process, Liza enjoys time with her family, art and creative endeavors, caring for her many plants and trips to exotic grocery stores.
Corey joined Team Process in 2020. He was a manager at his former daycare where he worked with Abbey! He does many of the overnight shifts so chances are good if your dog boards with us they will get a lot of quality time with Corey.
Corey is the staff DJ and keeps the dogs (and all of us) up to date on music. He is always looking out for the dogs in his care and making sure everyone is safe, comfortable and happy.
When not at Process, Corey is a gamer and headbanger, attending music festivals like Lost Lands and Electric Forest. One of the most easy to get along with human beings on the planet, Corey is a friend to everyone!
Amanda is the owner and head dog trainer at Process Canine! She keeps the pack, both human and dog, in tip-top shape. Amanda has 15 years of dog daycare and boarding experience and is a graduate of the Michael Ellis School for Dog Trainers in California (2015). Amanda approaches dog training with a scientific mindset and is always challenging her own methods in pursuit of the most effective, fair, and owner-friendly process to train dogs. A true behavior junkie, if its a book about dog training, she has read and re-read it.
Amanda is an AKC certified CGC, STAR Puppy and CCGC evaluator and Certified Trick Dog Instructor and Canine Conditioning Coach (CTDI). In addition to her time at MES, Amanda has spent time shadowing Tyler Muto of K9 Connection in 2019.
When not at Process, Amanda is happiest at home with her wife, 6 dogs, two goats, two alpacas and two pigs on their small farm in Novelty, OH.
It is an honor to be trusted with people's dogs, both for care away from home and during the training process. I am so grateful to get to meet