DIANA BONELLI RECOGNIZED AS A GRAND MASTER BY ANTHONY JERONE
When Diana was 12 years old, she trained her very first dog. It was a German Sheppard, which was a 5-month-old rescue dog. She loved it so much she named him “Major”. Major was her shadow. Everywhere Diana went Major followed. Diana taught Major all the basic obedience commands and advanced obedience, which is off leash training. Besides that Major was great at agility and all hand signal’s with no voice commands. In Diana’s eyes Major was the most perfect dog.
Major was a popular neighborhood dog because of his training. People would ask who trained him and her dad said “my 12 year old daughter”. People could not believe that such a young girl could train a dog so well. Friends and family were asking Diana for dog tips and how to train their dogs. Being that this was Diana’s’ hobby and she read every book and magazine she could get her hands on she decided to take her hobby and turn it into a career as she became an adult. In 2005, Diana went to Anthony Jerone’s School of Dog Training and Career, Inc. Diana graduated top of her class and received the K-9 rare recipient pin. Diana also got a letter of recommendation and commendation letter from Anthony Jerone himself. Just recently, Diana received a trophy for her outstanding talent as a dog trainer and was featured on CBS Channel 2 news with Anthony Jerone. Anthony Jerone has a high regard to Diana’s instinctive dog training ability. Diana now has three great dogs of her own and 25+ years of experience in training dogs. Diana is the proud owner of “Your Dog Gone Good” dog training. Diana is a highly trusted name in the dog training industry and is highly recommended by veterinarians, dog groomers, animal shelters and clients. Diana is proud of her reputation and her passion for dogs and will continue to strive for the same high standards and quality until every dog is wagging its tail. Diana is now in the process of writing a dog book, making a calendar, some more TV appearances and possibly her own newspaper column. Diana feels strong that every pet deserves the very best that life has to offer. A dog needs obedience, guidance and love. Diana can assure you one thing that after her training methods are utilized your dog's problems will be abolished. In addition to the dog training, she also educates its owner.