About The Trainers
Jane and Laura are both graduates of the Academy for Dog Trainers — considered the Harvard of dog training schools. As Academy grads, they use humane, field-tested, science-based methods for dog training and behavior modification as well as have a firm understanding of how to counsel and coach dog owners.
Jane Wolff CTC, CSAT, CPDT-KA
Jane Wolff specializes in treating separation anxiety and is a Certified Separation Anxiety Trainer (CSAT). She also graduated with honors from The Academy for Dog Trainers (CTC) and is certified through the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers as a Certified Professional Dog Trainer – Knowledge Assessed (CPDT-KA). She has been working with dogs professionally since 2014 and loves working with dogs and their people.
Laura Witkowski CTC, CPDT-KA
Laura Witkowski is a graduate of the esteemed Academy for Dog Trainers (CTC) and certified through the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers as a Certified Professional Dog Trainer – Knowledge Assessed (CPDT-KA). Laura is Fear Free Certified® and has a particular interest in helping dogs with body handling and fear-related behavior issues. She especially loves working with dogs adopted from area shelters. When she’s not working with dogs, you can catch her doing stand up comedy.
We started Good Wolff because we want to offer people safe, friendly and efficient training and behavior modification for their dogs. We only use humane, field-tested, science-based methods for dog training and behavior modification.
You and your dog are safe with us. No owner shaming or embarrassing. No judgement about your dog’s character or breed. And we don’t use methods that rely on pain, fear or startle.
We love dogs but we also love people. Let us be your dog-human life coach.
We know your time is valuable so we will not waste it. We’ll identify the problem, devise a training plan and help set obtainable goals so you can get relief and see progress!
"Jane and Laura are phenomenal at helping you to understand why behavior is happening, what your dog is thinking when it happens and how to help them overcome their stressors. We've seen the learning theory techniques we've picked up from Good Wolff translate to many other behaviors in our pups, as well!
-Amy and Bane, Ellie and Eddie
"I can’t say enough good things about Jane. She gives you both the confidence and the tools that you need to continue training at home and she never once made me feel like my dog was bad or aggressive, even though that’s what everyone else saw of him."
-Emily and Tilden