Yuruani Olguin is the founder of Yuruani Olguin Dog Training, Inc. She has worked extensively with clients throughout New York City, helping build relationships based on mutual respect and understanding.
Yuruani’s training is based on force-free techniques, taking into account all aspects of each individual dog’s situation, including breed, background, temperament and—very importantly—household environment.
Yuruani is a graduate of the Animal Behavior College and mentors trainers in their program regularly. She is also a member of the Association for Pet Dog Trainers, and works closely with several rescue groups, rehabilitating dogs with behavioral issues to help them find their forever home. She has extensively researched dog psychology and the way in which dogs learn and perceive the world around them. This knowledge helps her to teach each client how to better relate and communicate with their canine family member.
She gives private in-home training and group classes throughout Manhattan, and parts of Brooklyn and Queens.
From volunteering at a wild life refuge in the jungles of Costa Rica to training puppies and dogs throughout New York City, Sana Bindra has been an avid animal lover and animal advocate her whole life. She continues her volunteer career in NYC by assisting rescue groups and shelters to rehabilitate their dogs, increasing their chances of adoption and lifetime success in their new homes. She is also in close contact and a regular contributor to Charlies Angels Dog rescue in Costa Rica.
Sana’s mission with each of her clients is to teach proper canine/human relationships built on positive interactions. By using only force-free methods, she shapes the desired canine behaviors in a consistent, quick and effective way.
Sana graduated from the Animal Behavior College and is a member of the Association for Pet Dog Trainers. She teaches private lessons for owners and dogs, one-on-one training while owners are at work, and group classes.
Born and raised in Staten Island, Stephanie has always had a passion with animals. After being inspired by her fearful pit bull-mix rescue, Stephanie decided to start her dog training career while receiving an education in Psychology and Animal Behavior at Hunter College. She has also worked at the New York Aquarium handling and caring for marine animals and educating the public on the importance of conservation.
Stephanie is CPDT-KA certified and strives to strengthen the bond between dog and pet parent through positive force-free techniques, trust building, and communication. She has taught a variety of classes ranging from puppy socialization to reactivity in both group and private settings.
Jen Gambino always had a passion for animals. Born and raised in Queens, she was the kid who picked up any animal in need of help and found them a loving home. Her devotion to animals continued through the years, and she dedicated her career to working with them.
Jen is certified in Dog Obedience Training and Pet CPR & First Aid through Animal Behavior College. In her free time, she works with various local rescues to foster dogs, facilitating the adoption process by providing training that will increase the likelihood of finding their forever homes. She and her pup, Lily, have also completed the Good Dog Foundation program and volunteered at nursing homes.
Her goal is to work with clients to close the communication gap between dogs and their families through positive interactions using force-free methods. Jen’s confidence that establishing a strong relationship between dog and pet parent will create a lifelong bond and a home life conducive to all.