Stacy Alldredge is a leading specialist and media expert in canine nutrition and behavior problems including aggression, separation anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and fear issues – big challenges that regularly confront urban dogs and their guardians.
As owner of Who’s Walking Who dog training (www.whoswalkingwhodogtraining.com), Stacy has successfully trained thousands of dogs and their guardians for the past 20 years. Her work includes “puppy assessment,” to aid adoptees in choosing the right puppy, “temperament testing,” to establish adoptability of shelter dogs, breed selection, and nutritional counseling. In addition, Stacy and her staff teach all levels of canine obedience, as well as the fun dog sports of Agility, Flyball, Rally-O and Tricks. From teaching a puppy how to “sit” to teaching an adult dog how to jump through your arms, Stacy is an award-winning competitor in both agility and obedience.
Employing a holistic and positive approach to understanding dog behavior, Stacy is a recommended expert of NYC veterinary hospitals, behavior hotlines and animal shelters. A consultant to numerous national and regional veterinary and breeder organizations, she also is a professional member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers, United States Dog Agility Association, National Club for Dog Agility, and North American Flyball Association. She holds multiple certificates in Applied Animal Behavior.
She lectures regularly and has been featured on Animal Planet’s “K9 Karma,” ABC’s “Good Morning America,” NBC’s “Today in New York,” Fox News, VH1, LXTV, and NY1 News. Stacy was the canine nutritional consultant on the cookbook, THROW ME A BONE: 50 Healthy, Canine Taste-Tested Recipes for Snacks, Meals and Treats by Cooper Gillespie. And contributed to Oh My Dog by Beth Ostrosky Stern
She lives in New York City with her Pug-Pekinese Geo, and feline companions Betsy, Guinea and Julie.