A month ago I thought I had reached my limit with my Ellie. My house was in constant chaos. My "little" GSD was like an F5 tornado and destroyed anyone and everything in her path. She and I went back up to Tennessee to see Angie Keef Young and Brian at Camelot German Shepherd's and we decided she needed 30 days of doggy bootcamp. Angie and Brian truly care for all of their pups and they want them to succeed in each home they go to. Angie kept me updated almost daily with Ellie's progress and always sent me pictures and videos of the training. When I picked Ellie up yesterday, I'll admit I was skeptical. The last time I saw her she got out of her collar at a McDonalds in TN in the pouring rain and I almost lost her. Yesterday when I arrived, I remained in my car and watched Angie work Ellie in the field on her obedience and if I didn't know any better, I swear it was a different dog. But the true test was seeing if she would mind me, which she did. I've had her home for less than 24 hours and Ellie already knows her places, she isn't jumping on people when they come through the door and I even let her sleep out of the crate and she just laid next to me or on the floor all night until she very patiently nudged me awake to bring her outside this morning. Angie changed our lives and our home. She is nothing but professional. She knows her dogs and loves them all. I am eternally grateful to Angie and Brian for everything they have done for my family. It doesn't matter what breed of dog you have, they know dogs and have a passion for rehabilitating and training them so that they can be a true part of your family. Ellie is such a joy. She is the dog I always hoped she would be. Thank you guys.