Seyonna grew up around dogs — mainly field Labs. Seyonna would always sneak animals that were hurt or injured into her room — just in case her mom wouldn’t let her keep them. Even at that young age, Seyonna wanted to save them all. That need to save animals led Seyonna to her first puppy Tiena, a blue Queensland Heeler rescue. An unbreakable bond was instantly formed. And Seyonna quickly learned about genetics! Tiena would herd Seyonna and her siblings like cattle. Climbing up ladders, working on construction sites, playing soccer with the kids, climbing the chain link fence at our school to watch the kids, racing us while Seyonna and her siblings snowboard, and keeping their hearts full. She was unlike any other dog Seyonna had ever owned. Outside of work, Seyonna’s children keep her super busy. They like to spend their timing hiking, or playing sports. Seyonna says, “You have heard that having dogs is a lot like having children I am here to say that is true and I agree to that 100%. No two dogs are the same just as no two human beings are the same. What works for one may not work for the other. Koru K9 works to help any dog any problem and to be apart of a company that has a great philosophy and track record is rewarding!” Working for Koru K9 allows Seyonna to help people in the right direction to get the training that is necessary for their dog to succeed. She believes that everybody should feel the love of having a dog just like she did with her first dog.