Meet the Trainers

All Who's Walking Who trainers have completed an intensive Apprentice Program with Who's Walking Who owner, Stacy Alldredge.


Stacy Alldredge

Stacy Alldredge

Stacy Alldredge is an expert dog trainer specializing in canine behavior problems including aggression, separation anxiety, Obsessive/ Compulsive Disorder, and fear issues — big challenges that regularly confront urban dogs and their guardians. An ardent advocate on behalf of dogs for approximately 24 years, Stacy considers herself not only a dog trainer but also a dog activist, and believes that...

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Pat Adams

Pat Adams

Magic is a border collie mix and has been a client of Stacy's since forever! Actually, since 1997. He was about 4 months old when his owner, who was attempting to give him away to anyone who would take him, handed him over to me. After 2 walks he knew his block and building and he was pretty pleased with...

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Tanya Stanich

Tanya Stanich

For many years, I lived vicariously through every dog owner in my West Village neighborhood. While I was desperate for a dog of my own, a very demanding job made that impossible. Finally, after switching to a job with a more predictable and consistent schedule, I adopted an adolescent Black Lab/Hound mix from rural Georgia in October 2009. I was...

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Sarah Mollo-Christensen

Sarah Mollo-Christensen

When I moved to New York City, I found myself without an animal for the first time in my life. I'd grown up with horses, dogs, cats, guinea pigs, hamsters, parakeets (etc.), and the big city seemed a little lonely. So, after much thought, I adopted Sophie, a Pit Bull (probably really a Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix, but potato/potahto). It...

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Sara Jarrett

Sara Jarrett

The first pet I was solely responsible for was a goldfish named Wally. Cleaning out his tank, feeding him and introducing him to new aquatic friends solidified my love of animals, even though now I prefer the kind with fur. Growing up in rural Oregon, my family always had dogs as well as goats, chickens, rabbits, cats and birds, but...

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Ruth Grant

Ruth Grant

Being around dogs brings about a change in my mind and body. All other stimuli fade away. I relax. It's just me and the dog. It almost feels like I'm sending the dog a telepathic message: "I love you." My first pet, an English Springer Spaniel named Stan, taught me that telepathy isn't a great way to communicate with dogs....

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Marie Higney

Marie Higney

Marie has always surrounded herself with animals from the time she was a young girl growing up and would come home with strays in dire need of a home. At one time or another she would always find herself living among dogs, cats, birds, hamsters, gerbils, chicks, and whatever other animal she may have found along the way. But it...

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Malia Stevens

Malia Stevens

I was lucky to grow up in Hawaii with a pet loving family. When I adopted my first dog as an adult in NYC and she spent the first 2 days alternating between cowering from and barking at my husband, I quickly realized I needed professional help. Lola and I became clients of Who’s Walking Who for the next couple...

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Amy Roe

Amy Roe

I’ve loved animals as far back as I can remember. Growing up, my best friend was a bichon frise named Charlie (named after the main character in my favorite movie at the time: “All Dogs Go to Heaven.” I also had a menagerie of other pets in my parents' small New York City apartment. At one time, I had three...

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