ABOUT JEREMY MOORE
Jeremy Moore has been training dogs now for over 15 years, although it is definitely not something he thought he would end up doing professionally. His training style emphasizes a low pressure, positive approach that allows you to maximize your dogs potential in a natural way. He does not believe in the use of force, fear tactics, avoidance training, or electronic collars.
Everyone at DogBone has an obsession with Whitetail that starts in a tree, but transcends throughout all aspects of their lives throughout the year. After realizing he was faced with an issue in attempting to train a shed dog, the DogBone line of products was born. Several years and patents later, DogBone has become the innovative leader in the “deer-dog” revolution. Jeremy contributes to and provides information regularly to media outlets including the “Developing Your Deer Dog” segment on North American Whitetail Television, a co-host and hunter on NAW TV, Headhunters TV, Midwest Whitetails, Raised Hunting, Outdoor Wisconsin, as well as a co-host and hunter on We Love it Outdoors. He also contributes content and articles regularly for print outlets including, Whitetails Unlimited, Safari Club International, Legendary Whitetails, Badger Sportsman, North American Whitetail, and GunDog Magazines.
Be sure to follow and learn more about Jeremy and all his training content using our social platforms including YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram.
Jeremy has designed DogBone specifically to help you be able to train your dog yourself. It should be a rewarding and fun experience. That said, Jeremy does train a limited number of dogs each year for clients for everything including sheds, game recovery, gun dog/bird dog and ultimately as family dogs. If you are interested, please contact Jeremy through this website’s “Contact Us” page.
Jeremy does host Handler’s Workshop periodically throughout the year. Handler’s Workshops cover everything from the basics and building solid foundations to the most formal of field-work. Keep tabs on upcoming events by following our Social Media outlets. If you are interested in hosting one of these events contact us through our “Contact Us” page.