Tiffany Baker

Training Director: Greenville


Tiffany Baker is a certified canine behavior consultant as well as the founder and owner of Boss Babe Dog Training, LLC, in Dallas, Texas. She joins Canine Cohesion as our Training Director for our Greenville branch.

As Training Director, Tiffany wears multiple hats:  she serves as a Senior Behavior Consultant, weighing in on our toughest cases. She is also works as Case Manager for our clients – providing an initial in-depth assessment and analysis of their case, creating a customized behavior plan, and then overseeing the execution of that plan by our team. She coaches and leads our other consultants and trainers, helping to ensure that their implementation is top-notch and their knowledge and skills are continuously growing. She also coordinates and works directly with the other members of our team, and serves as liaison with our clients’ personal vets and other professionals as necessary.  

She has been professionally working with dogs and canine behavioral modification for over 7 years. Tiffany specializes in aggression, with a focus on families with disabled pets. She is a licensed Family Paws Parent Educator, has received her title as a Certified Behavior Consultant Canine (CBCC-KA), a Certified Control Unleashed Instructor (CCUI) through Leslie McDevitt’s program, and a Certified Family Dog Mediator (FDM) through Kim Brophey’s Applied Ethology LEGS course.

megan shevlin, assistant dog trainer and Leo
megan shevlin, assistant dog trainer and Leo

She is extremely talented in her ability to not only effectively modify behaviors in dogs but also provide tremendous support, compassion, and guidance to pet guardians. She advocates for positive reinforcement, science-based teaching, and coaching style. She believes that these methods create an effective and enhanced understanding of the canine-human relationship. With each dog and handler team, Tiffany has the pleasure of working with, her dedication and drive to continue learning and developing her skills in the animal behavior field grows.