I adopted beautiful 4-year old German Shepherd mix from the kill rescue in Downtown Los Angeles. This guy (Jaxson) was my third dog (all rescues) so I had no fears when adopting when bringing them home. He fit right into my house, never digging in the yard, never jumped on me or furniture and always did his business outside and never inside, a perfect match made in heaven, until he be bit two different people in my house on two different occasions. I realized that this guy had to go back to the shelter because I could not risk the liability but I was already bonding with him and did not know what to do. I called the shelter and they suggested that I work with one of their trainers that happen to live on the far side of Los Angeles. Prayers and providence led me to David Scott, dog whisperer extraordinaire (as I call him now). He came to my house and did an Evaluation, as I handed David the leash, Jaxson attempted to bite him right in the crotch but David saw it coming and took control of Jaxson within minutes as to where Jaxson new who was the leader. He then started me on the basic Rules, Boundaries and Limitations like teaching me how to be a leader by entering and exiting the house first, made it so I could leave my front door open and Jaxson would not exit without my permission and crate trained him all in the first hour. After a couple of sessions at my house, David said lets go to the dog park for some socialization. David entered the dog park with Jaxson and told me to stay outside the gate, he did not want Jaxson to be in a frame of mind to protect me by biting the other dogs or people. David then had me come inside the dog area and take the leash with Jaxson muzzled. David just wanted to make sure no one else or another dog was bitten and it gave me more confidence knowing Jaxson could not bite another dog. David said that with a large number of dogs in the dog park that Jaxson would be overwhelmed, nervous and unsure and that is exactly what happen. We went to the dog park several times and then David said to me, take the leash and remove the muzzle inside the dog park. I thought David had lost his mind and I was petrified when he told me to drop the leash without the muzzle on Jaxson. In less than ten minutes, my frightened, un-socialized dog took off running, interacting with the other dogs and people, playing and rolling in the grass, sniffing dog butts and just enjoying himself like he was free of any issues, David had taken away all his fear, nervousness, domination, high energy and aggression right off his shoulders. I literally sat down in the middle of the dog park and started to cry out of pure joy and happiness for me and my Jaxson. This is exactly what I wanted for my dog but had no idea of how to do it. David never used words or treats during anytime of the training. Absolutely amazing. Jaxson and I now go to the dog parks every day and without any fear of him biting anyone or any other dog, even in my house. My dog obeys every thing I request just with body language that David taught me. David will give you the dog you always wanted and teach you how to have communication with your dog. Unbelievable. All you have to do is follow his instructions and trust him, he knows exactly what he is doing. A God given talent that is so rare.