Sue Fleig has been working with animals for over 20 years. An accomplished equestrienne, dog trainer, handler and breeder, Sue has won numerous awards in AKC obedience, agility, German-style conformation, and Schutzhund competition. In 1989, Sue began an intensive apprenticeship with Bill Chambly, a well-known Rochester area authority on dog behavior and training. Bill's clients were primarily referrals from veterinarians in a three county area. The practice is credited with saving the lives of many dogs with behavior problems. The small group classes trained owners how to avoid these behavior problems. Upon Bill's retirement from teaching in 1997, Sue took over his practice. Today, Sue continues to teach both dogs and owner/handlers using time-proven positive techniques to build better communication between owners and their pets.
A graduate of the Rochester Institute of Dog Grooming, Sue launched Sue's Clip Joint, a mobile pet grooming service in 2001.