WOLFKEEPER

UNIVERSITY

Testimonials

Checkup

 

If you haven't been to a vet in a while, relax. Start with a complete checkup.

Wolfkeeper University treated my precious little Rocky  with all the care and attention you could ever ask for!

Wellness plan

 

Let's put together an eating and fitness plan that brings out the best in your pet.

Toriano "Wolfkeeper" Sanzone has been training dogs for over 20 years in the United States. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Interpersonal Communication and Marketing from Gustavus Adolphus College in Saint Peter, Minnesota. As the proud father of Jazz Kyle (15), Baraka Sanzone (13), and Johann ‘The Frenchy’, he has had years of experience training dogs and their families.

In 2008, Toriano had a nearly fatal car crash that left him hospitalized for 4 months. Through this tragedy, he was inspired to write and publish a book called, "A Wolfkeeper's Guide to Training a Dog." The book he wrote at that time was released in December 2015 revealing his revolutionary training methods to everyone worldwide.

Seeing the need across the world, in May 2013 he began to share his knowledge with thousands of people in an effort to save the lives of dogs deemed un-trainable. Toriano has taught at clinics and contributed to various dog training facilities in Mankato, Minneapolis, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Centerville, Berlin, Amsterdam, Play De Carmen in México, and Pamplona in Spain.  


Now he is bringing that knowledge to you. The Wolfkeeper just completed his World Tour through: Zurich, Chicago, Mallorca, Berlin, Frankfurt, and Munich, just to name a few.

Maintenance

 

It's important to stay on top of shots, overall health, and mental health issues.

What to Expect

I couldn't be happier with the care that Mr. Puppy received. He's doing much better now, thanks. Highly recommended.

MRS. HELEN TOMPSON

client

MR. JOHN ANDERSON

client

Thank you, God, for allowing me to be a keeper of your precious flock, the domesticated dog; and thank you for giving me the passion to help people and change their lives through their dogs.

Thank you, Bettye Jean Williams Freeman, for being my best friend and raising me to be the best man possible. If it weren’t for your unconditional love for your family none of this would have ever been possible.

I would like to acknowledge all the members of my family, who have made me the ultimate Wolfkeeper. I would like to thank my great-grandparents Murray and Queen Clarice Reed, who bought their first dog for $5 back in the 1940s (an Airedale named Joe). I would like to thank William, Gladys, and Stephanie Buford for always having a deep love for all the dogs that they have owned over the years and sharing that with me. I thank my mother, Tonia Sanzone, for exposing me to so many dogs early in my life and for sharing her passion for dogs with me. I thank my Aunt Tammy for making my dreams financially possible and for believing in me when the outside world refused to. I would like to thank my Aunt Towuana as I continue to follow her swagger, I thank my cousin Tino for being Tino, and thank you to my sister Shantae and my little cousin Diana for being my interns.

Most importantly, thank you to my sons, Jazz Klyne and Baraka Paris Sanzone (future Presidents and Wolfkeepers in train- ing), for inspiring me to be the best dad on the planet—I know you two will be the greatest Wolfkeepers ever one day. Thank you, Melyssa and Indiigo. Thank you to Zac&Zan, Big Tim Dog, ANR, OB, Crazy Shawn, David Jones, Troy Lewis, Shannon Gillespie, GAC, K-Town for molding me, and everyone I know and love, too many to mention (2500# in my Roldex). Extra thanks to Susan Zyrkowski and Erik Perez for making this book a reality. Rest in eter- nal peace Bettye Jean Williams Freeman, Carol Davern, and Natalia Vynnochuk, whom I lost during a crucial point in my life.

I would like to thank all the families and individuals who have allowed me to come into their lives and homes and share my passion for and knowledge of dogs with them. I would also like to thank all the dogs and puppies that I have met over the years—thank you for each life lesson and training lesson you left with me so I could teach the next wolf. Peace and Love to all my fellow Wolfkeepers and to all the Master Dog Trainers who shared their knowledge and skills with me and helped make me a better Wolfkeeper. I would like to thank my mentors, who filled in the blanks for me and helped me hone my dog training skills: Master Michael Straton, Lori Berg, Master Walter Ward, Master Oliver Grey, and Master James Morgan. I would like to thank all of the thousands of pet professionals whom I have met and who have helped me gain a deeper knowledge of training and the dog industry as a whole. I would like to thank the Global Dog Nation for reading this book and joining us on our mission to change the world by changing people through their dogs. I love you all.

I would also like to thank all the people who have been in my life over the past 34 years and have shown me love during my most difficult and trying times. Most importantly, thank You, God, for giving me my mother, Tonia Sanzone, who loved to train dogs ever since she was a child, because I can truly say that I was born into the game.

Finally, I must acknowledge my number one dog, Joe Diesel—the greatest dog ever, who taught me more about life than I ever thought possible from a doggie. 

He worked at The Dog Psychology Center in Santa Clarita, CA and was even hand picked by celebrity dog trainer, “The Dog Whisper,” Cesar Millan to teach his dog training clinics. The Wolfkeeper has developed proven, unique techniques and concepts, created through years of training under and interacting with the best master dog trainers from around the world.

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