Heather Beck is honored to be included in the Hall of Fame for the International Association of Canine Professionals (IACP). Heather joined the IACP in 2006 so that she could learn and receive mentorship from some of the greatest dog trainers around. Throughout the years she improved her skillset and expanded her network. Now, nearly 20 years later, she serves as a mentor to dozens of IACP members as they progress through their dog training journey.
The International Association of Canine Professionals is dedicated to the education, development and support of dog training professionals world-wide. It is an immense honor to be included in the hall of fame among so many inspirational members.
From the International Association of Canine Professionals:
"The IACP is thrilled to announce one of the newest inductees to the IACP Member Hall of Fame. We are so thankful for Heather Beck's support of the organization.
Heather Beck, the dynamic entrepreneur behind K9 Lifeline and Heather's Heroes, has transformed canine care with her distinctive approach. Her training, boarding and daycare facility, K9 Lifeline, is not just another dog haven; it's an all-encompassing sanctuary where every dog feels welcome and loved. With Heather's Heroes, she invents and introduces practical, top-tier products and methods to pet owners, including the Sidekick leash—a groundbreaking tool that calms even the most excited, fearful and anxious dogs. More than a trainer, Heather is an educator, helping not just our furry friends but their human counterparts as well. She understands that a well-behaved dog is not merely the product of good training, but also of a knowledgeable and empathetic owner. Faced with hurdles, Heather exhibits resilience and determination. Her "failing forward" mindset encourages her to view setbacks as stepping stones, fueling her continuous innovation in the realm of animal care. Heather Beck is not just a name in the industry; she's a force of change, inspiring others with her empathetic approach and fierce commitment to making the world a better place for dogs and their humans." (Facebook, 10/5/2023)