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“I have always thought that I understood dogs much better than I understood people. With every dog I meet, I take the time to learn their personality and understand their behavior. I am aware that each pet has their own individual personality, so I adapt to meet my clients wants and needs. The services I provide to my clients is the exact type of service I would expect for my own pets.”



Brenna LeBrun was born and raised in Bridgewater MA, and she has been an animal lover since birth. Starting at the young age of 13, Brenna began volunteering at the Animal Protection Center of Southern Massachusetts. By age 14, she convinced her parents that she was old enough and responsible enough to get a family dog, which she helped train. 

At 16, Brenna started working at JM Pet Resort and Brockton Blue Dog Shelter in Brockton, MA and quickly was promoted to help manage the kennel within a year. While working there she was required to prepare the food and feed all the dogs, administer medications and clean the facility daily. She was also a group attendant; standing in the yard and monitoring groups of 30-40 dogs at a time.

Then in 2015, she transitioned to working at Performance Plus K9 Activity Center in Raynham, MA as a kennel worker and group attendant for 15-20 dogs at a time. This facility is where she fell in love with dog training. Taking classes such as obedience, agility and nose work. She then decided to get her own dog to train and raise as her own. 

In 2016, while studying at Quinnipiac University, she started working at The Barking Lot in Hamden, CT as a kennel worker and group attendant for 40-50 dogs at a time. Here is where she really started to study the behavior and personalities of many different dog breeds. 

Then, in 2018 Brenna moved to LA to start her life after college. Using her film degree, she worked many freelance jobs and studio jobs, while still working part time at Hounds of the Hills in Hollywood and The K9 Loft in Sherman Oaks as a kennel manager and group attendant.

In 2019 she finally realized that her true passion was working with dogs and that she wanted to make a career out of it. She quit the entertainment industry and started training with a renowned dog trainer in Southern California to become an obedience and service dog trainer.

Once COVID-19 hit, Brenna continued dog training in Los Angeles but realized she was missing her family and friends in New England. After brainstorming fun business ideas with her best friend, Brenna decided to start Wed & Wag in Massachusetts to bring even more joy to people's lives through the love of their dog.



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