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Cesar Quintero

When I was young, I was always around horses. I have always felt a connection with them, especially when riding. Its a freeing feeling that can only be experienced if you have done it. As a grew up I starting working at horse ranch in Leona Valley to stay close to my passion. 

I became a member of Good Dog Animals about 4 years ago.  Since I've been at here I have learned a lot about taking care of domestic animals and about maintaining a good looking ranch. My daughter is even able to come and help with some of the husbandry from time to time. She even helps the trainers when they need an extra hand. 

I enjoy going for hikes and cooking with my daughter in my free time. In the last year I have become a pastor with my church and have become very passionate about that. I love being able to get a positive message across to people. 

 

 

Team Members

My love for animals drew me into a career in the motion picture industry in 1995. Spending all my time learning behavior and training with...
I’ve been trying to train animals my whole life. I finally achieved professional status in the early 90’s when I had started training...
As a child, I was obsessed with two things: animals and Hollywood. Although an only child, I grew up with many companions, including...
My 30 year career in the animal business started when I was 10 years old watching my neighbor train German Shepherds for police work.
Having grown up on a farm in Wisconsin I have been around animals my whole life.
I have been with Good Dog Animals for 4 years now. I started off volunteering and now I’m an animal caregiver.
When I was young, I was always around horses. I have always felt a connection with them, especially when riding.
As a LA native the bright lights of "Hollywood" lead me into a career in a marketing production in children's TV.
I have always had a connection to animals. As a child I brought home many lost baby rabbits that had wondered to far and...