Eric Goebelbecker on May 24, 2014
Jack Grever founded Longshot Farms Canine Rescue and Rehabilitation Center in Clover, SC. At his 140 acre facility, he Rehabilitates dogs and trains people to better communicate with their dogs. By employing proven dog training & psychology methods of positive reinforcement and negative punishment. Jack uses the “LIMA” philosophy—least invasive, minimally aversive methods to modify and shape behaviors in family pets and rescued shelter dogs.
Specializing in aggression cases, Jack volunteers his time and expertise at the York County Animal Shelter and the Humane Society of York, SC. Where he can use his experience taming Feral dogs in island nations and third world countries. Jack also offers himself freely to those who adopt a rescue dog to help them learn, manage and train a new shelter dog in the home.
He is featured as a spokesman for animal rights and protection in several videos for tourism and airlines. Interviewed by print and television media regarding animal welfare. Jack understands what a distressed dog needs to become the loved and trusted pet for the family. He is constantly striving to learn more advanced training methods and has studied under some of the best in the business.