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Meet the Wiggle Butt Team

Christina and her dog Ollie

Christina Bui, MS, FFCP
Pet-Tech CPR/First Aid

Christina is a professional dog trainer who  loves clarifying communication breakdowns between humans and their canine best friend.

She pivoted careers to dog training after adopting her rescue, Ollie. He struggled with reactivity and stranger danger, and she didn't know how to help him. Witnessing his transformation through force-free methods inspired her to work with dogs professionally.

Her approach to dog training is one of curiosity, influenced by her previous work as a speech-language pathologist. Why does a dog behave a certain way? What are they trying to communicate? How can we teach them a different behavior? To her, a true solution comes from both empathy and evidence-based practice.

Christina is a Fear Free Certified Professional, Pet CPR and First Aid Certified, and is working towards her CPDT-KA certification. She also holds a Master of Science degree in Communication Disorders.

In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and Ollie, telling them both they’re very good boys. She also loves hearing Ollie talk back to her with his buttons. 

Pet Tech CPR and First Aid

Pet Tech Pet Tech® is the first International Training Center dedicated to CPR, First Aid & Care for dogs and cats. Pet Tech has been teaching the important skills of Pet CPR, First Aid & Care for over 20 years.

Fear Free Certified Professional

We align with the Fear Free mission. We choose to minimize fear, anxiety and stress whenever possible. This includes NEVER using techniques that cause pain or tools like e/shock collars, prong collars, choke collars, etc.  Completing the Fear Free Program allows trainers to work in partnership with families and veterinary teams to prevent and alleviate fear, anxiety, and stress and improve an animal’s emotional wellbeing during veterinary care and home care. This certification program is designed to give qualified animal trainers the knowledge and tools required to begin implementing Fear Free techniques with their clients’ pets at the veterinary hospital, through in-clinic training classes for puppies and kittens, and in day-to-day training of animals in the home.

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