From childhood obsessions with creatures of all kinds to shaping the future of dog care, Paula Feaheny’s journey has been nothing short of extraordinary. Paula’s earliest memories involve her fascination with animals, from the tiniest insects to the mightiest predators. But it was her brave encounters with reptiles, including venomous snakes, that set her on a fearless path of understanding and respect for all creatures.
Paula’s professional journey began in pet retail, where her obsession with canine nutrition took root. She dug deep into the world of dog health, absorbing knowledge like a sponge and advocating for optimal care. But Paula’s true calling emerged when she combined her passion for dog care and her decade of industry experience to establish Bremeny School for Dogs.
At home, Paula’s family consists of “Tony” the doberman, “Nero” the German Shepherd mix, and the bold “Roisín” the chihuahua. Numerous cats share their space, and foster dogs and bottle-fed rescue kittens find solace under her compassionate care.
Paula’s driving force is constant progression. Her heart beats for refining training techniques and pushing the boundaries of what’s possible. Currently competing in the IGP sport with “Tony,” her doberman partner, she also trains as an IGP “helper,” cementing her commitment to both excellence and lifelong learning.