Dog Behaviorist Brad Bevill Brings His Innovative Dog-Training Talents to the CW's "To The Rescue"
With a waitlist stretching out to June for his in-demand dog training services, Brad Bevill epitomizes the phrase “Man’s Best Friend”—and vice versa. The acclaimed dog expert and behaviorist not only loves pets, but he has built his highly-successful business, Bevill Dog Behavior (BDB), on a model designed to educate humans, train dogs and build trusted, gratifying relationships.
Just ask any of Brad’s satisfied clients. (His roster reads like a Dog Owners Who’s Who: RHOD star Kameron Westcott and husband, Court; Rustic and Mutts owner Kyle Noonan and fiancée Courtney Kerr of KERRently; Influencers Stephanie Seay and Lynlee Poston; Bachelorette couple Jojo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers, boxer Jermell Charlo, among others.) They’ve all experienced first-hand the benefits of BDB’s proven-effective ecosystem offering behavioral training, group classes, structured boarding, daycare, and other services.
On the evening of October 15th, 2020, Bevill's illustrious clientele gathered at Dallas' Statler Hotel for a socially distanced and safe viewing party of the new docu-series "To The Rescue." Extensive safety measures were maintained: temperatures were taken upon arrival; masks were required (only momentarily taken off for photos with select others ), and the hand sanitizer was plentiful. The event space has a 1,600 person capacity and had roughly 115 guests seated at tables spread well over 6 feet apart and with a limit of 6 per table. With careful COVID precautions and considerations in mind, the celebration was a safe success for Brad Bevill and his loyal supporters.
As the pups’ personal trainer, Brad provides his unique insight on how to foster clarity, balance, loyalty and respect between dogs and their owners. On the premiere episode, which aired October 17th, he helped a previously-abused rescue, Hondo, gain trust and security. In an upcoming show, Brad shows To the Rescue host Tommy Habeeb how to represent calmness to his dog, Winston.
“We address the animal’s state of mind and teach humans to lead in a way that their dog understands, respects, and follows,” says Brad, who is also featured on NBC 5’s Texas Today. “Nothing makes me happier than hearing how we not only helped create a calmer, happier dog, but the impact it had on the family.”
Dallas viewers can catch all 22 episodes of “To the Rescue,” Saturdays at 7:30 a.m. In other markets, check local listings.