Owner of ‘dog whisperer’ finds dog trainer after getting bitten by dog

A man in Oregon who claimed to have an animal whisperers license and training certification has been arrested after a dog bite.

The man, who goes by the name of Dog Whisperer, said he trained his dog to be a handler when he was younger and later took it to live with his parents.

He said the dog would sniff and pat people while they were walking around the house, but the man says that changed after he learned about dog bites and how dangerous they can be.

He also said he was a licensed dog trainer, but police found no records for him.

The Portland Police Department said in a statement on Monday that they are aware of the case and are investigating.

Dog Whisperrer is in jail on $50,000 bond, and his bail was set at $100,000.

He could not immediately be reached for comment.

Dog Whisperers LicenseThe Oregon Dog Whispering Law states that you can use your pet as a personal assistant or personal dog trainer.

It says that anyone who uses a dog for a purpose other than a personal service must be licensed to do so.

You can also apply for a license by filling out an application, which must be filed with the state in person or by mail.

There is no charge to obtain the license, and it costs $50.

Dog trainers must also undergo an annual physical and mental health exam.

A similar license is also required to teach dog walking skills.

Dog training licenses are required to be approved by the Oregon Department of Health and Human Services.