Quiana McCarroll

Quiana believes that patience and persistence are her key frameworks for success. She works hard at providing fresh perspectives and trying new techniques help teach the dogs and their owners. Quiana is a passionate dog lover stemming all the way from childhood. She spent much of her early life feeding the local strays. As Quiana grew into adulthood, that innate love of dogs turned into a volunteering with local shelters. She prides herself on being fast pace, friendly while maintaining and nurturing professional relationships.

Quiana holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, as she wholeheartedly believes in communication and structure. Her ability to maintain a structured and fun environment greatly benefits each dog by providing a safe learning environment. She has fostered a reputation as a key contributor through customer satisfaction and determination to every customer and dog. Quiana’s passion for animals and their owners shine through and provide lasting impacts.

Emily is an AKC CGC, S.T.A.R., & Trick Dog Evaluator, and is Certified in Pet First Aid & CPR

Emily Scott

Emily’s love for dogs started before she could even remember. As a child she would read any book about dogs she could get her hands on. She was fascinated at how smart, loving and loyal they were and just wanted to know more. She got her first dog, Lady a Shetland Sheepdog when she was 5 and her passion for training dogs began. When she was in the third grade, they competed in 4-H obedience and agility competitions.

Fast forward to 2019 – Emily moved to Los Angeles, CA and became a personal trainer (fitness is also a passion for Emily) but she still felt like something was missing. So, when the pandemic hit in 2020, Emily made the decision to come back home to Tennessee and make some changes in her life – including getting back into her biggest passion, dogs and changing lives for the better (which is also what led her here to us at The Complete K9).

Today you can usually find Emily working with client dogs, her best friend (a black and tan female Doberman named Stormy), or continuing her education by reading and attending seminars.

Emily is an AKC CGC, S.T.A.R., & Trick Dog Evaluator, and is Certified in Pet First Aid & CPR

Fallon Houser

Fallon has always believed in “walking what you talk,” and leading by example. She’s a firm believer in education, whether it be for dogs or people, and has always believed there is an answer for most any question should you take the time to find it.

An animal lover from birth, Fallon spent her childhood bringing home strays, training and rehabilitating them, and competing on horseback in 3-Day Events, before later deciding to turn her attention towards animal welfare and rescue as a teenager after spending time volunteering with the local shelter.

That passion is what led her to start the longest-running Doberman Pinscher Rescue in the state of TN, Tennessee Doberman Rescue Plus (www.TDR.dog), and attain her MBA degree while running a rescue, working full time, getting married to the love of her life, and having a child. In the 10+ years since founding TDR+, Fallon has personally been hands-on in the rescue of thousands of dogs (and still counting), and has grown the organization from a fledgling group of fosters – to a large 501(c)3 rescue with volunteers and fosters throughout the southeast.

As a business owner and self-admitted dog nerd, Fallon owns and operates multiple dog training locations throughout the southeast, with the newest being The Complete K9, which is located in her hometown of Sweetwater, TN. While she’s extremely passionate about training and has years of professional experience in Obedience, K9 Detection & Scent Work, Aggression & Anxiety Management, and Service Dog Training (including Medical Alert and Bio-Dog Odor Training) – Fallon’s passion lies not only in helping dogs behaviorally, but also through Nutrition, Wellness, and Fitness in order to help each client achieve their goals in the most complete way possible. When not actively working with her trainers and clients, she also competes regularly in Scent Work trials and attends numerous continuing education seminars and classes yearly (because she believes there should never be a point where an instructor stops learning and growing).

Fallon is an AKC Evaluator, Certified Sport Detection Dog Trainer Level 2 through Ford K9, Certified Bio-Dog Trainer (Cancer and Medical Alert Detection) through the In-Situ Foundation, Certified Pet First Aid & CPR Instructor, Pet Nutrition Counselor, and member of the APDT (Association of Professional Dog Trainers), DPCA (Doberman Pinscher Club of America), DPCN (Doberman Pinscher Club of Nashville), UDC (United Doberman Club), and the NDTC (Nashville Dog Training Club).