Tamar Geller is a dog trainer who developed "the Loved Dog" method of dog training. After serving as a Mossad Israeli intelligence officer, she dedicated her time to observing wolves in the wild and studying how the parent canines trained their young. By using similar techniques as the wolves, she created a method of training puppies that did not involve aggression, dominance, or choke chains. She is the founder of the first cage-free doggy boarding and day care center in southern California, called The Loved Dog. Her book of the same name teaches dog-owners how to train their dogs in a nonaggressive way.
Among other things, Tamar Geller works closely with The Humane Society of the United States, conducts speeches and programs for rescue organizations, and gives lectures about her expertise in animal behavior at Pepperdine University.