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Hi I'm Brad

I am a professional dog trainer, a little bit of a redneck, a brand new father, an Outdoor Enthusiast and I am a Mormon.

About Me

Most importantly I am now a family man, I got married 2 years ago to the woman of my dreams in the Brigham City temple. We have recently been blessed with a beautiful baby girl. My family is the world to me they help me through all of life's challenges with work and school. Currently I am a full time student at Utah State University studying Natural Resources with an emphasis In wildlife sciences. When I graduate I would like to be a Wildlife consultant this way I can help manage big game populations and preserve the animals that I enjoy going out and hunting. Also I plan on running my own kennel and dog training facility on the side. Right now I work as a Professional dog trainer with a company called Puppy Steps Training in Clarkston Utah, and I am actually the head trainer there. As for hobby's I love all sports and as you can tell I love the outdoors. I will escape to the mountains or river as much as I can. I hunt anything that is in season, but waterfowl is my favorite. I also have developed a love for fly fishing recently, at times it really brings me closer to God, just the peace of the river flowing and the wonderful mountain air are just proof of his love.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I received a witness that the Book of Mormon was true, that Jesus is the Christ, and that Joseph Smith was and is a prophet. I didn't always know this but through many experiences, study, fervent prayer I came to this knowledge for my self. I am also a Mormon because when I am living the teaching and the gospel of Christ I can feel His love and I notice so many more blessings come into my life as well as in my family.

How I live my faith

I strive to live the gospel everyday and be an example to those around me. I know that sounds like the typical answer for not doing real missionary work. But I do get the example to do missionary work with those around me at work, I get to deal with many people not of our faith and I love to bring up the church and answer questions that they may have. I would say that I live the gospel everyday just with the decisions I make, with every decision that comes there is an opportunity to listen to the spirit. This way I know that I have a better chance at not making any rash or wrong decisions, also it helps me do my best to live by Christ teachings and keeping My family and I on the right path.