My name is Julia and I have two English Setters. Molly is a 6 year old female and Cinder is a male. I enjoy hiking, camping, traveling and riding my bike with my dogs. Our hope is to begin bird hunting with the dogs in the fall.
I started as a student at Skiplyn Kennels in 2016 when we first adopted Molly. She came with a list of challenges and I quickly developed an understanding of the balanced approach to training. I was successful implementing it with my own dogs. I was excited when Tammy invited me to learn this method further and instruct under her supervision. I often say that Tammy taught me how to really SEE my dogs - who they are and what they need. I've been a trainer at Skiplyn Kennels since 2018.
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My name is Shanon and I have been a registered veterinary technician (RVT) for close to 25 years, and I have been working in the veterinary profession for MORE than 25 years. My role as an RVT doesn't allow much chance to work with dog behaviour and training, so being at Skiplyn Kennels is contributing to my overall understanding of dogs. I have been a dog owner to 3 awesome dogs in the past and am currently the owner of the Havoc, the crazy Belgian Malinois. I joined the Skiplyn team in 2015 and you'll often see Havoc and I working in various classes at Skiplyn Kennels - we both love obedience work!
Hi my name is Kim and I am a dogoholic. I started training with Tammy in 2006. You will often hear me say it took me 6 years to master intermediate obedience, so I know what it's like when you feel like you're going nowhere with your dog! My 3 labs enjoyed doggie school training in obedience and agility. In the spring of 2017 I gladly joined Tammy's team, I love to see all the dogs and handlers improve. I am currently the proud owner of Breeze, Brooke and Caesar (all Labradors) and recently got a new Labrador puppy, Cleo, as well.