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Lori Timberlake

 

Lori is passionate about strengthening the bond between owners and their pets. She is thrilled that she can devote herself to teaching Nose Work and Parkour classes, both in person and virtually. She is also dedicated to expanding both of these sports in Western New York which is why she is so involved with the National Association of Canine Scent Work and International Dog Parkour Association. She hopes Dog Parkour becomes as popular as Nose Work has in this community!

 

If you would like to book Lori for a Workshop or Event, please use the contact us form.

K9 Nose Work Instructor with her dog.  CPDT-KA, CNWI, FDM, IDPKA

OUR INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS

K9 Nose Work instructor with his dog.  CNWI, NACSW
DJ Rehberg
CNWI

DJ Rehberg has had a life long passion for dogs, especially Siberian Huskies. In early 2016, while seeking an activity to improve and strengthen the bond between him and his Siberian Husky, Sylvie, he discovered the sport of Nose Work. He immediately recognized this is the sport that dogs were literally born to play. Since that first class, he has worked to improve his skills, knowledge and education in the sport of Nose Work. Over the years, DJ Rehberg has attended several classes, seminars, and online courses. He has also attended Nose Work camps where he was able to learn from several of the premiere Nose Work instructors from across the country. DJ has co-presented nose work workshops, volunteers at trials, is a Certified Nose Work Instructor and USCSS Trial Official.

Parkour and Canine Fitness Instructor with dog.
Stephanie Ortel

Stephanie has been a licensed veterinary technician for over 20 years. Her day jobs are canine physical rehabilitation therapy and teaching vet tech students. She became interested in the world of dog sports to keep her German Shorthaired Pointers entertained and out of trouble. Stephanie and Marston the GSP enjoy barn hunt, scent detection, tracking and parkour. Stephanie is a certified dog parkour instructor through IDPKA. She is also a certified canine fitness trainer and trial official in USCSS.

K9 Nose Work instructor with dogs.  CPDT-KA, CNWI
Anne Coughlin
CPDT-KA, CNWI

Anne absolutely loves working with animals and has always had dogs in her life. She became involved in nose work after her dog, Anya, needed a less physically demanding sport due to an injury. Anne loves watching dogs gain confidence and flourish through Nose Work! Anne and her dogs participate in Nose Work, barn hunt, and parkour. She also volunteers with various rescue organizations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kristen Hanley

CPDT-KA, ANWI

Kristen became involved in the world of dog sports after adopting an energetic and reactive little guy that needed to stay busy! They started out in agility, dock jumping, and barn hunt, where she first learned about scent related sports; and then she discovered nose work after adopting a fearful little girl. Now she does Nose Work with three (all very different) dogs! She loves how fun and helpful the sport of Nose Work can be for dogs that struggle with fear or reactivity (and every dog in between); and how great a sport it is for owners new to dog sports, too!

Kristen is currently pursuing her CNWI; and is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer (Knowledge Assessed) with the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers; an Accredited Dog Trainer with the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants; and a Certified Family Dog Mediator. Kristen also works part time in the healthcare field as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. 

K9 Nose Work instructor with her dog.  CNWI, CPDT-KA, IAACB
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