Obedience Competition

Jenn Weinik began her journey working with dogs in 1994 while she worked at the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary Hospital’s Inpatient/Outpatient Pharmacy where she started really discovering the world of dogs and training. She did many years of pet therapy work with her Alaskan Malamute, August, at Children’s Hospital and Cathedral Village. She fell in love with Competitive Obedience after getting her first German shepherd dog, Felix, who needed much more than exercise as an outlet for his tremendous energy. She now trains working line Belgian Malinois with her focus being on building speed, attitude, and consistency, while maintaining precision. Her current competition dog, Cookie God of War, earned her OTCH 2 at the age of 3 despite COVID. She works privately as a pet trainer and is known for problem solving difficult dogs. She has been teaching various pet dog classes like Beginners, Pet Therapy Prep, and Intermediate and Advanced Manners since 2013. Jenn believes that training dogs is a process in which you never stop learning.

Intermediate and Advanced

Loretta is a Certified Pet Dog Trainer (CPDT) with the Council for Pet Dog Trainers and a member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT). She has been training and competing with her own dogs for 15 years while teaching Beginner to Advanced group classes. She strives to provide the most effective convenient solutions for her clients’ dog training needs, by using a mix of verbal praise, toys and, of course, food rewards. Loretta is an AKC Approved CGC Evaluator.

Puppy Kindergarten and Beginner

Carol shares her love for dogs with her students in Puppy Kindergarten, Beginner and Intermediate classes. She believes it is very important for young puppies to get the proper socialization and training they need to become good lifetime companions. She stresses the importance of building a strong relationship between puppy and owner by using a positive approach to training. She also reinforces the concept of being a responsible dog owner. Carol strongly believes that every dog should have a background in obedience training. She has taken every dog she has owned to at least one obedience class. Two of her Dobermans have attained advanced titles in competition Obedience and Rally. Carol is an AKC Approved CGC Evaluator.


Jill has been sharing her love for dogs for the last six years training Puppy-K and Beginners in our classes. Jill trains with praise and food rewards. She has been participating in Rally for a number of years. Jill is an AKC approved CGC Evaluator.