Gail Landon, Happy Hounds Dog Trainer
Gail’s philosophy is that dog training is a way of life. Dog parents should plan on incorporating training and management into every aspect of their relationship with their dog. She is also a firm believer that if you are not having fun in training neither is your dog!
Trainer’s Clinic, Paws & People, Bozeman Mt. September 2017 Agility workshop,Yellowstone Dog Sports Red Lodge, Mt. July, 2017 Fenzi Dog Sport Academy, Gray Summit, MO, June 2017 Agility Clinic with Keri Daun, Adept Agility, spring 2015, summer 2015, summer 2016
Stop 77! Family Paws, April 2016 Agility Clinic with Nancy Tanner, Paws and People 2011
American Kennel Club Canine Good Citizen and STAAR Puppy certified 2014-present
4-H Lead Dog Trainer 2013-present
Scent Class Lead Instructor (Levels I, II and III)
North American Dog Agility Competitor 2013-present Happy Hounds class participant since 2007
Carolyn Bielser, Happy Hounds Dog Trainer
Caroline explains that Roger Caras reflects how she feels about dogs in her life, ‘Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole’. She is happy that there are so many activities and sports today that people can take part in with their dogs. If she can encourage people to find the activity that both they and their dog can have some fun with, than that makes her happy. She feels that you don’t have to be a top competitor or need a special kind of dog, you just need to enjoy the time you spend with your dog.
Agility Clinic with Keri Daun, Adept Agility, summer 2015, summer 2016
Happy Hounds class participant since 2009
North American Dog Agility Competitor 2013-present Working to become a member of the Barn Hunt Association