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Dee Pigman
Joan Armstrong
Beth Fabel
Cheree Roberts
Susan Fletcher
Alison Eberhard
Kris Sharp

General questions: info1@dogdaysnw.com or call Lee at 360-241-1844

Puppy, Companion Dog, Tricks, and Really Reliable Recall classes: EMAIL DEE or call at 503-807-1212

Connection, Cooperation & Control (CCC), Over-Greeters, Reactive dog classes, and behavior help: EMAIL CHEREE or call at 913-522-7475

Rally Obedience: EMAIL DEE or call at 503-807-1212

Foundations for Performance, Beginner Novice, Loose Leash Walking Classes: EMAIL BETH or call at 360-989-4803

Competition Obedience: EMAIL JOAN


Dee Pigman

deepigman@comcast.net
503-807-1212

Riley, Brody, Dee and Jasmine:

Dee is the new owner of Dog Days as of January 1, 2022!

Dee has been working with dogs and horses all her life. She got her first horse, Cherokee at 13. She then trained and showed several horses in 4-H, Equitation, Trail, Jumping, Halter and Dressage for over 20 years.

She fell in love with Obedience, Rally and agility when she got her first Papillon in 2008. She currently lives with 2 Papillons, Jasmine and Brody. In 2019 a Border Collie named Riley joined her pack. They have earned AKC titles in Obedience, Rally and Agility.

Dee loves learning about dog training and attends seminars and lessons regularly to improve her knowledge and skills. She teaches Really Reliable Recall, Canine Good Citizen, Foundations, Rally, Companion classes and puppy kindergarten. She really enjoys helping others improve their relationships with their dogs. Member - Association of Professional Dog Trainers. Certified - CGC & Tricks Evaluator. In 2022, Dee took over Dog Days Dog Training facility.


Joan Armstrong
info1@dogdaysnw.com

Nick, Frannie, Joan, and Q (2002):

Joan is the founder of Dog Days Dog Training. She has studied learning science, dog behavior, and competition obedience since 1994 with Karen Pryor, Bob and Marian Bailey, Ian Dunbar, Suzanne Clothier, John Rogerson, Sue Sternberg, Patty Ruzzo, Denise Fenzi, Ellie Wyckoff and many others. She has worked with many breeds and mixes from Rotts to Rat Terriers to Pharoah Hounds. Joan specializes in performance sports, especially competition obedience.

Joan is semi-retired now and is still teaching Competition Obedience classes at Dog Days.

Joan loves dog sports and is still actively competing in obedience, rally, and tracking. She's done agility, stock dog, and hunt tests.

Joan teaches competition obedience group classes and private lessons. Member APDT and IAABC.

Joan's dogs: At the Rainbow Bridge watching out for us all: Zoie (our Abuela), Frannie, Nick, and Q.
14 year old Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever Aanya, 10 year old Australian Shepherd Stealth, and 4 year old Australian Shepherd Cosmo.

They have a few titles!
Aussie Frannie: U-UD Copper Canyon's Belle Starr UD TD STDds PT JHD AX AXJ EAC EGC EJC RS-E JV-E GS-E CGC ASCA-TD
Aussie Nick: U-CDX Wind Dance Nick of Time VCD3 EAC EGC EJC RS-O JS-O GS-O ASCA-TDX ASCA-UD
Aussie Q: CH U-OTCH Red Banks Never Say Never VCD2 UDX MX MXJ RE NAP NJP GS-N-OP GS-O RS-O NDD JV-O O-OGC OAC NJC NAP NJP TNN ASCA-TD ASCA-CD
Toller Aanya: Ch JavaHill's Shocking Blue VCD2 PUtD BN RE AX AXJ NF WC TKA
Aussie Stealthy: Baywind's Stealth Bomber VCD3 PUTD BN RE HSAds HXAs AX AXJ OF CGC
ASCA UD TDX BN RS-O GS-E JS-O RNX RAX REX RM STDds
AHBA JHD HRD1
Aussie Cosmo: Baywind's Cosmic Dream from Woodlake BN RI TD TKI ASCA TDX


Beth Fabel

beth2112@gmail.com
360-989-4803

Beth, Swiffer, Argos, and Jasper:

Beth Fabel has been training dogs and their humans since 1992. As a rescue volunteer and an animal shelter worker, she learned that issues with behavior were the number one reason for dogs being given up by their owners and wanted to help change that. Beth's educational background as an occupational therapist gives her a unique perspective of the human end of the team that enhances her skills as a trainer. She enjoys helping people learn to communicate with their dogs and enjoy a more fulfilling and interactive relationship with them. She is an expert at finding humor in our lives with dogs.

Beth has trained and titled several varied breeds in obedience and agility and also participates in herding, tracking and K9 Nosework. As an active trainer and competitor in dog sports, she works year round with her own dogs and regularly attends seminars and workshops to exchange ideas and further her education.

Beth teaches the Fundamentals for Performance and Beginner Novice Competition Obedience classes.


Cheree Roberts CPDT-KA, CCC-C1, CCUI

breaktimepc@gmail.com
913-522-7475

Cheree with Django and Klia:

Cheree has always had a deep love for animals. Her career with them includes 15 years at the Kansas City Zoo. While there, she supervised hospital and quarantine personnel, assisted the lead veterinarian in all procedures and hand reared numerous animals across a wide range of native and exotic species.

After moving to Washington in 2008 she began training with Joan Armstrong. She enjoys participating in competition obedience, rally, tracking and nose work with her two German Shepherds. Cheree is a Karen Pryor Puppy Start Right instructor graduate, a certified professional dog trainer (CPDT-KA), a certified instructor for CCC, and a certified Control Unleashed instructor. She continues to expand her knowledge and love of dogs by attending seminars in training and behavior.

Cheree teaches Connection, Cooperation & Control (CCC), Over-Greeters, Puppy K, Companion Dog classes, and reactive dog classes.


Susan Fletcher CPDT

sushfletcher@gmail.com
360-831-3379

Susan began training animals on her own as a child and a young adult. She then apprenticed under a behaviorist and three trainers, and has been training professionally since 1989.

She is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT) and has attended many continuing education seminars on a variety of dog topics. The speakers include: Ian Dunbar, Suzanne Clothier, John Rogerson, Patricia McConnell, Sue Sternberg, Terry Ryan, Roger Abrantes, Denise Fenzi, Shade Whitesel, Sara Carson, Kyra Sundance, and more.

Susan teaches Puppy Kindergarten, Beginning and Intermediate Training, Distractions, Tricks and Games. She also does private training for problem solving and some reactivity. Susan teaches Canine Good Citizen and am a Certified Evaluator for CGC, and is a Trick Dog Evaluator for both the AKC and Do More With Your Dog organizations.

Susan loves all dogs! The breeds she's shared her life with include: Chihuahuas and Chihuahua Mixes, Chinooks, Labradors, Australian Cattle Dog, German Shepherd Dog, Dalmatian, Lhasa Apso, and American Eskimo.


Alison Eberhard

alisoneberhard@gmail.com
360-553-2699

Alison has been training dogs for a very, very long time. She took her first group class when she was only 7 years old, and let's just say that was a few decades ago! Alison loves to learn, she's attended countless classes, seminars, workshops, and camps to increase her education and experience with all things dog related! She currently shares her home with multiple dogs including a Berger Picard, a Pomeranian, and a handful of herding dogs. While herding dogs are her first love, she can't imagine her life without at least one "little". She's also had golden retrievers, many pits and pitty types as well as fostered countless boxer and boxer mixes and many other breeds owned or fostered over the years Alison grew up with Doberman Pinschers. Her mother had the number one obedience doberman in California the year before Alison was born. You could say she was born into a pack of dogs. Alison loves watching dogs and their owners bond as they learn to better communicate with each other.


Kris Sharp CPDT-KA

Ksharpk9training@gmail.com
360-601-0993

Kris Sharp is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer - Knowledge Assessed (CPDT-KA) with extensive experience conducting both private and group classes. Committed to providing the most effective, convenient solutions to her clients' dog training needs, Kris avidly pursues ongoing continuing education and professional development by completing continuing education seminars and keeping current on new training methods. Committed to force-free positive reinforcement methods, Kris has successfully coached a wide variety of behavioral challenges helping clients enjoy their canine companions even more! Kris especially has a keen interest in helping clients with leash reactivity, anxiety and distraction. Kris has had the privilege of sharing her life with many dogs over the years - mostly rescues ranging in size and temperament, as well as cats, birds, fish, lizards and hamsters. Currently 2 sibling Australian Labradoodles reside along side 8 chickens. Spending time exploring the outdoors with the family is how most spare time is spent.

She assists in the behavior classes and offers private lessons.



Many thanks to the amazing Bob Bailey