"He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love,
his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion."
College opened in 2008. We offer classes in Basic and advanced obedience, competitive obedience, handling, Rally (novice,
advanced, excellent)*, and Agility* (* Seasonal classes).
Private lessons are available
for an additional charge. Classes are held year round. In the fall and winter months we hold classes inside, and in the spring
and summer months we hold classes outside in our 120'x120' fenced in area. Classes are kept small so that you get that one
on one feel and are set up for your success. If
you are interested in attending any classes that we have to offer, please feel free to call the store at 585-589-5004, or
and send it in with a $30 class deposit for the date you choose. New classes
are forming weekly! If you would like something we are currently not offering, please feel free to request it and we
will do our best to accommodate you!!
Lindsay has been training classes at the Olde Dogge Inn for four
years. She is accredited through Penn Foster Career Schools for dog obedience. She has been involved with the Orleans County
4-H Heelers Dog club for eight years, and the leader of the beginners class for two years. She owns Standard Longhaired Dachshunds,
Bluetick Coonhounds, a Lab mix, and a Pit bull. Lindsay competes in various events with her dogs including Rally-obedience,
all breed conformation shows with AKC and UKC and many coonhound events with UKC. She also competes in rabbit field trials,
earthdog events and competition/pleasure hunts with the Coonhounds.
Lindsay teaches basic and advanced obedience,
rally-obedience classes and agility. She has experience working with all types of breeds, and multi-dog households. She has
also done some handling classes as well. She makes the classes fun and interesting, and gives you the courage to be the "pack
leader" at home. Call her at 585-590-0838 for more information! Email- firstname.lastname@example.org
Kendell Jones :
has four of her own dogs and works mostly with her Belgian Malinois, Gadda, a daughter of Nierlender’s Endor
(one of the top working Malinois in the Netherlands). Gadda is currently ranked #1 in the International Weight Pull Association’s
Region 5 sixty pound class; pulling over 63 times her body weight – 3,400lbs! Kendell also has three pit bulls
and loves to work with bull breeds to improve the community's perception of these breeds.
has taught obedience (beginner, puppy, CGC, STAR and Young Dog Foundations) and Beginner and Beginner II agility classes,
as well as Skills classes. Kendell has taken many classes in both obedience, rally, flyball and agility and
has shown dogs in many venues, including AKC, IWPA, ATTS and TDI. Kendell is
an AKC Canine Good Citizen evaluator and has done many CGC tests for rescues, seminars and classes. She is trained extensively
in obedience and agility as well as weight pull, flyball, disc and protecti0n sports.
experience includes raising puppies for police departments and government agencies. She has a strong interest in canine
health and nutrition, and has worked extensively on physical therapy for the injured canine. Kendell is a strong proponent
for working safely to avoid injury while training and has a strong background in learning theory and canine nutrition.
Received her certificate as a dog
obedience trainer and instructor in 2008. She has trained several different breeds of dogs. She has experience working with
behavioral issues as well as all other aspects of training. Jackie also competes in obedience, rally, and conformation
at AKC and UKC shows. She has put several titles on her dogs and those she handles for others.