Jenn Schreiner, ABCDT, APDT
Jenn Schreiner is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts with a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology and Women’s Studies. She was on Dean’s List and upon graduation was awarded the University’s Student Leadership Award for her work with campus and local women through the Everywoman’s Center.
Alongside her studies into human nature Jenn has always maintained a personal study of canine and feline behavior. It came naturally to apply what she knew about how humans learn to how dogs learn. In 2008 she began formalized study to obtain a certification as a professional dog trainer. In October of 2009 she completed a year long professional dog training program and graduated with honors from Animal Behavior College. She has mentored with both Caryl-Rose Pofcher of My Dog, LLC in Amherst and Alison Smith of Paradox Kennels & The Grinning Dog in Westhampton. Jenn is a member of The Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT) and an approved AKC Canine Good Citizen (CGC) evaluator.
Jenn likes to take a holistic approach to dog training and has completed seminars in Tellington Touch with Sally Morgan; Teaching the Reactive Dog with Emma Parsons; and Animal Communication with Dawn Allen.
Jenn lives in Northampton with her husband, cat and two rescue dogs, both Basenjis.