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Joyce Morgan Go back to top of page.
Joyce Morgan has more than 30 years of experience working with dogs. She has trained and shown many dogs, and has five Obedience Trial Champions (OTCh) to her credit. She also earned the first Utility Dog Excellent title (UDX) in Austin.

While her own dogs are poodles, she has a wealth of experience in dog training with all breeds and sizes of dogs.

Joyce travels all around the country exhibiting her dogs at AKC licensed obedience trials.

Although Joyce has now retired to Lampasas to be with family, our instructors carry on the tradition and have been students of hers for many years.

Joyce Morgan

Dawn Dutelle Go back to top of page.
Dawn Dutelle was eight when she started showing her Collie at fun events. Since then, in addition to Collies, she has  trained Rottweilers, German Shepherds and Labradors. Dawn has titled dogs to CD,CDX and UD levels in obedience.  In addition, she has also titled her dogs in conformation, rally, agility, hunt test and working certificates. She is a member of two dog clubs.

Dawn Dutelle

Jean Good  Go back to top of page.
Jean Good started training for competitive obedience (and met Joyce Morgan) with her standard Manchester terrier, Gazelle. Jean and Gazelle excelled in competition and were invited to compete in the Gaines Regional competition, and placed fourth in the Novice division. Jean continues to train standard Manchester terriers and whippets, and has earned 1 UD, 3 CDXs, and 6 CDs. She has also earned numerous titles in conformation, agility, and lure coursing. In addition to competitive activities with her dogs Jean particularly enjoys her pet therapy work with Delta Pet Partners at the Children's Hospital of Austin. Jean Good
Jean Good

Ann Potter Go back to top of page.
Ann Potter started obedience training a dachshund in 1971. Training and showing dachshunds led to an expanding interest in other hounds, including training and showing whippets and basenjis. The hounds led to an interest in the sporting group, starting with conformation, then back to obedience. A retired obedience dog inspired a beginning in agility, and from there to rally. The dachshunds were a natural for field trials and go to ground trials, and the whippets were in at the beginning of lure coursing. In the sporting group, English cockers led to hunt tests and working tests sponsored by the American Spaniel Club. There have also been a few herding dogs in obedience, agility, rally and herding. Since 1971 Ann's dogs have earned more than 50 titles including conformation and field championships, working test titles, 3 UDs, master agility titles, and more recently titles in rally.  Ann is a graduate of the Karen Pryor Academy Dog Training Program.
Ann Potter
Pam Capelli Go back to top of page.
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Pam Capelli

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