Andrew has always had a passion for dogs starting at a young age. After growing up and trying out a number of jobs Andrew decided to look into dog training after being approached in the park while training with his German Shepherd, Charlie. It was at this time that Andrew found Animal Behavior College. While going through school to become a certified trainer Andrew started his first dog training business on the side while working his full time job. After graduating ABC Andrew starting working as a trainer for the largest dog training company in Utah County. While there Andrew was able to advance his skills by attending numerous workshops and seminars. In 2018 Andrew left to start his own training company and formed Utah County Dog Training Club. Andrew is currently studying to become a certified Animal Behavior Consultant through Pet Harmony. Andrew is the owner of three dogs, Charlie and Jasper (German Shepherds) as well as Lola (West Highland Terrier).
Enoch has been a Dog Trainer with Utah County Dog Training since August of 2019. He's currently studying to become a Animal Behavioral Consultant along with the rest of the team. He takes a lot of pride in helping client's dogs to learn and become more confident versions of themselves. He loves seeing the relationships develop between clients and their dogs and secretly cries when dogs go home from our board and train .
Enoch has two dogs, a 6 year old Lab Mutt named Maze-CGC and a 2 year old Shi Tzu Maltese Corgi named Beau. Enoch enjoys pulling sports with his dogs, including Skijoring and Scooter Joring. In his free time he's currently working on teaching Beau how to contain his excitement in public, and working on Maze's AKC Trick Dog titles as well as her AKC Canine Good Citizen Community.
Amy has loved animals for as long as she can remember. As a teen, she trained her cat to come when she called, and even to sit and spin somewhat on command. She later had pet rats. They also knew their names, as well as a few tricks. The trick she was most proud of teaching them was fetch
When she needed a change of career some years back, she recalled how fun it was to train her cat, her rats, and her new puppy, Aedus. She decided to become a dog trainer. That was five years ago.
She was certified through Petco's positive dog training program, and continues to learn more about science based dog training as often as she can.
She has a passion for helping high energy dogs stay in their homes with trick training, enrichment, play, and building positive training for both humans and canines! She has been with Utah County Dog Training Club since the very beginning, and loves to help families see the best in their dogs.
Arie has had a love for dogs since she can remember and it took her a while to find her place in this industry. She has 3 dogs Chief (German Shepherd), Raven (Doberman), and Scout (Foxhound). Arie has lived in Utah her whole life and loves spending time with family and being outdoors.
Arie is an Assistant Dog Trainer and can’t wait to master and expand her knowledge in dog training. She is currently studying to become a certified Animal Behavior Consultant through Pet Harmony and is also enrolled in an apprentice program through Kats Training Tails.
Emily has been a groomer for Utah County dog training club since October 2019. She is immensely skilled and learned the trade from one of the only master groomers in the state. When she is not busy grooming your dogs she is helping to train the board and train dogs. Emily has 2 dogs. A lab mix Maze (6) and a shitzu, Maltese, corgi Beau (2). In Emily's free time she enjoys fishing, camping, disk golf and pretty much anything outdoors!
For more information on grooming for your dog contact Emily on 385-201-6020
Rachel is currently studying English with an emphasis in creative writing at UVU. She has only lived in Utah for a little under a year and previously lived in California. For her, it’s safe to say the different weather took some getting used to, but she definitely loves it here with her family. For as long as she can remember, she has had a love for dogs and, as a child, she wanted to be a veterinarian. Even though she now studies English, her love for animals has never changed. She was always jealous of her friends who had pets and now she gets to take care of so many wonderful dogs.
"I think dogs are truly man’s best friend and deserve all the love we can give them. With their happy and loyal personalities, what’s not to love?"
Rachel is our weekend kennel technician and is responsible for meeting all the needs of your dogs while they rest and relax after a long week of training.