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Jo Meredith

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The Workers: Kruger, Zorba, Yogi & Zulu at 8wks


My first dog was a very spoilt, robust German Shepherd named Kye. At 6 months old, weighing more than I did, he dragged me on my butt down a busy road – a severe case of Gravel Rash was the result!

Once I could move again, I enrolled us into obedience classes at South Island German Shepherd League, (NZ), I loved it!

Sometimes training was hard work, sometimes it was challenging, often it was a rocky road, at times I almost gave up, but, after we found our own Training Mix of fun, games and a little serious training, Kye became a Legend in his own time, gaining so many Trophies, Awards and Obedience Titles that he had his own dedicated room!

That was in 1986, and right there, my journey began.

Kye went on to become only the third dog in New Zealand to be awarded Obedience Grand Champion (1993). He had already gained his Obedience Champion Title (1992), in the record time of 52 days!

I haven’t stopped training dogs and people since!

In 2008 I formalised my Training by becoming a Nationally Certified Canine Behaviour Specialist. In 2010 with the introduction of a fascinating new sport, Dances with Dogs, and after passing an Australian Kennel Club exam, I became one of the Founding Judges for Dances with Dogs.

My goal is to successfully train as many dogs as possible.

It is only when a dog is trained and controlled under any situation that owners become proud of their dog, owners begin to understand and increase their knowledge of their own dog’s development and behaviour, they start to discover the quirky, fun side of their dog’s nature, they begin to be proud of their dog and what they have achieved with their dog via training, they start to take their dog everywhere they go:

and thus; I have enriched one more dog’s life.

Kye 1986-1996. RIP My Friend and Thank you