MEET OUR TEAM

 
  Kelsey Gallegos   Kelsey Gallegos started training 8 years ago when she volunteered at the Humane Society of Utah training shelter dogs with positive reinforcement to help them find their forever homes. She is an advocate for responsible breeding, and rescue organizations.  Kelsey came to Calling All Dogs after rescuing her "foster failure" Lady, and signing her up for a group training class. Kelsey has taken multiple classes from CATCH Canine Trainers Academy, Fenzi Dog Sport Academy and continues to take classes furthering her education in positive reinforcement training. She has two dogs, Lady and Belle, who have helped her further her education and inspire her to try new classes, and teach new behaviors all the time! Kelsey teaches many classes at Calling All Dogs including puppy and adult classes, advanced classes, as well as our Puppy Camp. In addition she has worked with dogs of different age, size, breed, and temperament using positive reinforcement training.  

Kelsey Gallegos

Kelsey Gallegos started training 8 years ago when she volunteered at the Humane Society of Utah training shelter dogs with positive reinforcement to help them find their forever homes. She is an advocate for responsible breeding, and rescue organizations.

Kelsey came to Calling All Dogs after rescuing her "foster failure" Lady, and signing her up for a group training class. Kelsey has taken multiple classes from CATCH Canine Trainers Academy, Fenzi Dog Sport Academy and continues to take classes furthering her education in positive reinforcement training. She has two dogs, Lady and Belle, who have helped her further her education and inspire her to try new classes, and teach new behaviors all the time! Kelsey teaches many classes at Calling All Dogs including puppy and adult classes, advanced classes, as well as our Puppy Camp. In addition she has worked with dogs of different age, size, breed, and temperament using positive reinforcement training.  

  Tori Lowry   Tori Lowry CAP1, has been back with Calling All Dogs since 2016. She originally fell in love with positive reinforcement training 15 years ago when she took her oldest fur baby through training and helped her earned her CGC. She recently finished studies at CATCH Canine Trainers Academy, and has loved getting started teaching her own classes! Tori has 3 dogs at home and has a passion for adopting special needs puppies. Her favorite classes are Puppy Prep and Clicks and Tricks!

Tori Lowry

Tori Lowry CAP1, has been back with Calling All Dogs since 2016. She originally fell in love with positive reinforcement training 15 years ago when she took her oldest fur baby through training and helped her earned her CGC. She recently finished studies at CATCH Canine Trainers Academy, and has loved getting started teaching her own classes! Tori has 3 dogs at home and has a passion for adopting special needs puppies. Her favorite classes are Puppy Prep and Clicks and Tricks!

  Pam Strickland   Pam has been training dogs and their owners along the Wasatch Front since 2004 and has been a part of the Calling All Dogs team since 2011. She is an approved evaluator for the AKC for Canine Good Citizen and the S.T.A.R. Puppy program. Pam has worked with all different age ranges and breeds in capacities such as puppy training, adult dog basic training, advanced obedience, tricks, Rally-O, therapy dog preparation, private training, and more. She has trained for competition with her own dogs in Rally-O, Agility, Canine Freestyle, Flyball, and Dock Diving. She also spent several years visiting hospitals with her therapy dog, Nick. Pam has two Coonhounds at home and has volunteered with various pointer and coonhound rescue groups. Pam has a degree in Biology and is currently pursuing an additional degree in Zoology.

Pam Strickland

Pam has been training dogs and their owners along the Wasatch Front since 2004 and has been a part of the Calling All Dogs team since 2011. She is an approved evaluator for the AKC for Canine Good Citizen and the S.T.A.R. Puppy program. Pam has worked with all different age ranges and breeds in capacities such as puppy training, adult dog basic training, advanced obedience, tricks, Rally-O, therapy dog preparation, private training, and more. She has trained for competition with her own dogs in Rally-O, Agility, Canine Freestyle, Flyball, and Dock Diving. She also spent several years visiting hospitals with her therapy dog, Nick. Pam has two Coonhounds at home and has volunteered with various pointer and coonhound rescue groups. Pam has a degree in Biology and is currently pursuing an additional degree in Zoology.

 
  Nikki Roberts   Nikki Roberts, CAP1,  AKC-CGC comes to Calling All Dogs with over ten years experience helping dogs and their families across the Wasatch Front. She is a member of the Bernese Mountain Dog Club of America and is actively involved in BMD Rescue. Her favorite activity with her Berners is Drafting (carting), and she has competed and volunteered at various draft tests throughout the country. Nikki has also participated in Rally Obedience, Freestyle, Agility, and Conformation. Nikki teaches anything from our puppy to advanced classes as well as our Rally class.  Nikki is a CAP1 Certified Trainer and an approved Canine Good Citizen/S.T.A.R. Puppy evaluator for the AKC. She enjoys continuing her education by attending seminars and expos such as Clicker Expo, Leslie McDevitt’s Control Unleashed workshop, a Temple Grandin seminar, and many more.

Nikki Roberts

Nikki Roberts, CAP1,  AKC-CGC comes to Calling All Dogs with over ten years experience helping dogs and their families across the Wasatch Front. She is a member of the Bernese Mountain Dog Club of America and is actively involved in BMD Rescue. Her favorite activity with her Berners is Drafting (carting), and she has competed and volunteered at various draft tests throughout the country. Nikki has also participated in Rally Obedience, Freestyle, Agility, and Conformation. Nikki teaches anything from our puppy to advanced classes as well as our Rally class.

Nikki is a CAP1 Certified Trainer and an approved Canine Good Citizen/S.T.A.R. Puppy evaluator for the AKC. She enjoys continuing her education by attending seminars and expos such as Clicker Expo, Leslie McDevitt’s Control Unleashed workshop, a Temple Grandin seminar, and many more.

  Sammy Kooreman   Sammy Kooreman began her work in training 7 years ago when she was a volunteer trainer with a rescue organization that pulled dogs from shelters and provided basic training for them to eventually become be service animals.  She quickly became a staff member with the rescue group and thus began her 5 year whirlwind of rescue work. She assisted with dog and cat evaluations, coordinated volunteers and designed protocol to help dogs transition from stressful shelter life to life in loving homes. She joined Calling All Dogs in 2014 to approach the problem of homeless pets from a different angle. She enjoys helping dog owners build a strong  training foundation to strengthen the dog-human bond and keep our beloved canine friends in their homes.  Sammy has two mixed breed dogs that came from two of the rescues she worked with previously. There isn't a class she doesn't enjoy! She really loves doing K9 Nosework with her Lab mix Duke.

Sammy Kooreman

Sammy Kooreman began her work in training 7 years ago when she was a volunteer trainer with a rescue organization that pulled dogs from shelters and provided basic training for them to eventually become be service animals.  She quickly became a staff member with the rescue group and thus began her 5 year whirlwind of rescue work. She assisted with dog and cat evaluations, coordinated volunteers and designed protocol to help dogs transition from stressful shelter life to life in loving homes. She joined Calling All Dogs in 2014 to approach the problem of homeless pets from a different angle. She enjoys helping dog owners build a strong  training foundation to strengthen the dog-human bond and keep our beloved canine friends in their homes.

Sammy has two mixed breed dogs that came from two of the rescues she worked with previously. There isn't a class she doesn't enjoy! She really loves doing K9 Nosework with her Lab mix Duke.

  Katie Robertson   Katie Robertson, CAP1, ATDI, AKC-CGC, PPG Member started positive reinforcement training in 2009 and was hooked on how using Positive Reinforcement teaches dogs to think and problem solve.  Her focus is on building behavior through connection and relationship between families and their dogs. She knows from personal experience what it's like to live with and help a fearful, reactive dog and uses that experience to help others who live with troubled pups. Katie especially enjoys teaching tricks and agility to help build confidence and overall health in dogs.    She has taken many classes at Calling All Dogs, Fenzi Dog Sports Academy, attended Clicker-Expo and continues to study the methods of positive trainers around the world. She is a member of Pet Professional Guild, an approved evaluator for the AKC Canine Good Citizen and the S.T.A.R. Puppy programs and an Associate Trick Dog Instructor. Katie teaches many classes including puppy and adult dog, advanced classes, as well as our Confident Canine, Agility and Calling All Therapy Dogs classes.  Katie is passionate about responsible breeding and rescue. She has experience in dog boarding, rescue and organizing a support group to help people get out and exercise with their dogs.

Katie Robertson

Katie Robertson, CAP1, ATDI, AKC-CGC, PPG Member started positive reinforcement training in 2009 and was hooked on how using Positive Reinforcement teaches dogs to think and problem solve.

Her focus is on building behavior through connection and relationship between families and their dogs. She knows from personal experience what it's like to live with and help a fearful, reactive dog and uses that experience to help others who live with troubled pups. Katie especially enjoys teaching tricks and agility to help build confidence and overall health in dogs.  

She has taken many classes at Calling All Dogs, Fenzi Dog Sports Academy, attended Clicker-Expo and continues to study the methods of positive trainers around the world. She is a member of Pet Professional Guild, an approved evaluator for the AKC Canine Good Citizen and the S.T.A.R. Puppy programs and an Associate Trick Dog Instructor. Katie teaches many classes including puppy and adult dog, advanced classes, as well as our Confident Canine, Agility and Calling All Therapy Dogs classes.

Katie is passionate about responsible breeding and rescue. She has experience in dog boarding, rescue and organizing a support group to help people get out and exercise with their dogs.

 
  Brooke Peciukas   Brooke Peciukas, CAP 1, CAP2, came to Calling All Dogs with her rescue puppy Koda. She took all three levels of puppy classes and loved it so much that she asked if we were hiring. Since then she has completely switched careers. Brooke has been assisting in classes since 2011, co-teaching and teaching since 2014, as well as running our Puppy Camp. She has taken CAP1, CAP2 and is currently working on graduating from The Academy for Dog Trainers. Brooke teaches our puppy classes, Basic Manners and K9 NoseWork classes.

Brooke Peciukas

Brooke Peciukas, CAP 1, CAP2, came to Calling All Dogs with her rescue puppy Koda. She took all three levels of puppy classes and loved it so much that she asked if we were hiring. Since then she has completely switched careers. Brooke has been assisting in classes since 2011, co-teaching and teaching since 2014, as well as running our Puppy Camp. She has taken CAP1, CAP2 and is currently working on graduating from The Academy for Dog Trainers. Brooke teaches our puppy classes, Basic Manners and K9 NoseWork classes.

  Bianca Radojevic   Bianca Radojevic began working at Calling All Dogs in 2013. Although owning dogs all her life, she was exposed to more in-depth animal learning and behavior in Honolulu, 2007. She worked for the Hawaiian Humane Society where she was able assess dog's temperaments and use positive reinforcement training to increase adopt-ability for the shelter animals. While in Hawaii, she had the opportunity to take an animal learning class at the University of Hawaii-Manoa. She intends to further her education through the Cambridge Ethology Institute.

Bianca Radojevic

Bianca Radojevic began working at Calling All Dogs in 2013. Although owning dogs all her life, she was exposed to more in-depth animal learning and behavior in Honolulu, 2007. She worked for the Hawaiian Humane Society where she was able assess dog's temperaments and use positive reinforcement training to increase adopt-ability for the shelter animals. While in Hawaii, she had the opportunity to take an animal learning class at the University of Hawaii-Manoa. She intends to further her education through the Cambridge Ethology Institute.

  Leslie Jensen   Leslie Jensen discovered positive reinforcement training in 2011 when she and her boxer, Brooks, enrolled in Calling All Dogs’ Feisty Fido class. The handling techniques she learned in class gave her the ability and confidence to begin taking Brooks on long daily walks, an activity that they both enjoyed throughout the rest of his life. Since then, Leslie has taken almost every class offered at Calling All Dogs with her two rescue dogs, Molly and Wyatt. In 2016, Leslie helped Wyatt earn his Novice Trick Dog title, and, later that year, she joined the staff at Calling All Dogs, working in retail and as a trainer assistant.  Leslie loves dogs but is even more passionate about helping handlers develop a strong relational bond with their dogs through positive reinforcement training.  Leslie appreciates the variety of classes offered at Calling All Dogs. Among her current favorites are the Clicks and Tricks class, which helps dogs develop thinking and problem-solving skills, and the Beginning Agility class, which helps dogs develop confidence in a playful setting. Her favorite store products are exercise pens, Kong Wobblers, and cow ears.

Leslie Jensen

Leslie Jensen discovered positive reinforcement training in 2011 when she and her boxer, Brooks, enrolled in Calling All Dogs’ Feisty Fido class. The handling techniques she learned in class gave her the ability and confidence to begin taking Brooks on long daily walks, an activity that they both enjoyed throughout the rest of his life. Since then, Leslie has taken almost every class offered at Calling All Dogs with her two rescue dogs, Molly and Wyatt. In 2016, Leslie helped Wyatt earn his Novice Trick Dog title, and, later that year, she joined the staff at Calling All Dogs, working in retail and as a trainer assistant.

Leslie loves dogs but is even more passionate about helping handlers develop a strong relational bond with their dogs through positive reinforcement training.

Leslie appreciates the variety of classes offered at Calling All Dogs. Among her current favorites are the Clicks and Tricks class, which helps dogs develop thinking and problem-solving skills, and the Beginning Agility class, which helps dogs develop confidence in a playful setting. Her favorite store products are exercise pens, Kong Wobblers, and cow ears.