About Us

 

In 2010 Wendy had the opportunity to purchase an existing Training School business located on New Holland Ave in Lancaster, and in 2016 we moved to our current facility at 440 Stoney Lane, Lancaster For many years Wendy has brought quality training classes and daycare services to dog owners in Lancaster County. Our facility is climate controlled and offers a full sized obedience ring with rubber flooring for comfort and safety.

 

Wendy has maintained the quality of service, training, and compassion for dogs and their owners while at the same time moving the operations at the facility to a new level of professionalism, customer orientation, and soon an innovative new Dog Daycare program.

 

 

Our Staff

 

All instructors at Dog Sense are required to have

  • a minimum of five years experience in their chosen area of training,
  • prove their success by achieving titles, awards, and other achievements in training,
  • and have at least a year as an assistant/ apprentice prior to teaching classes.

 

Dog Sense Instructors are among the most experienced and successful instructors in Lancaster County!

 

For Biographies on Wendy, and other trainers and staff at Dog Sense read on!

 

Wendy Jordan click photo to enlarge

Wendy Jordan


Wendy Jordan began training dogs in 1976 and has been teaching people how to train their dogs since 1991. Through the years she has studied and trained with a variety of instructors and learned various methods used to teach dogs. Two of her main mentors in the care, training, and handling of dogs were Kaye Ames and Tony Moscato.

 

Wendy's training methods result in reliable, happy, confident dogs and owners!

 

More about Wendy

 

 

Wendy began as an assistant instructor with Kaye Ames in 1991 and eventually was hired by Kaye as a full-time trainer/instructor and behavior counselor as well as Dog Daycare manager for Kaye Ames Canine Behavioral Center.

 

After the birth of her first child, training became a part-time job and motherhood a full-time job. During those years she continued teaching obedience classes and behavioral sessions on a part-time basis as well as joining up on the show circuit with professional handler Tony Moscato who taught her the in's and out's of the dog show game.

 

In 2000 Wendy, along with two other partners, opened Lancaster County's largest indoor dog training school offering pet classes, competition classes, behavior counseling, doggy daycare, and a variety of other dog related activities and events.

 

Four years later, Wendy took a temporary leave of absence from the dog world but she didn't stay out of the scene for long. Around 2006 Wendy again teamed up with Kaye Ames as an associate instructor at Kaye Ames School for Dogs. In 2009, Wendy was given the opportunity to acquire the business and Dog Sense Learning Center began.

 

Through the years, Wendy has worked with and trained a variety of dogs from mixed breeds, to Doberman Pinschers, Border Collies,and Shetland Sheepdogs, and many others.

 

She has put championships on several Border Collies and Doberman Pinschers. In cooperation with Tony, she helped guide a Bernese Mt Dog to a top ten ranking. She also had the pleasure of putting a CD on one of the top German Wire haired Pointers.

 

Her students have exceeded her achievements, gaining many titles from conformation through Utility with breeds such as Labradors, Golden Retrievers, Rottweilers, Bernese Mt Dogs, German Shepherd Dogs, Springer Spaniels, Irish Wolfhounds, Doberman Pinschers, Dachshunds, Shetland Sheepdogs, etc.

 

She is also well known for her success with problem dogs. One such dog, Cleo,was scared to death of life and people. She was taken in by Wendy and successfully trained and shown in conformation and obedience just a few short years later.

 

Wendy has also helped train several instructors who have gone on to become successful trainers themselves.

 

 

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