About Triune Canine Training

Triune Canine Training

Training, instructing and coaching the competitive agility dog and their handler.

Team John and Jaeger Triune Canine Training

Team John and Jäeger will be representing the United States at the 2017 European Open.” I liken my goal setting to that of me climbing a ladder, at the top, the ultimate goal. Each rung of the ladder is a smaller goal, one that helps me climb to the next rung, getting you closer to the top and that ultimate goal.” – John R.

At Triune Canine Training, we believe that agility is a team sport.  Dog agility trainer Joan Meyer has coached over 100 teams to their agility championships.  Working as teams and using goal setting techniques, Triune Teams have qualified for and placed at the AKC Agility Invitational and AKC National Agility Championships.  In summer 2017, a Triune Team will represent the United States at the European Agility Open.

Team Nanuk Triune Canine Training

Team Rusty and Nanuk took 4th place in the 24-inch class at the 2016 AKC Invitational. “I am truly honored to call Nanuk my teammate. Normally you will not see too many Siberian Huskies doing agility but this one is very talented and gifted. In 2016, our team achieved every goal that was set for the year – Earning his 1st MACH, qualifying for 2017 Nationals, and qualifying for 2016 AKC Invitationals and placing 4th in the 24 in class. Thank you, Joan Meyer, for all of your coaching, guidance, belief, and confidence in this team. We would have not excelled at this level without the knowledge and handling skills you have taught us”. – Rusty B.

Like all of our students, these impressive teams all started out as a separate human and a separate dog without agility experience. Our first and primary goal at Triune Canine Training is teaching the human and dog to work together to become the best team possible. Coach Joan Meyer uses positive agility training techniques to achieve this goal. Her approach takes into account the abilities and strengths of both the human and dog and creates an environment and program to help them reach their agility dreams.  This is done in an open, relaxed, and fun environment. There is no goal too big or too small for Triune Canine Training.

Team Chris and Porter placed 2nd in the 20-inch class at the 2016 AKC Invitational. “Ever since I started training and showing Porter, Joan has been our biggest fan and mentor. In December 2016, Porter and I had the weekend of a lifetime at the Invitational in Orlando. This would never have happened without Joan and her positive attitude and encouragement. Joan provided us with the skills and mind set to succeed, but most importantly, Joan believed in us as a team and helped me realize that anything is possible. Thank you, Joan, for helping us reach our goals! Believe. Achieve.” – Chris B.

When you choose to train with Triune Canine Training, you become part of the Triune community. Our agility teams cheer each other on in class.  You’ll find them ringside for your first run and your hundredth run.  They are a source of encouragement, support, and fun as you and your dog become a team and work towards your agility goals.

Team Visa Triune Canine Training

Team Angela and Visa won the 12-inch class at the 2015 AKC Invitational. “I am so blessed to have such a special teammate as Visa. To run with her by my side is such joy. Thank you, Joan Meyer, for all your coaching, your guidance, your belief in “us.”   We wouldn’t be where we are without you. We are the team we are because of you”. – Angela E.

Triune Canine Training offers dog training classes and private lessons for all levels at two locations in the St. Louis, Missouri and Southwest Illinois area.

Wentzville, Missouri   Glen Carbon, IL 
Westinn Kennels     The Sports Academy
1522 Swantnerville Drive 101 Glenwest Drive
Wentzville, Missouri 63385 Glen Carbon, IL 62034

To become a Triune Team, please view our agility classes page for our calendar, registration form, and class descriptions. We can be reached at triunecanine@gmail.com  or by calling 785-865-6670.  Hours:  Monday – Thursday, 8 am – 8 pm.

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