International Trick Dog Competition Hall of Fame
International Trick Dog Champions 2022
Susan Brogan and Carmine
and Carmine's paintings: https://www.facebook.com/ArtByCarmine
Susan and Carmine are an exceptional multi-talented team.
They are competing in Rally obedience and Tricks with multiple trick titles. Susan and Carmine also do therapy work and perform in nursing and residential homes to bring smiles and positivity. In addition to that they have fun with agility, freestyle dog dancing etc.
Susan is a professional dog trainer who is also involved in judging freestyle, certified AKC CGC evaluator/trick dog instructor, stunt Dog judge, and animal Actor evaluator for DMWYD.
Susan says: "Trick training is something I encourage everyone to try with their dog. It has so many benefits! Trick training can be a no pressure activity that allows you and your dog to learn about each other, have fun, and improve your partnership and confidence!
You can watch interview with Susan here
International Trick Dog Champions 2021
Emily Anderson and Leo
@TrickSpaniel on Instagram
https://www.facebook.com/emily.anderson.56481 on Facebook
Emily and Leo are one of the most talented Trick Dog teams in the world. They regularly appear on TV, live Trick shows and displays, newspapers across the world and variety of "the most talented dog" programmes and shows. They also continuously innovate and came up with totally new and creative ideas for tricks, particularly using props.
Emily has been training dogs for 20 years and enjoy agility, flyball, scentwork and hoopers. Her biggest passion is trick training! She particularly enjoys working with anxious dogs and their owners and gets a lot of pleasure from watching their confidence grow!
Following the competition we partnered with Emily to bring you some of their best tricks in the form of training Masterclasses- see the the Shop
International Trick Dog Champions 2020
Chrissy Joy and Beasley
@TheJoyCrew on Instagram
https://www.facebook.com/thechrissyjoy on Facebook
Chrissy and Beasley is a very special team! They produced some of the most creative entries in the International Trick Dog competition. They also used the opportunity to unite and uplift the spirit of their whole town in the fight against COVID- showcasing the real heroes of today. Together the team also raised money to support a good cause creatively using the competition challenges. Their team is a true example of partnership build on love, respect and true bond.
Beasley is a rescue dog but this did not stop the team to win the tough International Trick Dog Competition and inspire many others.
They found the experience of taking part in the ITDC supercharging and transformational.
International Trick Dog Champions 2019
Jenisa Myers and Jedi
@BlazingBorderCollies on Instagram
Jedi and Jenisa inspired many to really get into
trick dog training.
They are also exceptional in many other dog sports
Their enthusiasm, work ethics, precision, bond and
professionalism are truly outstanding.
Jedi won the highly competitive
International Trick Dog Competition despite being deaf.
Every dog has a talent and the potential to be great.
If your dog has disabilities, tough past before you rescued it-
don’t let it stop you!
Believe in yourself and your dog and
you can achieve anything- together!