Jeremy Dulebohn is a master trainer and behaviorist whose career spans more than 26 years. During his career he has been an instructor at a world renowned school for dog trainers, instructed and has worked with dozens of police canine units. Jeremy is currently the Director of Training for 4 Paws for Ability, a service dog agency raising and training service dogs for children and veterans with disabilities. When Jeremy started to work with 4 Paws in 2001, at that time the agency had placed less than 20 dogs. Since Jeremy accepted the role of training director, he has helped grow the agency to where they are today. 4 Paws for Ability has currently placed approximately 1500 service dog teams throughout the world. Jeremy also came up with the idea and created the technique for teaching dogs to pre-alert to seizures, training a dog to recognize seizure and alert the handler before the seizure occurs.
Tyler has always been fascinated by all of the different jobs dogs can be trained for. Tyler started training dogs in high school, and after graduating from Wapakoneta in 2015 has been training dogs full time ever since. No matter what they are being trained for, he is glad to be a part of the process. Whether that means giving them the chance to become better members of the family as pets, or training for them for a more specific job.