Brian began doing helper work in 1980, and worked his first trial that same year. Since then he has been chosen as helper for five national and five regional championships, and has worked over 100 other USCA club trials and breed specific events.
Brian is currently a National Level Helper with an excellent rating with the United Schutzhund Clubs of America. He has personally coached five different helpers who have gone on to work national events as well as one world championship.
He is the training director of Der Michigan Schutzhund Verein, and over the course of his 30-plus years in the industry, has trained, bred, and sold sport, police, executive protection and family protection dogs.
“I feel that at age 50, I am one of the most experienced training helpers out there that is still physically capable of performing at a high level.”
John is a helper, competitor and professional trainer of over 13 years experience. He is the founder and training director of Metro-Detroit Schutzhund & Police K9s and is currently employed as a consultant for several law enforcement agencies in Michigan and Ontario.
He is a certified national level trial helper with the United Schutzhund Clubs of America and has been selected as trial helper at seven national championships and five regional championship events.
John is also a successful competitor in IPO with recent appearances and top ten finishes at the national championship level.
Waine, the founder of Sweetcorn Kennels, is a professional trainer and DVG national level helper with a passion for the working dog.
To date, Waine has been selected in seven national championships (DVG Nationals twice, UDC Nationals, WRSF Nationals, USRC Nationals breed survey, Boxer Nationals) as well as seven regional DVG and USCA events and over 40 club trials.
“I pride myself in being safe, fair and consistent.”