Jeanne T. Hampl R.N. is a registered nurse by profession and a dog trainer by avocation. She was the Executive Director of the Prison Pet Partnership Program at the Washington Correction Center for Women from 1994 to 1998. She served on the Program’s Board of Directors from 1991 to 1994 and 1998 to 1999. Under her guidance a new kennel and Service Dog training center was constructed on the prison grounds. Jeanne has trained dogs and instructed clients for the past twenty years. She teaches private obedience classes as well as assisting person with disabilities to train their own service dog. She has also served on Delta Society’s Service Dog Education System’s curriculum committee as well as sharing a place on a Pet Partner team with her golden retriever, Blaze. Jeanne is the co-founder and past president of The Assistance Dog Club of Puget Sound. She is a member of NADOI and serves as the chair of the Committee on disabilities. Jeanne shares her home in Gig harbor, Washington with husband Peter, golden retriever, Luke, and two cats, Cleo and Lily.
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