Schylar Postle is a Professional Dog Trainer with over 15 years of training experience. Growing up with a leash in her hand, Schylar started training her first puppy at the age of four under the watchful eye of her father, Jeff Postle, a Training Instructor at The Tom Rose School in St. Louis, Missouri. At the age of eight Schylar trained her second dog to compete in AKC obedience receiving her first CD title with two first place finishes and a third place finish. Not only did Schylar spend her childhood at The Tom Rose School, but from an earlyage she assisted in countless training demonstrations, group classes and assisting owners in training their pets. Before relocating to Richmond to further her training career at Holiday Barn Schylar trained dogs for K9 America in St. Louis, Missouri. In her sparetime Schylar enjoys training her own dog Margo, a Belgian Malinois, in various levels of obedience and dog sports and exploring her new surroundings. She looks forward to working with the Pack at Holiday Barn and helping Richmond area dogs (and their families) live happier, healthier, more balanced lives! Contact Schylar to schedule your dog’s training session.
Jeff Postle has been training dogs professionally for the past 21 years. He has developed and managed professional dog training programs at some of the largest and most respected kennels in the country. In that capacity, he has had the pleasure of training over 3,500 dogs of all breeds and ages! He is dedicated to helping families create a more harmonious relationship with their beloved pets. Even with all of that professional dog training, Jeff has found time to be a national level sport dog exhibitor. He has trained and titled dogs as well as coached dog/handler teams for AKC Obedience, Schutzhund, Narcotic Detection, Frisbee, Guide and Service, Agility and Hunt Tests. When Jeff isn’t training dogs, he enjoys drumming, boxing and bowling. He is the proud owner of an amazing German Shepherd named Ed. Jeff looks forward to working with the Pack at Holiday Barn and helping Richmond area dogs (and their families) live more joyful and more balanced lives!