Jeannine Gomiela spent nearly 23 years as a paramedic in New York, first working as a paramedic in New York City, and then spending 12 years as an Assistant Professor in the Paramedic Program at Jefferson Community College upstate. She has a Masters degree in Emergency and Disaster Management (something she says comes in handy as the owner of trouble-prone Jack Russell Terriers!), and is a former lifeguard and water safety instructor.
Jeannine is active in agility, barn hunt, tricks training and canine water sports. She teaches a Pet Frist Aid and Disaster Response certification course through the Emergency Care and Safety Institute, which teaches pet owners how to care for their pets before, during and after an emergency, including the ever-important Canine CPR.
She currently lives in Florida and works as a professional dog trainer, specializing in puppy classes and tricks classes. She is also an AKC Canine Good Citizen evaluator. When she’s not wsaving lives, she loves to spend time with her dog Mya. While she loves teaching all kinds of classes, she has a special fondness for beginner agility, tricks and terriers.