About Us

Dream Dogs Training Center is a 17,000 square foot state of the art dog training facility. Our space was designed to accommodate dog sport events in addition to a full time training facility for all levels from first time pet owners to professional dog handlers. We will be in operation 7 days a week from 7am until 8pm depending on class and competition event scheduling. Our team of instructors will encompass decades of experience who will pass along that knowledge to our students. In addition, upon completion we will have 13 RV parking spaces with electric hookups to accommodate competitors at our facility for multiple day events. We also have an area for Canine Wellness which will be rented out to a local DVM for acupuncture and chiropractic for dogs and also a nationally known and gifted animal healer. As we grow, we will continue to offer new and exciting classes and events for our students and competitors. Most importantly, we wish to create a welcoming and friendly environment for everyone and make it as affordable as possible, especially for beginners. The benefits will last them a lifetime.

Our Mission

To build and strengthen the bond between dogs, their families, and the community.

Our Inspiration

Kirby Jumping through a hoop

“In 2011 I got a puppy and named him Kirby. I wanted to teach him how to be well behaved, well mannered, and perhaps know a few tricks too. I searched for a trainer and found a local person who taught us the basics. We enjoyed it so much we decided to try a beginner’s agility class and it was so much fun for us both we were hooked. We met new people, made new friends, and we had fun! In 2014 I attended the first Westminster Masters Agility Championship and decided to enter a ‘trial’ soon after that. Eventually we began to travel for these agility trials nearly every weekend to Connecticut, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, even Georgia. We soon discovered other “Companion Sports” including Barn Hunt, Obedience, Rally, Dock Diving, Scent Work, and Lure Coursing but we had nowhere to train for these events. After several years of traveling 2+ hours for class each week, and spending many nights in hotels away from home I wanted a place to train and compete locally. Over the last few years Kirby and I were a very successful agility team and I dreamed of building a facility much like the places we traveled all over for. Sadly, I lost Kirby to Cancer in 2020 at the age of 8 as we began to plan this very training center where we hoped to compete in someday. Although not everyone will reach the level of competition as Kirby, we want to provide that opportunity for anyone with a dog. Agility may not be for everyone, but the love and connection with your dog is a very strong thing and we will offer every level of training for anyone who wants to build that love and have their “Dream Dog” be it through agility or simply learning how to ‘sit/stay’. “ – Andi Turco-Levin

About Andi

Andi Turco-Levin (Owner/Developer) Andi has been training dogs in one way or another for as long as she can remember. In 2011 she began a beginners agility course after already completing all the other puppy classes that were available at the time. Eventually agility became a passion. She and her Westie Kirby went on to be a successful team including being a finalist at the Westminster Masters Agility Championship in 2018 and having the #1 AKC Agilty Westie for 3 years in a row. She now competes with her other dogs (also earning a Championship) in agility as well as having many titles in other Canine Companion Sports.

Andi and Kirby (White dog)

Safety Measures and Protocols

  • Dogs must be on leash at all times unless in the training/competition ring.
  • All dogs must be up to date on all vaccinations.
  • Aggressive dogs (and their owners) will be asked to leave.
  • Clean up after your dog – There will be numerous dog waste stations throughout the property.
  • No E-Collars/Shock collars allowed.
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Owners and their dogs will be encouraged to stay on the property while walking. There will be plentiful trails and places to safely walk dogs on premises.

The Dream Dogs Training Center’s journey in photos: